Department News

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Karl Simon holding a drone in the flight test facility of the Science & Engineering Hall

Computer Science Student Karl Simon Selected for Prestigious DoD SMART Scholarship

Congratulations to Karl Simon, a junior studying Computer Science, on being awarded the Department of Defense (DoD) Science, Mathematics, and Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship!

Darakhshan Mir

Computer Science Alum Appointed to Endowed Position at Bucknell University

GW Engineering and computer science department alumni Darakhshan Mir, M.S.’06, has recently been appointed to the endowed position of John P. and Mary Jane Swanson Professor in Engineering and the...

Nelson Jaimes receiving his award

Advancing Information Sciences Through Emerging and Disruptive Technologies

Congratulations to Computer Science Ph.D. student, Nelson Jaimes, on presenting the paper, "Using biologically hierarchical modular architecture for explainable, tunable, generalizable, spatial AI,”...

Elyse Nicolas

GenCyber GW Middle School Girls Cybersecurity Camp 2022 Program

Professorial Lecturer, adjunct faculty member in the Computer Science Department, Elyse Nicolas is the Principal Investigator/Program Director on a grant awarded to GW for a 2022 GenCyber camp...

Senator Mark Warner and President Mark Wrighton

GW Business & Policy Forum Cultivates Impactful Dialogue on Attacking Cybersecurity Risks

The inaugural GW Business & Policy Forum: Attacking Cybersecurity Risks was held on April 25 to examine emerging cybersecurity threats affecting national security and resulting in high costs for...

Sibin Mohan

Professor Sibin Mohan Aids in Project to Protect Power Grids

Dr. Sibin Mohan is working extensively on the topic of security in critical systems. One of his projects includes a study led by Texas A&M University that is working on protecting the power grid...

Autonomous Rover Dr. Mohan Built

From Autonomous Cars to Power Grids: Solving Critical System Predictability

Dr. Sibin Mohan received an NSF CAREER Award for his study, “Indistinguishability Prevents Information Leakage in Real-Time Schedulers," which attempts to make critical systems less vulnerable to...

adam aviv

iPhone Passcodes Become an Opening to Steal One's Digital Life

Dr. Adam Aviv, Associate Professor of Computer Science at GW, was quoted in a recent article by The Wall Street Journal.

Gabe parmer and students at IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium

Computer Science Students Excel at RTSS 2022 for Transforming the Edge

Congratulations to Dr. Gabriel Parmer and his students, Wenyuan Shao, Bite Ye, Huachuan Wang, and Yuxin Ren, for receiving the best paper award at the 43rd IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS)!

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Creating Trustworthy AI Systems to Ensure Equity in the Real World

Through the DTAIS program, GW Engineering will play a leading role in developing the next generation of AI algorithms and systems and how those systems can be best integrated within society.