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Applied Physics Institute Staff - Kyle Moss

Kyle Moss

Kyle Moss

Engineering Technician

Office:  Center for Research and Development
Phone:  (270) 799-2723
Email:  kyle.moss@wku.edu
Website:  http://people.wku.edu/kyle.moss

Courses Taught

  • EE180 - Digital Circuits
  • EE200 - Design II
  • EE210 Lab - Circuits and Networks I Lab
  • EE211 Lab - Circuits and Networks II Lab
  • EE480 - Embedded Systems

 

Research

  • Cyber Physical Systems (CPS)
  • ICS Cyber Security
  • Embedded Systems

Biography

Education:

  • M.S. - University of Louisville -  Electrical and Computer Engineering (2012)
  • B.S. - Western Kentucky University -  Electrical Engineering (2008)

 

Professional Experience:

  • Instructor - Department of Engineering - Western Kentucky University (2014-Current)
  • Engineering Technician - Western Kentucky University (2014-Current)
  • Grosscurth PhD Fellow - University of Louisville (2012-2014)
  • Graduate Research Assistant - University of Louisville (2011-2012)
  • Electrical Engineer - Western Kentucky University (2009-2011)
  • Research Associate - Western Kentucky University (2008-2009)
  • Research Assistant - Western Kentucky University (2005-2008)
Professional Memberships:
  • IEEE
Awards and Honors
  • John Russell Award in Electrical Engineering (2008)
  • Grosscurth PhD Fellowship (2012)
Select Publications
  • Craig Dickson, Stuart Foster,Kyle Moss, Anoop Paidipally, Jonathan Quiton, William Ray, and Phillip Womble, Stochastic Modeling for Automatic Response Technology with Applications to Climate and Energy, at the 8th Kentucky Entrepreneurship and Innovation Conference, Louisville, KY, June 2012
  • Jeffrey L. Hieb, James H. Graham, Nathan Armentrout, and Kyle Moss, Security Pre-Processor for Industrial Control Systems, at the 8th Kentucky Entrepreneurship and Innovation Conference, Louisville, KY, June 2012
  • Jeffery Hieb, James Graham, Jacob Schreiver, Kyle Moss, Security Preprocessor for Industrial Control Networks, at the 7th International Conference on Information-Warfare and Security, Seattle, Washington, March 2012
  • Kyle Moss, Phillip Womble, Alexander Barzilov, Jon Paschal, Jeremy Board, Wireless Orthogonal Sensor Networks for Homeland Security, at 2007 IEEE Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security, Woburn, MA, May 2007
  • Barzilov, P. Womble, I. Novikov, J. Paschal, Jeremy Board, and Kyle Moss, Network of Wireless Gamma Ray Sensors for Radiological Detection and Identification at the SPIE Defense and Security Symposium, Orlando, FL, April 2007
  • Alexander Barzilov, Jeremy Board, Kyle Moss, Ivan Novikov, Phillip Womble, Algorithm for Identification and Location of Gamma-Ray Sources using Distributed Sensor Networks at 2007 IEEE Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security, Woburn, MA, May 2007
  • Kyle Moss, Phillip Womble, Alexander Barzilov, and Jon Paschal, Wireless Gamma Ray Spectrometer with Automatic Isotope Identification at Argonne Undergraduate Symposium, Argonne, IL, November 2006
  • Kyle Moss, Phillip Womble, Alexander Barzilov, and Jon Paschal, A Gamma Ray Spectrometer Based on Mobile Phone Technology at Conference Experience for Undergraduates, Division of Nuclear Physics Conference, Nashville, TN, October 2006
  • Alexander Barzilov, Phillip C. Womble, Jon Paschal, Lindsay Hopper, Ryan Moore, Timothy Morgan, Britton Wallace, Jeremy Board, Kyle Moss , and Joseph Howard, Inexpensive Robot Platforms for Detection and Neutralization Applications at 7th International Symposium on Technology and the Mine Problem, Monterey, CA, 2006

 

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