Department of Computer Science
Article ItemJin-Hee Cho uses hypergame theory for cyber deception research supported through Army Office of Research grant , article
Jin-Hee Cho, associate professor and director of the Trustworthy Cyberspace Lab (tClab) in the Department of Computer Science, has received a $285,000 grant from the Army Research Office to investigate for the first time how hypergame theory can be used to mislead an attacker’s belief by deception.
Article ItemAdvisory board of national leaders will guide Virginia Tech Innovation Campus , article
The Innovation Campus Advisory Board includes top executives from Qualcomm, Boeing, KPMG, Northrop Grumman, The Carlyle Group, and Hunch Analytics, along with several tech pioneers. The board will provide valuable perspectives and expertise to Sands and other senior leaders, including Vice President and Executive Director Lance R. Collins who joined Virginia Tech in August.
Article ItemVirginia Tech and UW-Madison Awarded NSF Funding to Help Developers Write More Secure Code , article
Daphne Yao and Na Meng of Virginia Tech and Barton Miller of the University of Wisconsin-Madison have been awarded $1.2 million over four years by the National Science Foundation Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace Program for their project entitled “Deployment-quality and Accessible Solutions for Cryptography Code Development.”
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Article ItemNSF grant unites diverse Virginia Tech team to improve in-home physical therapy , article
The VTC Smart Rehab Lab will use the $1.1 million National Science Foundation award to further development of tools and an innovated fused human and machine knowledge base that could open the door to wider access to physical therapy.
Article ItemWorld Wildlife Fund partners with Discovery Analytics Center on automated system to help save forests , article
For the first time, researchers at the Discovery Analytics Center will use an automated data analytics system to help identify suspicious timber trade records that relate to possible illegal activity.
Article ItemVeterans Day vigil offers cadets, campus time to reflect at Virginia Tech , article
“While you stand unmoving on the Pylons without the usual daily distractions of your cell phone, friends, and homework, you are given an excellent chance to reflect on what it means to be an American and what it means to be free,” says Cadet Grace Hall, a senior in Air Force ROTC majoring in aerospace engineering.