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Jack Hurwitz is a computer scientist at the National Security Agency (NSA) and a graduate student in Computer Science at UMBC. He completed the NSA co-op program in 2019 and has worked at NSA full-time since 2020. His primary interest is artificial intelligence and deep learning.

Rucha Kolhatkar is a software engineer and recently graduated from the University of California, Riverside with an M.S. in Computer Science. She received a B.S. in Computer Engineering from UCSB in 2021, and she has worked with various research groups both at UCSB and UCR. Her research has included various applications of machine learning, deep learning, and data science to multiple areas, including cybersecurity.

Amelia Kracinovich is a Human Systems Integration scientist for the Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific. She's worked for the Navy for the last 6 years and simultaneously completed her masters at Naval Post Graduate School in Human Systems Integration. Her expertise is in human subjects research in the topics of augmented reality, sleep deprivation and trust in human machine teaming. Amelia is the Mixed Reality chair for the DoD Human Factors Engineering Technical Advisory Group. She has published guidelines for use of augmented reality in maritime ship navigation.

Akond Rahman is an assistant professor at Auburn University. His research interests include DevOps and Secure Software Development. He graduated with a PhD from North Carolina State University, an M.Sc. in Computer Science and Engineering from University of Connecticut, and a B.Sc. in Computer Science and Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology. He won the ACM SIGSOFT Doctoral Symposium Award at ICSE in 2018, the ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Award at ICSE in 2019, the CSC Distinguished Dissertation Award, and the COE Distinguished Dissertation Award from NC State in 2020. He actively collaborates with industry practitioners from GitHub, WindRiver, and others.