News for the GT Computing Community
March 3, 2017
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GT Computing Goes Big at Premier Cybersecurity Symposium
A new method for mobile location privacy, a vulnerability that lets cyberattackers control more than 91 percent of an operating system, and a safeguard that secretly bootstraps memory space to protect against corruption attacks are just a few of the advances Georgia Tech researchers, students, and faculty shared this week in San Diego, Calif., at the Network and Distributed System Security Symposium – one of the information security community's premier international events. Read more>>

 News

Professional Programs Recognized for Innovation and Value
  • OMS CS raising the bar for online education
  • March 1
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Research Reveals Threat to Linux Kernel
  • Once overlooked, memory bug seen as critical attack vector  
  • March 1
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School of CSE Faculty Member Earns Promotion
  • Le Song advancing to associate professor
  • Feb. 28
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School of IC Asst. Profs. Earn Research Awards
  • Dhruv Batra & Devi Parikh receiving recognition from ONR, Google
  • Feb. 27
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School of CSE Hosts Distingushed Lecturer
  • UC Berkeley's James Demmel  on improving efficiency of moving data 
  • Feb. 27
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Thad Starner named to prestigious CHI Academy
  • Thad Starner adding to list of IC faculty in prestigious group
  • Feb. 24
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 Bits & Bytes

• Congratulations to second-year computer science major Animesh Fatehpuria for taking second place at the Bloomberg Global CodeCon 2017. Animesh faced off against 140 competitors from across the U.S., Canada, and Europe in the grueling, two-hour coding challenge. CS majors Mason Liu and Matthew Fahrbach also did well at the event, with both placing in the top 50.

• Turing Award laureate and UC Berkeley Professor Richard Karp is presenting the annual Alberto Apostolico Memorial Lecture, March 13 at 11 a.m. in Klaus 1116. Karp's presentation, The Colorful Connected Subgraph Problem, details "a simple, fast heuristic algorithm" that can find perfect solutions to NP-hard problems that are seen in a variety of contexts including protein-protein interaction networks, social networks, and sensor networks. 

Please send your contributions for Bits & Bytes to Ben Snedeker at albert.snedeker@cc.gatech.edu.

 Events

March 6
TEDxGeorgia Tech Student Speaker Salon
7 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Student Center Ballroom
March 9
IPaT Thursday Think Tank
Emerging Technology and a More Accessible/Inclusive Workplace
4 p.m. - 5 p.m.
75 5th Street NW Suite 600, Atlanta, GA 30308
March 10
Cybersecurity Lecture Series
Shan Chen, Georgia Tech
Human Computing for Handling Strong Corruptions in Authenticated Key Exchange
Noon - 1 p.m.
Klaus Bldg., Rm. 1116W
March 13
Alberto Apostlico Memorial Lecture
Richard Karp, UC Berkeley
The Colorful Connected Subgraph Problem
11 a.m.
Klaus Bldg., Rm. 1116
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