Chris Foreman (Ph.D. Computer Science and Engineering, University of Louisville, 2008) is a Senior Member of IEEE, the Power and Energy Society, and holds both B.S. (1990) and M.Eng. (1996) degrees in Electrical Engineering, also from the University of Louisville. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology at Purdue University. He teaches and performs research in renewable energy systems, smart power grids, industrial control systems, and cyber-security. He has over 15 years of power industry experience with companies such as Westinghouse Process Control Division (now Emerson Process Management), Cinergy (now Duke Energy), and Alcoa Inc.
Karina Halim is a senior undergraduate student majoring in chemical engineering at Purdue University. She is set to graduate on December 2014 with a minor in management. She likes to learn about energy and environment, in terms of future challenges. She has done some energy and environment related research during her college life with faculties in technology department. The most recent research is on coal and nuclear energy with Professor Raji Sundararajan of Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology department.
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