09/24/2008 - 11:46pm The Information Trust Institute (ITI) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has just won $1.25 million in funding from the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) to support scholarships for undergraduate students who are working towards careers in information trust.
09/24/2008 - 5:46am University of Illinois doctoral student Juan S. Mejia has won the second-place award in the Boeing Company's prestigious Engineering Student of the Year Award competition, and two other Illinois students received Honorable Mention honors.
09/08/2008 - 5:46am NCASSR co-Directors Von Welch and Randy Butler recently discussed their work to help law enforcement agencies investigate crimes that occur in cyberspace.
09/08/2008 - 5:46am Aided by a $1.1 million grant from NASA, computer science researchers at the University of Illinois are investigating new data mining techniques for analyzing flight safety data. The project aims to find computing methods to better understand anomalous flight events and improve airline safety.
07/16/2008 - 5:46am When University of Illinois alumnus and Microsoft researcher Shuo Chen returned to campus to discuss his work to find web browser bugs that were very hard to research, CS professor and ITI researcher Sam King and his research team--PhD students Shuo Tang and Chris Grier--found inspiration.
07/16/2008 - 5:46am ITI member and computer science professor Sam King and a research team that consisted of Ph.D. students Joseph Tucek, Anthony Cozzie, Chris Grier, and Weihang Jiang, along with ITI member and computer science professor YY Zhou, have demonstrated the design and implementation of malicious hardware chips they call Illinois Malicious Processors (IMPs).
07/14/2008 - 5:46am The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is part of a six-university collaborative cyber security initiative that has been selected by the U.S. Department of Defense to receive a projected 7-year, $7.4 million grant.
07/09/2008 - 5:46am The Information Trust Institute (ITI) at the University of Illinois recently held a national workshop in Fontana, Wisconsin as a step in addressing a growing national concern: the disproportionately heavy impact of the U.S.'s aging workforce problem on the power industry.
07/02/2008 - 5:46am A paper co-authored by Professor David M. Nicol and his student Nabil Schear has brought home the Best Paper award from the 22nd ACM/IEEE/SCS Workshop on Principles of Advanced and Distributed Simulation (PADS 2008).