11/08/2018 - 15:15 CSL graduate student Kartik Palani is working to protect power grids from cyberattacks along with researchers from Dartmouth University as part of a project called PhasorSec.
11/08/2018 - 13:45 Computer systems protect their valuable assets with layers of protection, much like a castle has a moat, an outer wall, an inner wall, and a keep. Cyber attackers get around these defenses by comprising one computer at a time. Illinois researchers are trying to prevent these "stepping stone" style attacks.
11/08/2018 - 09:45 A team of researchers is building a wireless and scalable sensory infrastructure that will help scientists better understand the conditions under which their experiments succeed or fail.
11/02/2018 - 09:00 Parenting a toddler is like flying a drone. While parents may not be able to predict toddlers’ actions, designers of drone swarms could soon understand the correct behavior of a group of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) thanks to the research of CSL Assistant Professor Sibin Mohan.
10/31/2018 - 13:15 Today’s kids may be digital natives, but Sibin Mohan, CSL Research Assistant Professor and his students wanted to introduce them to the technology behind computers.
10/25/2018 - 09:15 Just as a chain is only as strong as its weakest link, a supercomputer is only as strong as its weakest support structure. Researchers have spent years improving the security of computers themselves, but any system supporting the environment have to be better protected as well.
10/24/2018 - 09:45 CSL Professor Mark Hasegawa-Johnson is expanding opportunities for students to explore artificial intelligence in consideration of how many companies are now pursuing students with a background in artificial intelligence.
10/19/2018 - 09:45 Ashwin Kanhere was awarded “Best Presentation of the Session” for his paper that demonstrated how laser measurements can help compensate for GPS loss in noisy environments.
10/17/2018 - 14:00 CSL Assistant Professor Masooda Bashir has been named the iSchool's Centennial Scholar for 2018-2019. The award recognizes outstanding accomplishments and/or professional promise in the field of library and information science.
10/16/2018 - 09:45 AI has enabled advances in many industries, including healthcare, finance, transportation, and now public utilities, specifically wastewater management. At the forefront of this new area of research is CSL’s Lav Varshney.
10/15/2018 - 14:15 In the 1960s, street dancers popularized “The Robot,” a dance that describes the stiff, mechanical motion of the artificial beings. But what if robots weren’t so, well, robotic? What if they could jimmy and jive just like humans? That is the fundamental idea behind a recently funded project involving CSL professor Yuliy Baryshnikov.
10/15/2018 - 10:45 CSL Professor Les Allen recently received a three-year grant from NSF to fund his group’s research in thermodynamics of small material and an outreach partnership with the Blackfeet tribe, a Native American group in Montana.
10/11/2018 - 13:00 An increase in wireless application demand has put the radio frequency spectrums used for wireless communication in a crunch for space, often resulting in slower response times. CSL researchers are trying to combat this issue.
10/10/2018 - 11:15 For many people, ‘the cloud’ describes a misunderstood space where photos and documents are stored. To ITI researchers, the cloud is the future of electric grids.
10/10/2018 - 10:45 In collaboration with the Semiconductor Research Corporation, the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) has announced CSL Professor Naresh R Shanbhag as one of two winners of its 2018 University Research Awards. Shanbhag will receive his award at the SIA Annual Award Dinner on November 29, 2018, in San Jose, CA.
NCPRE-based Confronting Challenges in Academic Units Consortium surveys professional development for academic leaders, calls for action10/08/2018 - 13:30 The Confronting Challenges in Academic Units Consortium presents a new resource, Academic Leadership Development. This white paper surveys professional development programs for those new to leadership positions in academia.
09/27/2018 - 08:45 Each year, dozens of students submit their work to the ACM SIGCOMM Conference Student Research Competition. Last month, after three rounds of competition, third-year doctoral student Suraj Jog was announced as the overall winner of his division.
09/26/2018 - 16:00 One of the most unique evolutionary aspects of humans is the ability to cooperate flexibly in large numbers. As part of his new research project CSL Professor Pramod Viswanath is trying to mimic how trust among humans drives societies, as an inspiration for building new blockchain technology with applications in cryptocurrencies.