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Press Release 13-140
NSF invests $20 million in large projects to keep the nation's cyberspace secure and trustworthy

With researchers from more than a dozen universities, three large "Frontier" collaborative projects highlight efforts to tackle fundamental challenges in cybersecurity

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Dartmouth computer scientist David Kotz and his team in a lab

Dartmouth computer scientist David Kotz leads a team that will conduct NSF-funded research in the secure use of mobile and cloud technology for health and wellness applications.

Credit: Eli Burakian, Dartmouth College


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Working session with three members of the Carnegie Mellon research team.

A working session with three members of the Carnegie Mellon research team. From left to right, Lorrie Cranor, associate professor of computer science; Noah Smith, associate professor of language technologies and machine learning and Norman Sadeh, professor of computer science.

Credit: Carnegie Mellon University


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Photo of Jay Aikat and Michael Reiter in a machine room.

Shown here in a machine room, Jay Aikat and Mike Reiter of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, are members of the Project Silver team. The team will explore how to leverage the shift to cloud computing to improve information security.

Credit: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

 



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