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Save the Date: December 2nd Senior Design Project Showcase

College of Engineering & Computing (CEC) will hold Fall 2022 Senior Design Project Showcase on December 2nd, 2022 at the FIU Wellness and Recreational Center (WRC) from 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The senior design showcase brings several undergraduate students
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Professor S. S. Iyengar invited to present Keynote address at the 7th INTERPOL Digital Forensic Expert Group

Professor S. S. Iyengar has been invited to present the keynote address at the 7th INTERPOL Digital Forensic Expert Group (DFEG) Meeting from 8-10 Nov 2022 in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India. The international INTERPOL meeting is one of the most important conferences for professionals from law
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World’s largest computing society honors FIU engineering professor with top education award

Mark Allen Weiss, an associate dean of the College of Engineering and Computing and distinguished professor of computer science at FIU, is being honored with the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Karl V. Karlstrom Outstanding Educator Award for advancing the
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Computer Science program ascending in national and world rankings

Twelve FIU programs were ranked in the top 50 in their category among public universities in the U.S., according to the 2022 QS World University Rankings. Among these was the Computer Science program ascending in national and world rankings. Read more
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UPE hosts Shellhacks 2022 – Florida’s largest hackathon

A drowsy college student peels himself out of a sleeping bag as the morning sun illuminates the Kovens Conference Center. Spread out around him, coders sit at round tables, clicking away on their keyboards. A woman in an FIU sweater paces back and
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Congratulations to the College of Engineering & Computing (CEC) faculty named FIU Top Scholars

Interim President Kenneth A. Jessel and Interim Provost Elizabeth Bejar are honoring four CEC faculty members as 2022 Top Scholars for excelling in research, creative work, publications, and other areas. Maria Christina ChartersDepartment: Knight Foundation School of Computing and Information
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Wearable devices could help predict seizures

For the more than three million Americans who suffer from epilepsy, seizures can be life or death events. FIU researchers from the Knight Foundation School of Computing and Information Services (KFSCIS) are working to make life safer for these patients
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Women can do what with computing? Students learn different ways computing is intertwined with everyday fields at Break Through Tech Miami’s Summer Guild Workshop

Twenty FIU students from diverse majors and backgrounds came together over a five-day workshop with one common interest: to explore how computing can be a career for them. Break Through Tech Miami’s inaugural Summer Guild took place at FIU’s PG-6
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FIU awarded over $2M to prepare students for careers in cybersecurity

Cyber Florida has awarded FIU more than $2 million to fund four projects focused on educating and preparing students for careers in cybersecurity and information technology.   These grants, funded by the Cybersecurity and Information Technology Pathways (Cyber/IT Pathways) program, will
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UPE Spring Kickoff Meeting

UPE Spring Kickoff Meeting, Miami Hack Week, Web Development Workshop, Design Workshop, and More!

On the first month of the Spring semester, Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE), the largest student technology organization at Florida International University (FIU), started off with a week of tabling, followed by the Spring Kickoff Meeting, plus a Web Development Workshop
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Alumnus earns national award for work in blockchain, game theory in cyber security

Charles Kamhoua M.S. ’08, Ph.D. ’11, an alumnus from FIU’s College of Engineering and Computing, recently won the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE-USA) Harry Diamond Memorial Award. The honor recognizes U.S. government individuals “for contribution and leadership
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Dr. Julio Ibarra presents his NSF-sponsored AmLight Express and Protect network project

Dr. Julio Ibarra, Research Professor at KFSCIS and FIU Assistant Vice President for Technology Augmented Research will present his NSF-sponsored AmLight Express and Protect (AmLight-ExP) network project linking Africa-LATAM-Caribbean on Thursday, Jan 13, 2022, at 11:00am via ZOOM. The AmLight-Exp
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