Franco-American Workshop, Information and Decision Sciences Department in the UIC College of Business Administration, October 15-17, 2016

The Fourth Franco-American Workshop hosted by the Information and Decision Sciences department in the UIC College of Business Administration to be held from October 15th through October 17th (Th

Franco-American Workshop on Cybersecurity (co-located with The 1st International Workshop on Autonomics and Cloud Security (ACS) during FAS*-2017), Tucson Arizona, Sep 22, 2017

Location: University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA 

Dates: Sep 22, 2017

Franco-American Workshop on Cybersecurity, Lyon France, Dec 11-13, 2017

Location: University of Lyon, Lyon, France

Dates: Dec 15-17, 2015

Smart Water System

Daniela Ibarra and Ashamsa Vijay presented the Smart Water System in the Student Showcase at the University of Arizona. The Smart Water System is under development at the UA-ECE Autonomic Computing Laboratory. 

Autonomous Vehicle


4th Franco-American Workshop on Cybersecurity, October 15-17, 2015

Location: Chicago Marriott at Medical District/UIC, 625 South Ashland Avenue at Harrison Street . Chicago, Illinois 60607 USA

Dates: October 15-17, 2015


Internet of Things and Home Automation


This video shows the prototype for internet of things and home automation that was developed by graduate students at the University of Arizona College of Electrical and Computer Engineering. This prototype was displayed to high school students at the Gencyber 2015 camp. The students at the camp were taught how to program in Java and were given the opportunity to write programs to control the different lights, door and fan of the house.

UA Offers Early Training in Cybersecurity

After a successful pilot, a cybersecurity training camp developed at the University of Arizona and other institutions in the U.S. has been expanded to dozens more this summer with support from the National Security Agency and the National Science Foundation.

Startup Avirtek combats hackers by scanning your cyber-DNA

Every time you use a computer, you leave behind a record of what you do, what programs you use and plenty of personal information. Tucson-based startup Avirtek wants to harness those digital fingerprints to help protect you. They call it user cyber-DNA.

Cyber security breaches, Tucson expert has the answer

TUCSON (KGUN9-TV)-- It seem likes we can't avoid it, hackers getting a hold of our personal information. In fact, recently a Russian group hacked 1.2 billion user names and passwords.
Not to mention, major companies like JP Morgan Chase issuing warnings to 76 million households.

But there is some groundbreaking work being done in a lab at the University of Arizona College of Engineering. Professor Salim Hariri has been working on software for 10 years. It would allow computer systems to manage themselves, it's called Cyber DNA.


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