News from Computer Science
Article ItemDirector recognized for contributions to engineering and mathematics , article
Madhav Marathe, director of the Network Dynamics and Simulation Science Laboratory of the Biocomplexity Institute at Virginia Tech, has been named a Fellow of SIAM and received the College of Engineering Dean's Award in Research Excellence.
Article ItemChanghee Jung receives CAREER Award to make high-performance computing more efficient and error-resilient , article
Jung's research award will focus on reducing the ever-increasing error rate in high-performance computers without sacrificing energy efficiency or increasing the complexity of hardware.
Article ItemFutureHAUS Dubai takes shape at Virginia Tech’s Research + Demonstration Facility , article
Led by the College of Architecture and Urban Studies, students from five Virginia Tech colleges will compete as the only U.S. collegiate team in the Solar Decathlon Middle East in Dubai, November 2018. The team now has three months to complete the world’s smartest modular solar home – a prototype they hope will become a global model for housing sustainability.
Article ItemComputer science researcher meets updated phishing attacks head on , article
In an age of cyberattacks and data breaches, vigilance alone might not be enough to keep email users protected, according to new research from Virginia Tech that examines the growing sophistication of phishing attacks.
Article ItemVirginia Tech team tops in cyber capture-the-flag , article
Seven computer engineering students took first place in MITRE’s Embedded Capture-the-Flag contest, which tasked them with designing a secure ATM banking system and then attacking the designs of 10 other universities.
Article ItemWenjing Lou named the W.C. English Professor , article
A member of the Virginia Tech faculty since 2011, Lou’s research in information and network security is a major component of the university’s growing reputation and impact in the critically important area of cybersecurity.
Article ItemBlock.one, Virginia Tech team up to build skills in blockchain , article
As part of the collaboration, Dan Larimer, Block.one chief technology officer, a blockchain pioneer, and a Virginia Tech alumnus, will advise the university on curricula development, including participation in live classroom sessions, seminars, and symposia.
Article ItemB. Aditya Prakash on IEEE magazine's list of 10 young stars to watch in artificial intelligence , article
The assistant professor of computer science and faculty member at the Discovery Analytics Center made the list for his contributions to understanding, reasoning, and mining the phenomenon of propagation over networks in diverse real-world systems.
Article ItemGang Wang receives CAREER Award to thwart email phishing attacks , article
Wang will use the five-year grant, totaling $538,522, to create novel techniques that combine human intelligence and machine learning to combat real-world phishing attacks.
Article ItemBiocomplexity Institute creates computing center to solve science's most complex problems , article
The Biocomplexity Institute's new data center features a gift from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
Article ItemDespite bumps in the road, engineering team places third in North American autonomous vehicle competition , article
Virginia Tech’s AutoDrive team faced challenges at home before ever stepping foot in Yuma, Arizona, to compete against seven other universities from the U.S. and Canada.
Article ItemVictory in Europe Day to be commemorated with national effort to make available insights of American soldiers during World War II , article
A team of Virginia Tech experts will observe the anniversary of Victory in Europe Day, or VE Day, by engaging the public in helping to bring the written reflections of U.S. soldiers to a broad audience.
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