Eman M. Hammad is a PhD candidate at the department of Electrical and Comuter Engineering at University of Toronto. Eman earned her Bachelors in Electrical Engineering from University of Jordan, and Masters in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Texas A&M university. Eman Had a long professional experience in the IT industry in Jordan before joining Texas A&M for her graduate degree. Eman is a member of the National Pinnacle Honor Society and a fellow of Graduate Teaching Academy, and she served as a TPC for several conferences and organizing committee member for GCREADER’06. She is currently a research assistant at the Electrical and Computer Engineering department, and a teaching assistant at the Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Computer Science Departments at the University of Toronto. Eman is the recipient of the Hatch Graduate Scholarship for Sustainable Energy Research, and the best poster award at ISE 2014 Symposium. Her research is focused on cyber physical systems with particular interest in cyber security, resilient control, cooperative microgrids and smart grids. Eman is currently serving as the IEEE Toronto ComSoc Chapter Chair.