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Purdue announces new computer science department head

Purdue announces new computer science department head

06-17-2019

Professor Dongyan Xu has been named the next head of the Department of Computer Science at Purdue University. He begins his position Sept. 1.


Protecting privacy at the ballot box: Secure multiparty computation work could do this and more

Protecting privacy at the ballot box: Secure multiparty computation work could do this and more

06-05-2019

Computer science and computer engineering researchers at Purdue (in both security and programming languages) are working together on a task to develop secure multiparty applications, making the technology accessible outside the realm of experts. The project, named HACCLE, recently was awarded grant funding by IARPA’s Homomorphic Encryption Computing Techniques with Overhead Reduction and will receive up to $10.7 million.


Predicting protein function and annotating complex pathways

Predicting protein function and annotating complex pathways

05-16-2019

Professor Daisuke Kihara and team have created novel computational approaches for predicting protein functions. The team’s methods challenge the logic behind conventional protein function studies and propose tools that may better capture the complicated nature of protein interactions in biological processes.


Purdue CS honors students at the annual awards banquet

Purdue CS honors students at the annual awards banquet

05-10-2019

The Computer Science faculty, staff, and students celebrated the fellowships, awards, and scholarships of the department at the annual Computer Science Awards Banquet.


Bertino shares her start in CS and cybersecurity

Bertino shares her start in CS and cybersecurity

05-07-2019

Professor Elisa Bertino shares her insights about choosing a career in computer science, her perspective as a woman in the field, especially cybersecurity, and her broad areas of expertise in the field in the interview by ACM.


The right information at the right time

The right information at the right time

05-01-2019

Bharat Bhargava believes that artificial intelligence, as part of a new research consortium and team project could provide assistance following natural catastrophe or man-made crises, using machine learning and data analysis to coordinate relief. His project team is one of three to share in three years of funding totaling more than $1.2 million from Northrop Grumman Corp. as part of the Research in Applications of Learning Machines (REALM) consortium.


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