Dr. Mike Borowczak is the Loy and Edith Harris Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the University of Wyoming, where he also serves as the Director of the Cybersecurity Education and Research (CEDAR) Center and Lab, and the Co-Director of the Advanced Blockchain Research and Development Lab (WABL). He is a former hardware security architect and data scientist, having worked in both the semiconductor industry as well as several since-acquired startups. His research interests spans fundamental cybersecurity research as well as applied cybersecurity and computer science education research. His specific research interests focus on the security and resilience of complex  systems (e.g., autonomous systems, AI/ML systems, authentication systems) and the integration of Cybersecurity and Computer Science into traditional/core K-20 subjects. He and his students have published over 54 journal and conference publications.  He a senior member of the IEEE and ACM. His research has been funded (~$6MM since 2018) by federal, national, state, and industrial entities. $3MM of his funding is as principal investigator and includes the NSF ($1.6MM; DRL Grant #1923542 and CNS Grant # 2055621), NSA, Idaho National Laboratories, State of Wyoming,  and Kraken.

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