Cost Effective Resource Allocation to Portfolios of Security Measures for Embedded Devices in a Large-Scale System ;Analyzing the Extensive Social, Economic, and Political Effects of the Digital Divide Across Dense Urban Communities in the United States
Adekunle, Abdulrahman, School of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Virginia
Lambert, James, EN-Eng Sys and Environment, University of Virginia
Ku, Tsai-Hsuan, EN-Engineering and Society, University of Virginia
The technical project being explored aims to assess the many risks that can potentially be associated with counterfeit electronics within a specific system or a whole enterprise and ways to mitigate these risks within a specific budget frame.
The STS research topic focuses on the economic, social, and political effects of the digital divide through dense urban communities across the United States.
BS (Bachelor of Science)
digital divide, Urban communities
School of Engineering and Applied Science
Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering
Technical Advisor: James Lambert
STS Advisor: Sharon Tsai-hsuan Ku
Technical Team Members: Andrew Koch
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