The Information & Telecommunication Technology Center (ITTC) will receive a $2 million gift from Silicon Valley financial technology company Ripple to research technologies related to blockchain, cryptocurrency and digital payments.
EECS PhD Graduate Wins the IEEE Aerospace & Electronic Systems Society 2018 Robert T Hill Best Dissertation Award
A recent University of Kansas graduate has won international recognition for his dissertation proposing innovative advances to radar technology.Patrick McCormick, an
EECS doctoral student Kailani Jones was awarded the KU Chancellor's Doctoral Fellowship in fall 2018.
Professor Shontz Receives NSF Support to Develop a Novel Computational Framework for Cardiac Biomechanics
The National Science Foundation is supporting Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Professor Suzanne Shontz and her colleagues at Rochester Institute of Technology to develop a novel computational framework for cardiac biomechanics.
Rebekah Manweiler and Erick Oduniyi won 3rd place in the undergraduate poster competition at the 2018 ACM Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing Conference in Orlando, Florida. Manweiler is a senior in computer science. Oduniyi a senior in computer engineering.
With a goal of improving teaching methods for K-12 educators to deliver cybersecurity content, K – 12 educators from Kansas and around the country gathered at Eaton Hall in July for the 3rd annual GenCyber summer camp.
EECS Selected for NSA “Lablet” to Improve Security for Internet of Things with ‘Big-Thinking’ Research
EECS is leading a multidisciplinary effort at KU that will tackle the fundamental science underpinning the security of the Internet of Things (IoT), through a prestigious designation from the National Security Agency.
The EECS Information Security Club cyber defense team competed in the Argonne National Labs Cyber Defense Competition in April 2018. The team was comprised of three club members in computer science from the Lawrence campus and three members from information technology from the Edwards campus.
KU’s Information Security Club, the JayHackers, participated virtually in the At-Large Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (ALCCDC).