Biography: Jada Williams is a Systems Engineer for Idaho National Laboratory. She earned her master’s in Renewable and Clean Energy from University of Dayton and bachelor degree in Geoenvironmental Studies from Shippensburg University. She was an Analyst Intern for University of Dayton Research Institute’s Sensor System Division, and also was a Management Analyst Intern for the U.S. Department of Defense’s Defense Information Systems Agency, in Fort Meade, Maryland. Her publications and presentations include “Strategies for Improved Microgrid System Selection for the Electrification of Rural Areas,” a Master's thesis for the University of Dayton; "Potential Threats for The Government Using Android Operating System (OS)”, a University of Dayton Research Institute technical report; "Modeling Shoreline Change at Wallops Island, Virginia”, an undergraduate poster presentation at the Celebration of Student Research conference at Shippensburg University; “Preliminary Investigation of a Barrier Island Beach Aquifer at Wallops Island, Virginia using Ground Penetrating Radar”, an undergraduate poster presentation at the North Eastern Geological Society of America Section Meeting.
M.S., Renewable and Clean Energy - University of Dayton
B.S., GeoEnvironmental Studies - Shippensburg University
Sturdivant, Battle, Morland, Yeye, Hernandez, Wilson, Lupai, Diaz, Williams, June 2014 “Potential Threats for The Government Using Android Operating System (OS)”, UDR-TR-2015-32, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH, June, 3, 2014, 20 Pages.