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David A. Wollman

Dr. David Wollman is Deputy Director, Smart Grid and Cyber-Physical Systems Program Office in the Engineering Laboratory at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).  Before joining the Smart Grid and Cyber-Physical Systems Program, he managed efforts within the NIST Physical Measurement Laboratory to maintain and advance the Nation's electrical standards and metrology supporting the electric power industry. In addition, he has served in several other positions at NIST, including Scientific Advisor for the former Electronics and Electrical Engineering Laboratory, Program Analyst in NIST Director's Program Office, and bench-level scientist in Boulder, Colorado developing advanced high-resolution x-ray detectors. 

Awards and Honors:

  • Department of Commerce Gold Medal for his work to develop a globally-recognized smart grid standards framework (2011)
  • Microbeam Analysis Society (MAS) Kurt F.J. Heinrich Award for
    outstanding young MAS scientist (2002)
  • Department of Commerce Gold Medal for his work to develop and demonstrate an high-resolution x-ray microcalorimeter with applications in microanalysis and astronomy (1998)
  • NIST Jacob Rabinow Applied Research Award for his work to develop a new x-ray detector technology, demonstrate its performance and develop it to the point of commercialization (1998)
  • Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Xi, NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

Publications

Cyber-Physical Systems and Internet of Things

Author(s)
Christopher Greer, Martin J. Burns, David A. Wollman, Edward R. Griffor
This NIST Special Publication describes the relationship between the phrases “cyber-physical systems” and “Internet of Things.” CPS and IoT both refer to trends

Elaborating the Human Aspect of the NIST Framework for Cyber-Physical Systems

Author(s)
Edward R. Griffor, David A. Wollman, Martin J. Burns, Joe Manganelli, Ronald Boring, Stephen Gilbert, Yi-Ching Lee, Dan Nathan-Robers
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has developed a Framework for Cyber- Physical Systems (CPS Framework) that supports system engineering

Reasoning about Smart City

Author(s)
Edward R. Griffor, Martin J. Burns, David A. Wollman, Marcello Balducinni, Claire Vishik, Michael Huth
Smart Cities are complex environments, comprising diverse cyber-physical systems (CPS), including Internet of Things (IoT). Smart Cities pose challenges of
Created October 9, 2019