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Sylvere Krima (Assoc)

Sylvere Krima is a computer scientist in the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Communications Technology Laboratory. Sylvere has a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Burgundy (France), and he has been a NIST associate since 2008. 

Currently, Sylvere is leading a research team in designing new forensic methods to track and contain data tampering across complex networks of information systems. He manages a cross-functional team in product development from inception to implementation, including strategic vision and technical roadmap.

From 2008-2021, Sylvere worked for Engisis, LLC, where he developed information models and data integration strategies to share accurate and consistent logistics data during joint and combined military operations. He developed technical roadmaps to automate logistics data sharing between multiple US and NATO logistics systems and databases (e.g., GCSS-MC, JOPES, JECD, DRAM, LOGFAS). He led projects and managed project teams of 3-6 people; responsible for project oversight and strategy, stakeholder communication, and final deliverables.


Speed, the double edge sword of the Industry 4.0

Marion Toussaint, Sylvere Krima, Allison Barnard Feeney, Hervé Panetto
The recent digital transformation of the manufacturing world led to numerous benefits, from higher quality products to increased productivity and reduced time

Requirement elicitation for adaptive standards development

Marion Toussaint, Sylvere Krima, Allison Barnard Feeney, HERVE PANETTO
The recent digitization of manufacturing, also referred to as the fourth industrial revolution (or Industry 4.0), heavily relies on information standards for
Created October 9, 2019, Updated December 8, 2022