Zoe Dormuth

Zoe Dormuth

20222023

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Zoe Dormuth works in the Energy Security and Resilience Center, where she researches how to integrate renewable technology into the electrical grid securely. She has worked in academia, government, and private industry. Her experience includes malware analysis, reverse engineering, computational biology, computer architecture, and high-performance computing. 

Research Interests

Critical infrastructure – industrial control systems security

Vulnerability assessment

Reverse engineering

Cloud computing

High-performance computing

Professional Experience

Cybersecurity research engineer, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (2020–present)

Cybersecurity R&D intern, Sandia National Laboratories (2019)

Software engineering intern, Intuit (2017–2018)

Reverse engineering intern, Noblis (2015–2016)

Education/Academic Qualification

Master, Electrical Engineering, University of Minnesota Twin Cities

Bachelor, Computer Engineering, University of Minnesota Twin Cities

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