QR Codes Engineered Into Cybersecurity Protection
QR, or Quick Response, codes – those commonly black and white boxes that people scan with a smartphone to learn more about something – have been u. . .
Prof. Park wins an NSF CAREER Award
Four Engineering faculty members have won CAREER awards, each receiving $500,000 from the National Science Foundation (NSF). One of them is Prof. Su. . .
Prof. Tehranipoor elected to CASE
Three UConn engineering faculty members – Drs. Alexander Shvartsman, Mark Tehranipoor and Ki Chon – will be inducted into the Connecticut Academ. . .
Experts Talk Cybersecurity At CSI Panel Discussion
Given the fact that the most common password for computer users is “password,” and the second most common is “12345,” cybersecurity is an issu. . .
Marten Van Dijk Part Of A Team Of Researchers Securing Cloud Computing
As cloud computing becomes a more popular option, concerns about its security have come to the forefront. UConn’s Marten van Dijk (ECE) is part of a. . .
Quing Zhu Receives CT Bioscience Innovation Funding
Quing Zhu, professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering and Biomedical Engineering, will receive $500,000 in funding from the Connecticut Biosci. . .
Omer Khan Part Of Team Designing Faster Computer Chip
Omer Khan, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, is part of a team of researchers designing a chip that has proved faster an. . .
Dipayan Ghosh: From Storrs To The White House
This semester, Dipayan Ghosh (B.S. Electrical Engineering ’10) is interning at the White House, where he’s working on technology policy issues in . . .
Brewing Coffee with Bluetooth
For their Senior Design Project, four UConn electrical and computer engineering students, in collaboration with iDevices, modified a Keurig coffee mak. . .
Improving the Security of Nanoscale Computer Devices
The U.S. Department of Defense has awarded a $7.5 million grant to the University of Connecticut, University of Maryland, and Rice University to suppo. . .
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