Calyam leading efforts to establish zero trust cybersecurity approach for battlefield communications
A Mizzou Engineer is leading efforts to establish a new cybersecurity approach to better protect classified information and communications on the battlefield. Prasad Calyam — Greg L. Gilliom Professor of Cyber Security and director of the Mizzou Center for Cyber Education, Research and Infrastructure — is leading the project as Principal Investigator of a National Security Agency grant.
REU: Students explore consumer networking technologies
Undergraduate students from across the country spent 10 weeks at Mizzou Engineering this summer conducting research around technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), computer vision, cybersecurity and large language models like ChatGPT.
Calyam receives NSF grant to explore future of cloud/edge computing
Prasad Calyam is exploring how cloud and edge systems can work together, ensuring that information can be intelligently and securely transferred from one trustworthy platform to another
Mizzou Engineering team using explainable machine learning to combat cybersickness
Nausea, headaches, dizziness. Just as motion sickness can ruin an otherwise pleasant road trip, cybersickness can make virtual reality unbearable for some users. That’s a problem as even the federal government has prioritized spending to incorporate immersive technology in educational, medical and commercial settings. In hopes of mitigating the effects of cybersickness, a Mizzou Engineering…
REU program gives undergraduates a taste of research, graduate school
Ten students spent the summer working with technologies through a REU program that now has many of them thinking about graduate school.
Calyam selected to participate in MU Research Excellence Program
The award allows Calyam to recruit and hire a postdoctoral researcher in the field of cybersecurity and cloud computing
Team uses machine learning to train multiple drones to collaborate within a network
The team used machine learning to train drones to work together within a network to survey an area, track objects and transmit information back to a ground station.
Mizzou Engineering hosts 14th CANSec Workshop
Cybersecurity experts from across the region convened at the 14th Central Area Networking and Security Workshop (CANSec) hosted by Mizzou Engineering.
Mizzou Engineers to present at IEEE Blockchain Conference
A Mizzou Engineering team has developed a secure Blockchain platform that insurance companies could use to streamline claims processing.
Designing ‘smart’ security for smart devices
A Mizzou Engineering is developing a flexible, add-on security feature that allows different types of smart devices to intelligently learn from past cyberattacks.