Cybersecurity Center News News

Computer science associate professor jiawei yuan in the library at umass dartmouth
Jiawei Yuan receives $240K NSF grant

Dr. Jiawei Yuan, associate professor of computer and information science, was recently awarded a $240K grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to promote cybersecurity education.

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Charlton faculty complete study on organizations' cyberattack preparedness

Companies move forward in their battle against cyber threats

UMass Dartmouth faculty receive CyberCorps grant at NSF ceremony
The CyberCorps Scholarship for Service: Accelerating Cybersecurity Education, Scholarship and Service

UMass Dartmouth received a $3.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation to advance the study of cybersecurity and prepare students for future careers in the field.

Lance Fiondella meeting with graduate students
UMass Dartmouth receives $500K Skills Capital Grant Program award

The funding will be used to create an Intelligent Industrial Robotics and Cybersecurity Testbed to support students and gain career-relevant technical experience.

Gokhan Kul
UMass Dartmouth Cybersecurity Center recognized

The Center recently garnered a designation certificate presented at the National Center of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity Designation Ceremony.

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SMART Scholarship awardees

College of Engineering students selected for the SMART Scholarship receive full tuition, annual stipends, & guaranteed employment with the Department of Defense.

Hong Liu
National Science Foundation awards Professor Hong Liu $79K

In response to evolving cybersecurity challenges, Dr. Liu and collaborators will pilot a model for the co-creation of cross-disciplinary educational content to help prepare students for success in the workforce.

Ruolin Zhou
Office of Naval Research awards $299K to Ruolin Zhou for groundbreaking research project

Dr. Ruolin Zhou received the award for her project “An Adaptive Deep Learning-based Platform with FPGA Acceleration for Continuously Monitoring and Characterizing Operations and Promptly Reconfiguring SDR in Spectrum Contested Environments.”

Ruolin Zhou
National Science Foundation awards Ruolin Zhou

Dr. Ruolin Zhou, assistant professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, received a National Science Foundation award of $199,902 for her research project “ERI: An Adaptive Incremental Deep Learning Architecture for Real-Time Inference of RF Signals in Dynamic Spectrum Sharing Environments.”

UMassD students awarded in Beyond 5G Challenge

College of Engineering students garner "Best Team Award" in the Wright Brothers Institute & Air Force Research Lab annual Beyond 5G Challenge.