The International Capstone Project Exchange is a network of universities and companies that collaborate to give students real-world international experience without requiring travel. Using the telecommuting concept, teams of capstone students complete projects for industry partners in other countries. The exchange helps universities and companies from around the world connect. Current university and industry participants are located in North America, South American, Europe, and Australia. Our goal is to make connections around the world.
With funding from the National Science Foundation, the North Dakota State University (NDSU) Department of Computer Science and Institute for Cyber Security Education And Research are pleased to offer a unique Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) in the area of cybersecurity for cyber-physical systems.
The goal of this camp is for students to learn programming, how networks and the Internet works, and how cybersecurity is deeply interwoven into our everyday lives. Our camp curriculum will cover three core areas: programming, networking, and cybersecurity. All students will participate in each of the core areas (mornings) and will have the opportunity to choose and explore new areas with elective sessions (afternoon).
The Institute for Cyber Security Education and Research at the North Dakota State University builds upon the existing strengths of the University and its land grant mission. It aims to meet the public need for leading-edge cyber security software development and information technology practices. Through this, it serves the information technology and computing professionals, practitioners, and endpoint users who operate the public and private enterprises of the state. The Institute also facilitates the development of new knowledge and methodologies in cyber security, advancing the state-of-the-art in the field, as befits a leading research university. It works to disseminate cyber security knowledge with a student-centered approach to training future cyber security practitioners, researchers and educators. The Institute broadly serves as a nexus for cyber security excellence for the benefit of the state, the upper Midwest, the nation, and the world.