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Eric Simmon (Fed)

Eric Simmon is a systems expert in the Cyber Infrastructure Group  at the National Institute of Standards of Technology (NIST). He graduated magna cum laude from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (Worcester, MA) with an electrical engineering degree in 1989 and joined the National Institute of Standards and Technology to work on precision measurements for high voltage and high current. In 2003, he joined the EIG working on systems modeling and using modeling to improve the standards development process.  

Mr. Simmon is a member of the NIST Smart Grid Infrastructure Task Force. He leads the NIST Smart Grid architecture effort and is the NIST representative to the SGIP Smart Grid Architecture Committee. Mr. Simmon is also responsible for EV (electric vehicle) to Grid interoperability standards at NIST and leads the SGIP Plug-in Electric Vehicle Task Group. In addition to his smart grid activities, Mr. Simmon is involved in a number of other information management activities, including chairing the iNEMI Product Lifecycle Information Management Technology Working Group and leading the data format sub-team in the IEC TC111 Material Declaration working group.


Cloud Computing Service Metrics Description

Frederic J. de Vaulx, Eric D. Simmon, Robert B. Bohn
With cloud computing in the mainstream, there is a preponderance of cloud based services in the market and the choices for consumers increase daily. However

Cyber-Physical Social Systems: Getting People into the Loop

Sulayman Sowe, Eric D. Simmon, Koji Zettsu, Frederic J. de Vaulx, Irena Bojanova
This paper outlines the need to effectively integrate people into the design of a new generation of Cyber-Physical Social Systems (CPSS) and proposes a Human

Designing a Cyber-Physical Cloud Computing Architecture

Eric D. Simmon, Sulayman Sowe, Koji Zettsu
In this era of inter-connectivity where almost everybody, everything, and anything are networked, Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) also known as the Internet of
Created July 30, 2019, Updated December 8, 2022