Displaying items by tag: department of computer science

After pursuing a degree piecemeal for 33 years, Jonathan Perz followed the footsteps of both his wife and his daughter to obtain a bachelor’s degree from UAB, becoming the family’s third UAB alumnus.
UAB’s cybersecurity master’s program is preparing a new workforce for a booming field with ever-increasing demand and a shortage of skills. The program has a unique focus on both cyber defense and cyber investigations.
Brothers Jeffrey, Stephen, Eric and Jonathan share how computer science inspired their crossed paths and careers. 
Researchers at UAB have developed an emergency alert system that uses inexpensive Bluetooth beacons to alert users of hazards during natural disasters.
With the funding, Da Yan, Ph.D., will study how newly emerging services are changing the way Alabamians travel every day, and Paul Baker, Ph.D., will work toward the development of an artificial vascular graft.
The double CD “Alabama String Quartets” features original music by composers living in Alabama — including Matthew Scott Phillips, Brian Moon, Chris Steele and Monroe Golden — performed by Amernet String Quartet.
The Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s program in the UAB Department of Physics has been recognized as a Top 25 Best Online program by The Bachelor’s Degree Center.
A College of Arts and Sciences professor received a five-year grant to fund the collaborative research for microbes associated with marine invertebrates using computational approaches.
Honors College student Leah Perz will graduate this Saturday, May 2, with her parents following her footsteps, for all to be a part of the UAB Blazer community.
A UAB instructor gave his students the chance to work on a group ideation drone project, developing new ways to use drones for farming.
UAB expert Gary Warner and UAB Information Technology provide tips on how to protect yourself from cybercrime during the coronavirus pandemic.
Follow the recommended guidelines for filling out the 2020 Census form to better protect yourself from cyberphishing attacks, plus other details you should know.
Research results show that brain-computer interfaces is one source of caused leaked medical and personal information among particular individuals.
UAB computer science experts provide advice on how to protect your personal information from mobile devices and smart speakers.
A UAB professor provides best practices to combat the national robocall epidemic.
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