Computer science faculty receive funding for new GAANN program
A team of faculty in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering have received finding from the Department of Education GAANN program to support a proposal titled “Data-Driven Cybersecurity.”
The project provides full PhD fellowships for up to six fellows for up to three years. Fellows will pursue their PhD degree focusing on introducing data scientific solutions to address pressing national cybersecurity concerns.
- Total budget: $932,814 ($746,250 federal and $186,564 non-federal/CU cost-share)
- PI: Farnoush Banaei-Kashani
- Co-PIs: Haadi Jafarian and Ashis Biswas
- Project start time: October 1, 2018
- Project period: 3 Years
photos left to right: Farnuosh Banaei-Kashani, Haadi Jafarian, Ashis Biswas
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