Subject Matter Expert: Don DuRousseau, George Washington University
Don DuRousseau has more than 25 years of research and development experience in cybersecurity and data informatics. He is an active contributor to the fields of Smart Cities, IoT, systems engineering and adaptive networking. He is the Director of Research Technology Services at The George Washington University.
An example Gigabit App Don is interested in is one that can block texting of vehicle drivers when within 500 Ft of a signal light in heavy traffic.
Don has more than 40 publications on topics including real time signal processing, adaptive systems and performance engineering. His work involves the broad dissemination of cybersecurity and smart communities technologies working with Internet2 and a backbone of regional partners working to deliver high speed connectivity to Research and Education communities across the country.
Mr DuRousseau is the Director of the Capital Area Advanced Research and Education Network (CAAREN); a high performance networking collaboration located at GW's Ashburn campus and part of the Internet2 research and education network infrastructure. He also operates the Colonial One High Performance Computing environment at GW, providing advanced computational systems to support research across the University
Specialties: Cybersecurity, IoT, Smart Cities, big data analytics, real-time signal processing, software defined networking and adaptive computing