2018 Design Day

Design Day is the culmination of the Johns Hopkins translational education experience and provides students with the opportunity to display their research, engineering solutions, and prototypes.

Johns Hopkins Engineering's 2018 Design Day will take place on Tuesday, May 8.

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Hacker-resistant power plant software shows real-world results in Hawaii

“If even part of a power grid’s control system is compromised, the game is over. We need to make our grid more secure, resilient, and intrusion-tolerant,” CS Chair Yair Amir

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New HEART Seminar Course Explores Algorithms and Computational Complexity Theory

"...one of the things that I really liked learning about as a student of computer science was more of the theory, how algorithms are developed to solve particular theoretical problems," said HEART Seminar Instructor Charlotte Darby.

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Decoding the Redwoods, CS’s Steven Salzberg, The Washington Post

For the first time, scientists are mapping the coast redwood’s genome, a genetic code 12 times larger than that of a human being.

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Upcoming Events

Apr
27
Fri
10:00 am Student: Keisuke Sakaguchi, John...
Student: Keisuke Sakaguchi, John...
Apr 27 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
LocationMalone 228AbstractRobustness has always been a desirable property for natural language processing (NLP). In many cases, NLP models (e.g., parsing) and downstream applications (e.g., machine translation) perform poorly when the input contains noise such as[...]
12:00 pm Student: Andong Zhan, Johns Hopk...
Student: Andong Zhan, Johns Hopk...
Apr 27 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
LocationMalone 228AbstractOver the last decade, American hospitals have adopted electronic health records (EHRs) widely. In the next decade, incorporating EHRs with clinical decision support (CDS) together into the process of medicine has the potential to[...]
May
1
Tue
10:45 am Shriram Krishnamurthi, Brown Uni...
Shriram Krishnamurthi, Brown Uni...
May 1 @ 10:45 am – 11:45 am
LocationHackermann HallAbstractElliot Soloway’s Rainfall problem is a classic benchmark in computing education research, designed to study plan composition: how students decompose problems into tasks, solve them, and compose the solutions. Over multiple decades, locations, and[...]
May
3
Thu
10:45 am Kevin Fu, The University of Mich...
Kevin Fu, The University of Mich...
May 3 @ 10:45 am – 11:45 am
LocationHackermann HallAbstractMedical devices, autonomous vehicles, and the Internet of Things depend on the integrity and availability of trustworthy data from sensors to make safety-critical, automated decisions. How can such cyberphysical systems remain secure against an[...]
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