About the Author with Tom Otoshi

Artech House supports its authors long after their books publish, and our authors continue to make huge strides in their fields. Today, we highlight author Tom Otoshi, whose book, Noise, Temperature Theory and Applications for Deep Space Communications Antenna Systems, continues to be relevant today: In 1961, Mr. Otoshi joined the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) at …

Diffraction Modeling and Simulation with Gökhan Apaydin and Levent Sevgi

When Artech House authors write their books, we ask them what they want their readers to get out of the project. In this series, we show you what our authors, in their own words, wish to impart upon readers. Gökhan Apaydin and Levent Sevgi, authors of Electromagnetic Diffraction Modeling and Simulation with MATLAB, describe what their …

Plugging the Intrusion Detection Gap in the Smart Grid

As the number of malicious cyberattacks on smart utilities continue to rise, smart grid cybersecurity leaders are under immense pressure to implement intrusion detection alongside their prevention and response strategies. Not only would IDS systems deployed at key points of network vulnerability significantly reduce the severity of attacks and improve grid resilience, but they are …

IoT Manufacturing with Cameron K. Coursey

  Some industries are rethinking offshore manufacturing because of the pandemic and the corresponding material and product shortages. Local manufacturing has the benefit of reducing the dependence on other countries and simplifying the supply chain. In countries where costs are high, however, it may only make sense to manufacture locally by taking advantage of capabilities …