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Isabella Springs
Quantitative Researcher at WorldQuant LLC
United States Arts/Design
WorldQuant LLC
United States
University of Trento, University of Trento, The Box of Sweety
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    • I worked as an employee in Work Package 3 (WP3) which is to construct a comprehensive, practical framework for requirements evolutions that can deal with arbitrary changes in requirements models. This framework is general enough so that it can be applied to as much as possible existing
      modeling languages. Our partners in WP3 include Thales (France), Open University (England), Budapest University of Technology and Economics (Hungary), and DeepBlue

    • Quantitative Researcher
      WorldQuant LLC
      Jul 2014
      Jan 2019
    • Postdoctoral Research Fellow
      University of Trento
      Jan 2014
      Jul 2014
    • Teaching Assistant
      University of Trento
      Sep 2011
      Jan 2013
      Master course "Security Engineering". The objective is learn how to secure engineer a real life problem from high level management and early security requirements down to security architecture. The course includes various topics from design and engineering (security requirements, governance, risk and compliance) to technological components (access control, encryption, security protocols). These topics covers database security, application security, network security, and mobile/ smart card security.
    • Internship
      Jan 2012
      Jul 2012
      Integration of Risk and Security Requirements. The internship is funded by the NESSoS project (http://www.nessos-project.eu/).
  • Top Skills

    6 Machine Learning
    6 Computer Science
    7 LaTeX
  • Received (1) Given (1)
    • Security Engineering for lifelong Evolvable Systems (SecureChange FP7)
      Occupation Teaching Assistant
      Feb 2009
      Jan 2012
      SecureChange is a 3 years research project funded by the European Union. Fund: 5.1MEuro (Trento approx 500K). SecureChange’s objective is to develop techniques and tools that ensure "lifelong" compliance to evolving security, privacy and dependability requirements for a long-running evolving software system. I worked as an employee in Work Package 3 (WP3) which is to construct a comprehensive, practical framework for requirements evolutions that can deal with arbitrary changes in requirements models. This framework is general enough so that it can be applied to as much as possible existing modeling languages. Our partners in WP3 include Thales (France), Open University (England), Budapest University of Technology and Economics (Hungary), and DeepBlue S.r.l (Italy).
    • Network of Excellence on Engineering Secure Future Internet Software Services and Systems(NESSoS FP7)
      Occupation Quantitative Researcher
      Oct 2010
      Jan 2019
      NESSoS is a 42-month research project funded by the European Union. Fund: 5.24MEuro (Trento approx 365K). NESSoS aims at constituting and integrating a long lasting research community on engineering secure software-based services and systems.