DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge competition, Summer 2016.
In addition to the team, the photo includes the Faculty advisor Professor Kang Li and the DARPA director.
The Department of Computer Science and the College of Engineering at the University of Georgia invite applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position, starting in August 2016.Specific areas of interest include, but are not limited to, applied big data management analytics and visualization, high performance computing, mobile and sensor-based informatics,Internet of Things, human-computer interfaces, and applied systems security and privacy. Candidates should have a Ph.D.
Congratulations to Prof. Liming Cai, Prof. Russell Malmberg (Plant Biology), and Cory Momany (Pharmacy) for receiving 3-year grant from NSF-DMS/NIH-NIGMS-R01 joint program in Mathematical Biology from "Joint DMS/NIGMS Initiative to Support Research at the Interface of the Biological and Mathematical Sciences” for the proposal titled: From RNA sequence to 3D structure: accurate prediction via backbone k-trees
Congratulations to Prof. Kang Li and Prof. Roberto Perdisci for receiving a grant from DHS for the proposal titled: "SDCI Sec: Passive and Active DNS Monitoring Tools for Detecting and Tracking the Evolution of Malicious Domain Names."
Congratulations to Prof. Roberto Perdisci for receiving a grant from NSF for the proposal titled: "TWC: Medium: Collaborative: Exposing and Mitigating Cross-Channel Attacks that Exploit the Convergence of Telephony and the Internet"
Congratulations to Prof. Kyu Lee and his collaborators at SRI International, Purdue University and University of Wisconsin for receiving a 4-year grant from DARPA for the proposal titled: "TRACE: Tracing and Analysis of Causality of Enterprise-level” for transparent computing to explore dynamic information flow technology in complex distributed computing environments towards exposing and stopping advanced cyber adversaries (also referred to as Advanced Persistent Threats, or APTs).
Congratulations to Prof. Lakshmish Ramaswamy for receiving an Accenture Research Grant for supporting his project on big data virtualization and synchronization.