Biography: Jakob Meng is a mechanical and power systems engineer for Idaho National Laboratory. He is engaged in providing engineering support to federal electric grid cyber-incident response projects, designing testbed infrastructure and associated hardware, also design drawings and electrical schematics. He holds a bachelor’s in mechanical engineering from Idaho State University and is pursuing a master’s in engineering management and infrastructure security from University of Idaho. He has provided project management and systems engineering support to federal electric grid cyber incident response projects. He has created a proposal for a natural gas “pipeline in a box” cyber incident simulation and training system that includes manual and pneumatically operable automated valves, PLC’s, pressure and flow monitoring instruments, and compression equipment.
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Idaho State University. A.A.S., Mechanical Engineering Technology, Idaho State University.