Computer Science and Center for Research in Computer Vision

Events This Week

Tuesday, March 28, 2017
  • CANCELED: FIXING THE PHONE: DESIGNING STRONG AUTHENTICATION FOR TELEPHONY

    HEC: 101

    Billions of users trust the telephone network with their most sensitive communications, including commerce, banking, industry, and personal communications. These users trust that the telephone network functions reliably despite the fact that telephones are the instrument of billions of dollars of fraud and abuse annually. This fraud is possible because telephony networks, including landline, cellular, and VoIP, have weak or ...

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Wednesday, March 29, 2017
  • INTRUSION DETECTION/INTRUSION PREVENTION SYSTEMS

    Student Union: 224: Egmont Key Meeting Room

    Cyber-security issues affect organizations at all levels due to their dependences on computerized network technologies and their underlying infrastructures. Despite the best efforts, and best practice approaches, networked environments continue to face ever increasing threats. Trojan horses, worms, viruses, malware, DoS and DoS, backdoor attacks, SQL injections, and malicious spyware are but a few of the risks facing today’s mission ...

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Thursday, March 30, 2017
  • CANCELED: LIFE IN HIGH-DIMENSIONAL SPACE: MODELING SEQUENTIAL CHANGES IN GENE EXPRESSION

    HPA 2: Room 345

    Differences in gene expression play a crucial role in determining the tremendous variety of cellular properties within the human body. Therefore, understanding the gene expression differences among cells that differ in function, developmental stage, and disease state is a fundamental problem in biomedical research that has implications for diverse fields including regenerative medicine, developmental biology, cancer research, and neuroscience. Advances ...

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