Randal’s research focuses on building high-performance, scalable data systems that allow scientists to make discoveries through exploration, mining, and statistical analysis of big data. He has a particular interest in data systems for high-throughput neuroscience applications. He is a member of the Johns Hopkins Turbulence Databases group; the Kavli Neuroscience Discovery Institute; and the Institute […]
The Washington Post reports on new research that shows hackers are capable of decrypting emails protected by PGP (Pretty Good Privacy). Matthew Green, assistant professor of computer science and member of the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute, is quoted.
Suchi Saria, the John C. Malone Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science, has been selected as a Young Global Leader. Each year, the World Economic Forum bestows this honor on the world’s most distinguished leaders who are under the age of 40. Those selected are invited to become an active member of the Forum of […]
A blood-clotting “super gel.” A mobile app for heart attack recovery. A pizza-delivering drone. A souped-up walker for pediatric ICU patients. Johns Hopkins engineering students have plenty to show off on Tuesday at the annual Design Day.
Congratulations to all of our 2018 Whiting School of Engineering Convocation and department awardees. See below for a complete listing of department and school awards and honorees: Department Awards: CS+X Award – Gianluca Silva Croso Michael J.Muuss Research Award– Srihari Mohan and GiacomoTaylor Most Valuable Peer Award – Joshan Bajaj Outstanding Course Assistant Award – Hamima […]
Jonathan Grassbaugh, who graduated from JHU in 2003, was killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq in 2007.
Nine PhD students from the Department of Computer Science traveled west to attend the annual Grad CoHort Workshop. The Grad CoHort, sponsored by the Computing Research Association, aims to increase the ranks of senior women in computing-related studies and research by building and mentoring nationwide communities of women through their graduate studies. The workshop hosts women […]
On the third day of the conference, Matthew Green, a cryptographer and assistant professor at Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute, had the honor of presenting an invited talk on the 30-year history of cryptocurrencies.
The John C. Malone Assistant Professorship was endowed by the generosity of John C. Malone ’64, ’69 to support outstanding Whiting School faculty members within the Malone Center for Engineering in Healthcare.