Emergency Planning and Resilience

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Laurent Cherubin,Ph.D., and other researchers, are developing a novel smart-sensing system that will remotely alert authorities of incoming manned and unmanned underwater vehicles. This new bio-centric Persistent Aquatic Living Sensors (PALS) technology will augment the United States Department of Defense’s existing, hardware-based maritime monitoring systems and greatly extend the range, sensitivity and lifetime of the military’s undersea surveillance capabilities. Cherubin is an associate research professor at FAU’s Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute.

Active Projects:

Emergency Planning and Resilience Projects 
  • Detecting deep fake speech (in partnership with Los Alamos National Laboratory)
  • Mobile Phone Security
  • Kristen Crawford, Logan Arrandale, and William Hahn. All Ears: Can Ear Recognition Software be a Solution for Mobile Phone Security? 2019 First Place Cross-Disciplinary FAU Wave Undergraduate Research Award
  • Human Pose Analysis
  • Classifying criminal human behavior from skeletal key points with deep neural network