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Bertino and Hussain Author CCC White Paper on 5G Security and Privacy

The Computing Community Consortium (CCC) released a white paper titled "5G Security and Privacy – A Research Roadmap." The white paper, authored by Bertino with Hussain and Chowdhury (University of Iowa), aims to stimulate conversation around a research roadmap for the security of 5G-related technologies.

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SOL4CE Cyber/Cyber-Physical Laboratory opens at Purdue University

Dongyan Xu, Samuel D. Conte Professor of Computer Science and Director of CERIAS is the first to conduct research deployed on the SOL4CE laboratory.

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CS Professors Prepared for Learning Remotely

The department was quickly able to optimize learning remotely for students. Faculty and staff have worked to transfer lectures, labs, and office hours to online platforms - incorporating course resources and tools available through the university.

Purdue Innovative Learning | Guide to Learning Remotely

Starting March 23, Purdue students will be learning remotely. Use this website for orientation as all teaching and learning is happening online through the end of spring semester.

Wang, Bagchi & Zhang win Best Paper Award for mobile crowdsensing

A Purdue CS and ECE team comprising faculty members He Wang and Saurabh Bagchi, working with AT&T Labs Research has won the best paper award at the recently concluded 17th ACM International Conference on Embedded Wireless Systems and Networks (EWSN) at Lyon, France.

COVID-19 Update from President Daniels and Provost Akridge

The global outbreak of COVID-19 continues to warrant the attention of each and every one of us as we work together to keep our students, staff, and faculty safe and healthy.

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