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November 16, 2012

Samantha Kleinberg's book Causality, Probability, and Time published by Cambridge University Press

Computer Science professor Samantha Kleinberg's first book Causality, Probability, and Time has just been published by Cambridge University Press.

Causality is a key part of many fields and facets of life, from finding the relationship between diet and disease to discovering the reason for a particular stock market crash. Despite centuries of work in philosophy and decades of computational research, automated inference and explanation remain an open problem. In particular, the timing and ...read more

October 4, 2012

Stevens Researcher Wins NSF Grant to Ensure the Security of Growing Mobile App Market

Mobile applications are quickly becoming the new Web, assuming many of the tasks that a few short years ago could only be carried out on a desktop or laptop computer. They give people the ability to view a restaurant menu, plan a trip, play a game and even conduct banking transactions from their mobile phones and tablets. According to a comScore survey of US mobile ...read more

September 27, 2012

NSF Funds Unique Motion Capture Robotics Lab

Motion capture technology has revolutionized filmmaking and video games, animating fantastic characters with realistic movements. In 2010, the Microsoft Kinect, a peripheral for the Xbox 360, began capturing the movements of players, allowing them to control video game characters with their bodies.  The 2009 movie Avatar used large-volume motion capture and advanced methods of capturing facial expressions to allow director James Cameron to create one of the most simultaneously imaginative and imme ...read more

August 27, 2012

Samantha Kleinberg joins CS Department

Samantha Kleinberg has joined the Computer Science Department as an Assistant Professor. She received her PhD in Computer Science from New York University in 2010 and was a Computing Innovation Fellow at Columbia University in the Department of Biomedical informatics from 2010-2012. Her research centers on developing methods for analyzing large-scale, complex, time-series data. In particular, her work develops methods for finding causes and automatically generating explanations for events, which faci ...read more

August 13, 2012

Sven Dietrich elected Vice Chair of the Technical Activities Committee of the IEEE

Dr. Sven Dietrich, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the Stevens Institute of Technology, has been elected Vice Chair for the IEEE Computer Society Technical Activities Committee. As Internet technology continues to dominate business and culture, Dr. Dietrich is at the front lines of protecting computers and networks from cyberattacks such as botnets and denial of service attacks.

Dr. Sven Dietrich

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June 27, 2012

A Cybersecurity Paradigm Shift: Post-Quantum Cryptography

PhD Candidates working with Dr. Nicolosi

Cybersecurity has transformed into an everyday reality for all users of Internet-connected devices.  Joining wireless networks, shopping or paying bills online, logging into password-protected Web accounts, and toting always-connected mobile devices presents a constant security challenge.  Cisco estimates that 1 trillion unique devices will be connected to the Internet by the year 2013, amplifying issues of information security and reliability ...read more

June 20, 2012

Mozilla Ignite: Designing the Internet of the Future

Mozilla and the National Science Foundation are calling for innovative applications that will define the unlimited internet of the future. The open innovation challenge, which has been dubbed Ignite, will disburse a total of $500,000 over the course of the program to fund and support the best next-generation apps.

The challenge begins with a “Brainstorming Round” where anyone can submit and dis ...read more

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