Xiaolin Lu

Xiaolin Lu

Tuesday May 1, 2018 | Time: 9:00 – 9:45

Bio: Dr. Xiaolin Lu is a Fellow and the director of Texas Instruments Kilby Innovation Center responsible for driving industrial internet research activities. She is chartered to drive various differentiated industrial- and energy-related connected system level solutions using TI differentiated embedded processors, analog and power management devices.

Xiaolin is well-known as an embedded system and software expert. She is the author/co-author of more than 60 U.S. issued patents. She has given keynote and plenary talks at numerous technical conferences. She is the recipient of many special recognition awards, including 2016 Asian American Engineer of the Year, Society of Women Engineers (SWE) and National Women of Color award in the Technical Innovation – Industry category. She is the first TIer to co-chair the Industrial Advisory Board at the University of Texas at Dallas (UT Dallas) Engineering School.

Title: Building Last Mile Security in Industrial IOT Applications

Abstract: The vast majority of innovative applications in the area of Industrial IOT (IIOT) are enabled by technologies such as: smart sensing, automatic connectivity, secured FW upgrade & booting, smart power management, smart analog sampling as well as additional intelligence for the last mile security. This talk will cover the innovative opportunities in the semiconductor domain to address challenges and requirements in IIOT connected sensor nodes usage scenarios especially for building a last mile security. We will introduce a highly integrated wireless smart sensor node platform and its applications from both HW and SW perspective. Key features related with last mile security and opportunities for further research will be covered through specific use cases.