Graduate student Charles Warren, Cybersecurity, will present his final M.S. defense on Monday, April 11, 2022, at 4:30 p.m., in Rekhi Hall, Room 101 and virtually. The title of his talk is, “An Analysis of Compressive Convolutional Autoencoders for Image Archiving in Medical Informatics.” Warren is advised by Guy Hembroff (Applied Computing).
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Warren is currently a Technical Operations Engineer for Jump Trading LLC. In 2021 he completed his B.S. in Computer Network and System Administration (CNSA) at Michigan Tech, graduating Cumma Sum Laude. View his LinkedIn profile here.
During his time at Michigan Tech, Warren co-founded a student organization focused on student-led instruction and research in networking and computing topics. It has since grown into an undergraduate, graduate, and alumni non-profit organization focused on providing cloud and education services at low to no cost. Warren’s research interests include machine learning, cybersecurity, secure design, network security, PKI, and IoT.
From 2018 to 2021, Charles was an instructor for State of Michigan’s Career Technical Education (CTE), which provides local high-school students a cybersecurity curriculum at Michigan Tech, as part of a project led by Guy Hembroff, associate professor of Applied Computing.