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This Week’s Research Presentation: Computer Graphics Makes Us More Secure

Date: Friday, January 9th 2015 Time: 1:00PM – 1:50 PM Location: Building 8, Room 48 As the Department of Homeland Security addresses threats ranging from intelligent enemies (terrorists, drug smugglers, poachers, etc.) to natural phenomena (massive flooding, super storms, Arctic thawing, etc.), researchers are turning to academic researchers for answers. Stadium and transit security is […]

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Sharpening the Stinger: Tuning KillerBee for Critical Infrastructure Warwalking

Date: 12/2/2014 at 12:00 Noon Venue: Building 98P-2-007 (CLA Building) “Sharpening the Stinger: Tuning KillerBee for Critical Infrastructure Warwalking”. By: Capt. Benjamin Ramsey, PhD       Assistant Professor, Center for Cyberspace Research, Air Force Institute of Technology, Writ Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. Abstract: IEEE 802.15.4 and ZigBee wireless networks have become popular in […]

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Lighting Talk Thursays & Minor Elections

This Thursday we going to have Lighting Talks, which are small talks that people give on a idea they had, a project they made, or anything in particular they want to talk about in the Computer Science field. These Lighting Talks are for anyone who shows up to the meeting, if you want to go […]

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