Displaying items by tag: department of computer science

Birmingham will let its light shine even brighter this year as Light Dreams returns, with jaw-dropping digital projections, live music and out-of-this-world interactive art installations.
UAB and Stanford are the first U.S. universities chosen for Facebook-sponsored contest in which computer-security enthusiasts attack and defend from peers online.
A research paper on detecting human mood using sensors in mobile devices from postdoctoral fellow Munirul Haque, Ph.D., was selected as best paper at a recent international conference
Brain scans dispel assumptions about Internet safety, as well as show that critical-thinking skills and impulsivity are at work as users identify spam and phishing sites.
Repeating easy passwords can leave users vulnerable, but new UAB research offers increased sophistication and ease with a second security factor.
TEDx Birmingham — Rediscover the Magic of Birmingham” — will be held Saturday, March 1 and will feature live talks in the spirit of the TED experience.
The UAB SPIES Lab research on two facets of user-centered Internet security will be presented at the Network and Distributed Systems Security Symposium.
New this season: Robert Cray, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Taj Mahal, Ailey II, John Prine, Light Dreams II and Steve Martin with Edie Brickell.

Through a two-year project funded by Cisco Systems, researchers will test ways to secure voice- and video-over-Internet communications.

UAB researchers uncover hidden channels to trigger mobile malware that could lead to targeted attacks.

Summer rental fraud is a growing problem; knowing what to look for and how to protect yourself will keep you from getting burned on vacation.

UAB researchers develop simple techniques to combat complex mobile device malware; hand gestures prevent phones from being secretly hijacked.

Art & technology meet for this free festival, with digital projections created by Birmingham artists, live music, dance, digital graffiti wall and more.

UAB researcher spends $15 to educate 20,000 disadvantaged students in Bangladesh and India online; wins a Google RISE Award for his efforts.

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