Faculty members conduct research that covers a gamut of information security issues, including database security, secure networks, cryptography, intrusion detection, quality of information, and policies on unsolicited e-mail, privacy, passive and active defense, and international cooperation to deal with cyber crime and terrorism.

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Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology say solving the world’s growing information security problems will demand tough choices involving tradeoffs in cost, convenience and computing performance.

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The College of Computing is pleased to announce that Assistant Professor Constantine Dovrolis is the recipient of the NSF CAREER award for his proposal entitled "Putting Measurements to Work: Design and Evaluation of Measurement-Driven Network Mechanisms."

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"Data Streaming Algorithms for Efficient and Accurate Estimation of Flow Size Distribution", a paper by CoC Ph.D. students Abhishek Kumar and Min-Ho Sung, their Ph.D. thesis advisor Professor Jun (Jim) Xu, and AT&T collaborator Dr. Jia Wang, won the Best Student Paper Award from the highly prestigious ACM SIGMETRICS/IFIP PERFORMANCE 2004 Joint International Conference on Measurement and Modeling of Computer Systems

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CoC Asst. Professor Yannis Smaragdakis, David Zook, and Shan Shan Huang have won Best Paper Award at GPCE '04 with their paper entitled "Generating AspectJ Programs with Meta-AspectJ".

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The National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security have announced that the Georgia Tech Information Security Center (GTISC) will remain among the National Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education.

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The College of Computing would like to congratulate the winners of the Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award for 2003-2004 - Gabriel Brostow and Christian Poellabauer.

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A new computer vision system for automated analysis of animal movement—honey bee activities, in particular—is expected to accelerate animal behavior research, which also has implications for biologically inspired design of robots and computers.

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The National Science Board, the 24-member policy advisory group for the National Science Foundation, has authorized a fund to create a National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN) composed of 13 university sites that will form an integrated system of national facilities for nanoscale science and research.

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Ralph Merkle, Distinguished Professor of Computing & Director of the Georgia Institute of Technology Information Security Center, knows his contributions to the development of public key cryptography could have received more attention.

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“When I came to Georgia Tech for graduate school, I was interested in working in computer graphics and with virtual reality, so this project was a good fit,” said Tazama St. Julien, third year computer science Ph.D. student. “The visit to the actual fire training ground and seeing fires up close and personal was pretty interesting and fun.”

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The Georgia Tech Student Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (gtACM) won 2nd place at the Southeastern Regional of the 2003 ACM programming competition held in Daytona Beach, Florida.

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Phyllis Schneck has been named one of top 25 most influential women in information security by Information Security Magazine.

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Recent Georgia Tech graduate V. Blair Dowling, who is passionate about mathematics and is a fierce competitor in Ultimate Frisbee, will soon become part of a much larger team.

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College of Computing researchers create some of the fastest detailed simulations ever to improve network performance.

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Annie Anton has been selected for the The Defense Science Study Group (DSSG), which allows leaders in science and technology to get involved in national security. 

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Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have created the fastest detailed computer simulations of computer networks ever constructed—simulating networks containing more than 5 million network elements.

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Cyber Corps, a scholarship opportunity for students in either the Department of Defense Information Assurance Scholarship Program or the NSF Scholarship for Service Program, is designed to increase and strengthen the cadre of Federal information assurance professionals that protect the government's critical information infrastructure.

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Ralph Merkle will be joining the College of Computing faculty as Professor of Computing and director of GTISC, reporting to the Office of the Provost, effective September 8.

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One course offered as a pilot this spring in the College of Computing may forever change the landscape for non-CS majors.

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College of Computing Alum Krishna Bharat, a principal scientist at Google, has been given the 2003 World Technology Awards for work in media and journalism.

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CoC Imlay Dean and Distinguished Professor of Computing Rich DeMillo participated in a panel discussion held at the Coca-Cola Headquarters on May 14.Read More

The Atlanta Electronic Commerce Forum (AECF) announced today that 15 exhibitors have been confirmed for its 12th annual EC Day, a one-day conference to be held on Thursday, May 22, 2003 in Atlanta, Georgia.

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In 1998, Amy Bruckman started a new initiative in the College of Computing to encourage undergraduates to take part in research: the Undergraduate Research Opportunities in Computing (UROC) Program.

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Someday soon grocery shoppers using wireless personal digital assistants (PDA) may be able to interact with a store's computer system to locate items and learn about special promotions. 

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Georgia Tech College of Computing Professor Mostafa Ammar has been named Regents’ Professor, effective July 1.

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If your computer screen is covered with Web browser windows to let you monitor the news headlines, weather, traffic and stock market while you work, you might be suffering from information overload. 

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Security professionals throughout the Southeast will gather at the Cobb Galleria May 21-22 to promote the ideals of fostering communication between security professionals and technology leaders, to discuss best practices and to bind that body of thought in a public/private partnership with government.

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The Georgia Tech College of Computing’s Thomas E. Noonan Distinguished Lecture in Information Security will host the Honorable Anita K. Jones Thursday, April 3rd at 3 p.m. in room 117 of Georgia Tech’s Smithgall Student Services Building.

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Dr. Richard A. DeMillo, Imlay Dean and Distinguished Professor of Computing, announced today three additions to the College of Computing (CoC) administrative team.

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The College of Computing at Georgia Tech has announced plans to form a committee with the task of developing a new Ph.D. program in Human-Centric Computing (HCC).

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