Dr. Peter Fuhr

Oakridge National Laboratory
Distinguished Scientist, Director - Grid Security

Dr. Peter Fuhr has been involved in industrial wireless, sensors, systems, cybersecurity as a NASA space optical engineer, university professor, serial entrepreneur and currently as a Distinguished Scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). His pioneering work in networked sensing systems for structures earned him the Presidential Award for Research. Peter has authored and delivered hundreds of journal papers and technical presentations/publications. Dr. Fuhr is the Director, Grid Security and the Technology Director for the Unmanned Aerial Systems Research Center at ORNL. In addition, Peter is a Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Tennessee.

Sessions

May 8, 2019

11:30  -  12:30

704: Correlational Analysis of Deployed Frequency Variation Sensors

A number of cyberaware sensors have been designed, developed and deployed around the nation’s electric grid. These simple, inexpensive IoT sensors submit their time- and geo-location stamped frequency, voltage, and phase readings to a cybersecure cloud repository. Authorized users – with crypto-locked “viewers” – may access the data repository for immediate viewing and/or analysis of … Continued

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