Computer Science Department held its fourth annual CS Expo in The Center for Global Engagement here on FSU’s main campus. The CS Expo is one of the department’s key annual events for both student and alumni, that takes place to showcase emerging technological projects, encourage innovative dialogue, and lets everyone exchange experiences in the world of tech.
Dr. Weikuan Yu, from the Department of Computer Science at Florida State University, was awarded a grant of $72K from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory for his most recent project on data-intensive systems research.
Professor David Whalley has been awarded a new NSF grant for his project “Sphinx: Combining Data and Instruction Level Parallelism through Demand Driven Execution of Imperative Programs.”
Jie Yang, assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science, has been granted a four-year, $200,000 National Science Foundation CAREER Award for his project, “Exploiting Fine-grained WiFi Signals for Wellbeing Monitoring.” He was also granted with a one year ARO/Stevens grant for his project entitled, “Making Inferences of Physical Properties to Enhance Wireless Security.”
Computer Science Earns NSA Centers of Academic Excellence Award for Critical Infrastructure Protection
The Computer Science Department was awarded a $291,000 grant through NSA’s National Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance / Cyber Defense (CAE/IAE) Research and Education program
Associate Professor of Computer Science Ashok Srinivasan has been tapped to lead a research team with the goal of finding new ways to decrease the risk of Ebola being spread through air travel.