Joshua Murillo researches cybersecure sensor networks

February 2, 2021

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Above: Joshua Murillo

Joshua Murillo is a junior at the University of New Mexico studying global and national security and a 2021 TRB Minority Student Fellow. Joshua conducts this research in the Smart Management of Infrastructure Laboratory with other cadets and undergraduates in multidisciplinary research, led by Dr. Moreu of the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering, Co-PI of TRANSET. Joshua is currently working on developing cybersecure sensor networks for critical infrastructure, as part of a nationwide STEM initiative of the Office of Naval Research supporting undergraduate new research of high impact in the area of critical aspects of cybersecurity. Joshua is dedicated with his fellow SMILab researchers to have a safer infrastructure and he is preparing the next generation of low-cost sensors, and presenting this work in TRB this year. His paper is titled “5th Generation Low-cost Efficient Wireless Intelligent Sensors (LEWIS 5) for Transportation” and is presented in Poster Session 1298: Wednesday January 27 1:00 PM- 2:30 PM ET.