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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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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CS' Suchi Saria named a 2018 Sloan Research Fellow

"Saria has a vision for health care that is able to save lives through complex computer science."

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Spring 2018 HopHacks Kicks off Engineers Week

The week kicks off on Friday, Feb. 16 with HopHacks, the annual Johns Hopkins "hacking" marathon in which students are challenged to develop a new tech solution or product within 36 hours.

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CS’ Gregory Hager named a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery

Hager was recognized for contributions to vision-based robotics and to computer-enhanced interventional medicine.

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LocationHackerman Hall, B-17AbstractMobile devices are now the most common way users handle digital information and interact with online services. Different actors, trusting each other in different ways, compose the mobile ecosystem. Users interact with apps,[...]
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LocationHackerman Hall, B-17AbstractDatacenters host a wide range of today’s low-latency applications. To meet their strict latency requirements at scale, datacenter networks are designed as topologies that can provide a large number of parallel paths between[...]
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LocationHackerman Hall, B-17AbstractMachine learning (ML) systems are increasingly deployed in safety- and security-critical domains such as self-driving cars and malware detection, where the system correctness for corner case inputs are crucial. Existing testing of ML[...]
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LocationHackerman Hall, B-17AbstractIn the past decade there has been a significant increase in the collection of personal information and communication metadata (with whom users communicate, when, how often) by governments, Internet providers, companies, and universities.[...]
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LocationHackerman Hall, B-17AbstractComputing devices play a more significant role in our lives than ever before, so it is more important than ever for them to understand who we are as people on a deep level.[...]
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