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Are you interested in programming the software that powers your favorite computer games, or learning how to prevent the next great cyber attack? Have you always had a knack for computer networking, creating mobile apps, or datamining? Dig deeper into the inner workings of your computer. Consider joining the state’s first, and best, computer science program.

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GAANN: A Doctoral Program in Big Data, Machine Learning, and Analytics for Security and Safety

PI: Sanjay Madria
Co PI's: Jagannathan Sarangapani
Sajal Das
Zhaozheng Yin
Yanjie Fu
Award amount $199,000
Award date: 10/1/18 to 9/30/19

This GAANN research program is to contribute toward the national need to address Big Data, Machine Learning and Analytics for Cyber Security and Safety in terms of Research, Education and Training. Big data is transforming science and engineering with applications in cyber security, infrastructure monitoring, and ultimately society itself. Global technological leadership in this area is important for the United States and can be sustained by educating future leaders.  With new paradigms and technologies, big data and machine learning research continues with new innovative outcomes from both industry and academia. We recognize that one of the most effective means for designing, developing, and deploying big data systems and analytical solutions for cyber security is by making technical solutions and applications relatively quickly, while making these accessible to local and state entities as well as to the government in a timely manner.  [Read more]   [Dec 17, 2018]

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Ying Zhang

Thesis: Scheduling Overhead Analysis on Multi-core System & Probability Based Scheduler for Preventing Execution Pattern Leakage
Advisors Name: Dr. George Markowsky

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