Celine Irvene received her Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering and Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2015 and 2017, respectively.
During her time as an undergraduate scholar she worked as a web developer and systems engineer, before finding her passion in cyber security. Currently a 3rd year graduate researcher at Georgia Tech, Celine is a member of the Communication Assurance and Performance (CAP) Group led by Dr. Raheem Beyah. Her research interests lie in the domain of cyber physical system security, with an emphasis on robotics security, smart home and smart building security, as well as the concept of connected everything.
Outside of her academics, Celine enjoys collecting sneakers, volunteering at local schools disseminating knowledge about STEM, helping students from various backgrounds plan for a brighter future, and participating in activities at her local church. Celine Irvene is a proud member of the GT Women in ECE and NSBE, serving as an executive board member on the former and a current GEM and NPSC Fellow. Upon completion of her PhD, she would like to work for the DoD or enter Academia to develop software/techniques for protecting IoT devices and investigate new methods for data privacy.