Dr. Shayok Chakraborty is part of a team that has been awarded a five-year, $14.7-million grant from the National Institute on Aging for a research center employing emerging and existing technologies to promote the well-being, quality of life and independence of older adults and provide support for older adults with cognitive impairments.
The National Institute on Aging has awarded a research supplement in the amount of $200K to Dr. Shayok Chakraborty (Assistant Professor, CS FSU) and Dr. Walter Boot (Professor, Department of Psychology, FSU) that will fund additional research related to their collaborative R01 grant titled “The Adherence Promotion with Person-centered Technology (APPT) Project: Promoting Adherence to Enhance the Early Detection and Treatment of Cognitive Decline”.
Michael Gubanov has published a paper in Communications of ACM, together with collaborators from Rice University.
The journal is known to be very selective, summarizing the most impactful contributions to Computer Science across all areas. Gubanov describes a novel data analytics system, marrying linear and relational algebra, introduced by Edgar Codd in Communications of ACM in 1970 and used widely in data management systems today.
FSU CS students, Mustakimur R. Khandaker, Abu Naser, and Wenqing Liu, won the best paper award in EuroS&P 2019 (4th IEEE European Symposium on Security and Privacy), hold Jun 17 -19 at Stockholm Sweden, for their paper titled “Adaptive Call-site Sensitive Control Flow Integrity”. EuroS&P is the flagship security conference in Europe.
CS awarded a significant amount of technology fee to upgrade its instructional technology infrastructure
The Computer Science Department has been awarded over $85K Technology Fee to upgrade its instructional technology infrastructure in four projects: (1) to upgrade Grads Lab computers, (2) to build CS private cloud services, (3) to upgrade the data center server switch, (4) to upgrade audio–visual technology in classrooms. The Systems Group manager, Yu Wang, and Systems Group member, Bobby Roy, developed the proposals for the four projects. The proposals were selected by the Student Technology Fee Advisory Committee, and approved by the IT Governance Council.