Why Internet Voting Is a Nonstarter

Why am I stuck in the Dark Ages when it comes to voting? Why do I believe in paper ballots instead of direct-recording electronic voting machines? And why do I believe that we will not be able to securely vote on the Internet in the foreseeable future?

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Computer Scientists lead effort to protect vital networks

Whiting School of Engineering computer scientists have led an effort to create a proven way to prevent sabotage from disrupting electronic networks supporting major infrastructure such as power grids and the electronic cloud.

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Computational biologist Michael Schatz named 21st Bloomberg Professor at Johns Hopkins

Schatz is one of the world's foremost experts in solving computational problems in genomics research.

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WSE team takes home 2016 KUKA Innovation Award

A team from the Whiting School of Engineering’s Department of Computer Science wins top honors at world’s leading trade fair for industrial technology in Germany.

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Ben Langmead receives Benjamin Franklin Award

The award is presented annually to someone who has promoted free and open access to important materials and methods used in the life sciences. Langmead accepted the award from Bioinformatics.org at the 2016 Bio-IT World Conference & Expo, held April 5 through 7 in Boston.

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