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Shiloh Elliott

Modeling and Simulation Scientist

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Shiloh Elliott is a Modeling and Simulation Scientist in the National & Homeland Security Directorate at Idaho National Laboratory. She has a M.S. in Geographic Information Systems. Her research interest includes machine learning, decision support systems, graph-based dependency analysis, spatial analytics, and remote sensing.


​2019 - Shiloh Elliott, A Framework to Establish Critical Infrastructure Dependencies for the
Energy Sector, Resilience Week 2019

2019 - Ron Fisher, Shane Cherry, and Shiloh Elliott, Idaho National Laboratory: Support to
Critical National Missions, Border Management Summit 2019

2018 – Shiloh Elliott, Utilizing Subway System Map Design in System Analysis and Visualization,
Resilience Week 2018

2018 – Christopher Dixon, Ryan Hruska, Shiloh Elliott, Dynamics of Multilayer Complex
Infrastructure Networks, Mors 86th Symposium

2015 – Shiloh Elliott, Using Distributed Computing to Determine Interdependencies in Critical
Infrastructure System, INL Young Researcher Symposium


​2018 -Exceptional Contribution Award – Modeling Capabilities Transition Environment

2016- Exceptional Contribution Award – New York State Fuels Regional Resilience Assessment

2016- Special Achievement in GIS Award – NPPD IP Gateway Mapview

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