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Cybersecurity publications featured in 3D Printing Industry

06/26/2017
Two of Asst. Professor Jeremy Straub’s recent cybersecurity publications at the SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing conference were the topic of a feature article on industry news website 3D Printing Industry.  The website is known as “the authority on 3D printing” and publishes “the most widely read newsletter in the 3D printing industry” (the article discussing Straub’s work was also featured in this newsletter).  The work that was highlighted discusses techniques aimed at preventing and detecting cyber-attacks that could cause object defects and other issues.  Read the article at: 3dprintingindustry.com/news/additive-manufacturing-cybersecurity-how-to-protect-3d-printers-from-cyber-attack-116677/ 

Computer Science student will spend the summer at a REU program in Florida

06/19/2017
Ayushi Saxena has been selected to participate in the Florida Institute of Technology BioMath REU program this summer. Ms. Saxena will be working as part of a team with Drs. Munevver Subasi, Ersoy Subasi, Lisa Moore, and David Carroll, on a project that involves understanding the molecular basis of cancer cell growth. Florida Institute of Technology is in Melbourne, FL.

EPSCoR NATURE students learn about research labs

06/19/2017
Four students from the North Dakota EPSCoR NATURE program recently learned about research in the laboratories of Computer Science faculty members Jun Kong and Jeremy Straub.  Ryan and LaShae, who did research in Kong's lab, studied human computer interaction.  Rick and Anthony, who researched in Straub's lab, focused on the design and control of 3D printed high altitude UAVs.  Kong and Straub were honored with certificates of appreciation from ND EPSCoR and the NATURE program for guiding the students.  Computer Science faculty members Anne Denton, Simone Ludwig, along with Kong and Straub, also gave presentations to the NATURE students as part of their research tour on June 7th.

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