Welcome to the website of Dr. David Henthorn’s Lab at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, IN, USA.
For our Data Portal (accessible to RHIT students only), click here.
Research and Teaching Interests
Our lab studies the following:
- Industrial Control Systems and other critical infrastructure
- Security and modernization of control systems
- Applications of data science to chemical processes (See ChE 490: Process Analytics)
- Next generation human-machine interactions (augmented reality, voice assistants, etc.)
I also collaborate with individuals on food research, including:
- Mass transfer in coffee extraction
- The science and engineering of chocolate.
For more information on our research projects, see Projects and Tools
Talks and Lectures
Some upcoming talks:
- Illuminating the Dark Data of Critical Infrastructure, InfluxDays EMEA, May 18-19, 2021.
- Bridging the Gap: Getting the Dam Engineers and the Flippin’ Cybersecurity People Talking, Circle City Con June 11-13, 2021.
- Purdue CERIAS summer seminar, July 14, 2021.
Some recent talks:
- X-Time Talks: The Science and Engineering of Chocolate, X-Time Lectures, 2021.
- Challenges in Securing Critical Infrastructure, Guest lecture for UW Madison Graduate Class on Cybersecurity, 2020.
- The Science and Engineering of Chocolate, Rose-Hulman Alumni Talks (with K. Henthorn), 2020.
- Digital Transformation of the Unit Operations Lab, AIChE Annual Conference (online), 2020.
- Cloud Historians for Online Lab Education, AIChE Education Forum Virtual Community (online), 2020.
- Academic Hub and the Unit Operations Lab, PI World (San Francisco, CA), 2019.