Researching, developing, and transitioning advances in separation architectures, model-based system engineering, and mathematical analysis.
- Safety & Security AnalysisAnalyze system models for gaps in safety and security compliance, and generate documentation to support certification requirements.
- Real-time Operating System SchedulingProvide end-to-end, system-wide schedulabilty analysis, and generate real-time operating system (RTOS) schedules and configuration information
- Embedded System Tradespace AnalysisSupport least-commitment design strategies by continuously evaluating embedded system design alternatives against diverse requirements.
- Isolation TechnologyEnable virtual security enclaves within a single physical server
What’s next: Innovative research examining hard problems of national importance.
- Weird MachinesAnticipating vulnerabilities related to computer systems that employ artificial intelligence
- Education InnovationDelivering game-based education to adolescents and young adults
- Automated Behavior AnalysisDetecting vulnerabilities in embedded systems using timed automata (VOLTA)
- Code GenerationAutomating the integration of cyber-resilient components in complex systems
- About Us
Katrina Schleisman, Ph.D.
Katrina Schleisman, Ph.D.
Human Factors Engineering, Instructional Design, Educational Research
Katrina Schleisman is a Minneapolis native. She loves the Twin Cities so much that she completed her B.A. in philosophy and psychology, PhD in cognitive neuroscience, and post-doctoral fellowship in neuroscience all at the University of Minnesota. Since working for Adventium Labs, she has participated in project teams to author content and conduct educational research for multiple federal grant-sponsored projects, including iNeuron and CellEnergy, educational apps whose educational efficacy have been demonstrated in large-scale classroom studies.
Katrina is currently the Principal Investigator on a three-year National Institutes of Health-sponsored project to create and evaluate an app that teaches the neurobiology of substance use disorders to adolescents and young adults in treatment. She contributes to Adventium projects as a Senior Research Scientist by injecting her perspectives on the cognitive neuroscience of learning and memory, educational best practices, and human factors to ensure that Adventium's tools and processes are engineered with people in mind.
Ph.D., Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Minnesota B.A., Philosophy and Psychology, University of Minnesota