Industrial Control Systems Engineer & Computer Forensics Expert
Leo Kalikstein, P.E., EnCE is an electrical engineer with nearly three decades of professional experience involving industrial controls and automation, machinery and equipment safeguarding, and process safety and construction management for industrial facilities. Leo gained experience across a diverse range of industries while working as an Instrumentation and Control Systems (I&C) engineer, including oil & gas, mining, bio-pharma, food and beverage, electrical generation, and others. He has both designed/implemented processes and systems from the ground up, and updated existing systems to suit new specifications.
Leo has extensive experience in the development and analysis of functional requirements for industrial control systems, control system design and programming, process measurements involving field instrumentation, as well as failure analysis investigations. He is experienced in electrical systems software modeling, short circuit analysis, electrical load analysis, motor start-up analysis and arc flash studies.
Leo's software development background includes Oracle and SQL Server databases, C#, Visual Basic.NET, Java, Python and X Code. He provides digital forensic investigations with the unique insight of a licensed electrical engineer certified in advanced computer forensics - he is an EnCase Certified Examiner. Leo’s extensive background in computer programming, control system design, instrumentation, and industrial processes applies directly to a broad range of investigations.
Mr. Kalikstein is licensed as a Professional Engineer, and holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics, Electrical Engineering, and Control systems from the Colorado School of Mines.
- Computer Security
- Electrical Engineering
- Equipment & Machinery
- Industrial Design
- Machine Guarding
- Oil & Gas
- Software Engineering
Available Upon Request