Professor Roberto Perdisci receives CAE Certificate.
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Georgia invites applications for a Lecturer position starting August 01, 2017.
For more details and application information, please see www.cs.uga.edu/~lecturerposition/Lecturer_Job_Ad.pdf.
To apply, please go to http://facultyjobs.uga.edu/postings/2266
The search committee will begin reviewing applications on June 30, 2017, until the position is filled.
The ICSP institute is housed in the Department of Computer Science, part of the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, but it will build collaborations with units across campus whose research and scholarship touches on both the technical and non-technical aspects of Cybersecurity and privacy (http://columns.uga.edu/news/article/university-establishes-institute-for-cybersecurity-and-privacy/).
Congratulations to Prof. Tianming Liu for receiving the title of Distinguished Research Professor, one of only five faculty to receive this distinction this year. The title of Distinguished Research Professor is awarded to faculty who are internationally recognized for their original contributions to knowledge, and whose work promises to foster continued creativity in their discipline.
Graduate students Anuja Nagare, Roxana Attar, and Zengyan Wang were selected to travel to the annual 2017 meeting of CRA-W. All three students attended various presentations, and Anuja presented her research on autonomous cars and machine learning.
Congratulations to Professor Roberto Perdisci for receiving a five year grant from DARPA for the proposal titled: "RHAMNOUSIA: ATTRIBUTING CYBER ACTORS THROUGH TENSOR DECOMPOSITION AND NOVEL DATA ACQUISITION."
Students Ashley Huynh, Steven Feng and Brandy Barber, along with their advisor, Dr. Bradley Barnes, recently received an igniteCS grant from Google to expand their CS outreach program (elevateCS). The organization's main goal is to provide computer science and technology outreach programs throughout high schools in Athens. Currently, ElevateCS hosts 1.5-hour technology workshops every week at Cedar Shoals High School.
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Georgia invites applications for two Lecturer positions starting August 2017. The responsibilities of this position include teaching foundational courses in the undergraduate major and periodically teaching a senior/beginning graduate level course in his/her specialty. In addition, this position allows for opportunities to develop new undergraduate courses for our expanding program.
In addition to the team, the photo includes the Faculty advisor Professor Kang Li and the DARPA director.