U.S. Department of Energy

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Use Cases

Electron microscopes are used often in the biological and material sciences particularly for their ability to capture the dynamic evolution of microstructures with a very high spatial and temporal resolution. AIM's role in this use case is to better inform users with quantitative information during an experiment. This information will be used to help guide the decision process towards minimizing sample damage and maximizing the success rate for the experimental process.
As global computing culture quickly migrates away from traditional IT environments to a mixture of on-premise private and off-premise commercial cloud computing solutions, additional cybersecurity challenges are being introduced that many enterprises are unprepared to address. One such cybersecurity challenge, Insider Threat Detection, is a well-known and notoriously difficult area of research and application in traditional IT. These challenges are further complicated in the cloud as traditional threat detection solutions are not well-adapted to the unique requirements of the cloud environment.
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