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Unlocking Tomorrow’s Frontiers: KFSCIS Faculty Retreat Develops Visionary Strategies

In a captivating Spring Faculty Retreat held at the Doubletree Hilton Doral, faculty members explored tomorrow’s frontiers in computer science as they focused on visionary strategies and innovations for the future. Faculty members began this year’s strategic planning by exploring
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American Express offers jobs, internships to 25 FIU students

The students, the majority of them women studying computer science, spent three weeks at the company as part of a new micro-internship program facilitated by Break Through Tech Miami Read more at FIU news

Dr. Mark Weiss Selected as New Interim Vice Dean

Interim Dean of the College of Engineering and Computing, Dr. Ines Triay, announced her first appointment in the College of Mark Allen Weiss, PhD from the Knight Foundation School of Computing and Information Sciences as the new interim vice Dean
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Researchers Embark on Pioneering Marine Carbon Dioxide Removal Research

In a groundbreaking leap toward understanding and mitigating the impacts of climate change, Florida International University (FIU) researchers are set to embark on the “SLEUTH: Spectroscopy of Oceanic Liquid Environments Using Towed Optical Sensor Heads” project. This ambitious initiative, spearheaded
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Dr. Sumit Jha Investigates New Pathways for Fabrication of In-Memory Computing Systems

KFSCIS Research Professor Sumit Jha, has launched a new, collaborative project designed to bring together expertise in formal methods, machine learning, computer-aided design, and fabrication of in-memory computing (IMC) systems. The project’s goal is to create formal methods that can
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Google Awards Prof Selcuk Uluagac an Award for “Systematically Exploring Vulnerabilities on Android.”

Prof. Selcuk Uluagac has received a $137,000 unrestricted gift from Google for “Systematically Exploring Vulnerabilities on Android.” Google has made this available as part of its growing efforts to support excellent research in academia. The project will investigate potential vulnerabilities
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KFSCIS Recognizes Top Talent

The Annual Award Ceremony at KFSCIS recognized ten outstanding staff, faculty, and students this year in a gala event at Florida International University’s College of Business Complex. Dr. Gregory Murad Reis kicked off the gala, using the magic of AI
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Is Your Car Watching You? The AI Spy

Is your car secretly keeping tabs on you? Brace yourself for a riveting revelation from Dr. Hadi Amini, an Assistant Professor at KFSCIS. In an enlightening exposé featured in The Conversation, Dr. Amini describes what the automotive world may not
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Research Symposium Highlights Innovations in Cybersecurity and AI

In an electrifying display of cutting-edge research, KFSCIS’ Research Symposium left attendees in awe as groundbreaking studies took center stage. Among the myriad of presentations, several posters and presentations stood out, pushing the boundaries of innovative research. Graduate students presented
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Unveiling Innovation: A Glimpse into the Senior Design Showcase

This year’s Senior Design Showcase or “Capstone” continues a long tradition of demonstrating the creativity and technical prowess of FIU’s Computer Science and Cybersecurity students. Over 110 students participated in this year’s event, representing 94 computer science students and 16
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TECH SUMMIT 2023 Addresses the Transformative Influence of AI

KFSCIS hosted the first annual Tech Summit 2023 which addressed the technological impact and transformative influence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) across education, healthcare, finance, and climate. FIU President Kenneth Jessell opened the event, highlighting FIU’s recent climb in rankings to
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KFSCIS Student Veterans Receive Inaugural Scholarships

Veterans are thriving in the KFSCIS educational environment, and none more prominently than Justin Casale, Luis Sanchez, and Cynthia Tounn, three KFSCIS students who were selected as inaugural recipients of FIU’s inaugural Robert Henry Stovall Military Scholarship. Justin Casales is
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