Over the month of October, students from the Florida State University Cybersecurity Club traveled to three on-site competitions where they ranked among the top competitors.
National Science Foundation (NSF) recently awarded a 3-year grant in the amount of $590,317 to Prof. Zhi Wang, Prof. Xin Yuan, Prof. Viet Tung Hoang, and Dr. Paul van der Mark from FSU Research Computing Center (RCC) for their research in securing high-performance computing. This project, titled “CICI: RSARC: DICE – Data Insurance in the Cluster Environment”, was awarded by the NSF directorate CISE:OACI.
Specialized faculty member Caitlin Carnahan to study Physics at Carnegie Mellon, Sharanya Jayaraman to fill faculty line.
The Computer Science department welcomes Dr. Shayok Chakraborty and Dr. Jiawei Zhang to start in Fall 2017.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently awarded a 2-year, $200,000 grant to Prof. Peixiang Zhao for his research in big graph management, computation, and mining. This project, titled “Facilitate Graph Computation by Graph Sparsification”, was awarded from the NSF directorate CISE:IIS:III.
The FSU Department of Computer Science hosted its annual Honors Day Ceremony late last month. Many students in the department were recognized for their outstanding accomplishments.