University of Pittsburgh

Computational Network Intelligence

Senior Research Scientist
Friday, September 22, 2017 - 12:30pm - 1:30pm

Computational Network Intelligence aims to discover emerging principles and mechanisms in evolving behaviors and dynamics of interconnected human, machine, physical and social ecosystems. HRL’s Center for Computational Network Intelligence (CCNI) is developing technologies and customized solutions for diverse application domains, including advanced vehicle health, intelligent sensing, and event forecast. In this talk, Dr. Lu will provide an overview of HRL’s CCNI research activities and discuss open challenges.

Bio: Dr. Tsai-Ching Lu received his Ph.D. degree in the Intelligent Systems Program from the University of Pittsburgh. He is a Senior Research Scientist in the Information and Systems Science Lab at HRL Laboratories (formerly Hughes Research Laboratories), Malibu, CA. Dr. Lu leads HRL’s Center for Computational Network Intelligence (CCNI) in developing predictive and prescriptive analytics for secure and critical systems. Dr. Lu has actively led and managed several IR&D (HRL, General Motors, Boeing), DoD (Army, DARPA), and IC (IARPA, NGA, DHS) research projects. Dr. Lu has published more than 60 peer-reviewed publications, 20 issued US patents, and 10 patent application pending.

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