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Dr. Gaby Dagher Speaks at FBI Cyber Task Force Meeting

On January 29, 2019 Dr. Gaby Dagher presented to the 2019 2nd Quarter Cyber Task Force (CTF) Meeting held by the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) Salt Lake City Field Office at eBay’s campus in Draper, Utah. Sharing the work … (Read More) Dr. Gaby Dagher Speaks at FBI Cyber Task Force Meeting

Researchers Awarded Grant to Advance Water Modeling Across Continent

Brianne Phillips, Boise State Communications and Marketing –  Two Boise State University researchers have been awarded a $700,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to support the transdisciplinary scholarship of Assistant Professor of Computer Science Cathie Olschanowsky and Associate … (Read More) Researchers Awarded Grant to Advance Water Modeling Across Continent

Daniele Moro – Finalist for CRA Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award

Daniele Moro Daniele Moro continues to be recognized for his scholarship and achievement in undergraduate research, being named as a finalist for the Computer Research Association’s (CRA) Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award, an award that recognizes undergraduate students in North American colleges … (Read More) Daniele Moro – Finalist for CRA Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award

Helping the Idaho Secretary of State Transform Election Cybersecurity

In 2017, the Harvard Kennedy School released a set of cybersecurity guidelines to raise awareness and provide cybersecurity best practices for campaign and election professionals. With the help of these guidelines, the Department of Computer Science with Dr. Hoda Mehrpouyan … (Read More) Helping the Idaho Secretary of State Transform Election Cybersecurity

Research Team Gets $1.2 Million NSF Grant for Work on Child Adaptive Search Tool

A Boise State University research team recently was awarded nearly $1.2 million from the National Science Foundation to develop an internet search user interface tailored to the skills and needs of children ranging from 6-11 years old. Over the four-year … (Read More) Research Team Gets $1.2 Million NSF Grant for Work on Child Adaptive Search Tool

Edoardo Serra, Francesca Spezzano and Mikel Joaristi

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Boise State to Host Big Data Experts from the West

By: Sherry Squires   Published 8:20 am / August 28, 2018 The effective, ethical use of “big data” poses great opportunity, as well as great challenges, and solving those challenges will require big thinking from a variety of perspectives. Boise State University … (Read More) Boise State to Host Big Data Experts from the West

Tim Andersen Presents at NSF REDCON

At the third NSF REDCON conference, July 9-10 in Arlington, VA Tim Andersen, Professor, presented a poster detailing administrative, curricular and industry collaboration activities developments designed to produce sustainable change in computer science education. The REDCON (Revolutionizing Engineering [and Computer Science] … (Read More) Tim Andersen Presents at NSF REDCON

Research Team Gets $1.2 Million NSF Grant for Work on Child Adaptive Search Tool

SHERRY SQUIRES, Boise State Communications and Marketing – A Boise State University research team recently was awarded nearly $1.2 from the National Science Foundation to develop an internet search user interface tailored to the skills and needs of children ranging from … (Read More) Research Team Gets $1.2 Million NSF Grant for Work on Child Adaptive Search Tool

Sole Pera and Jerry Fails Co-Organize KidRec

Sole Pera, assistant professor, and Jerry Fails, associate professor, co-organized KidRec, an interactive workshop held in Trondheim, Norway. This year’s theme was on Recommender Systems (RS) in the educational domain for children. KidRec congregates researchers and experts from multiple disciplines, in … (Read More) Sole Pera and Jerry Fails Co-Organize KidRec