Our faculty is committed to cutting-edge, meaningful research. From robotics, to computer forensics, security and defense research, Seidenberg's professors are making a difference and engaging their students in research along the way.
Following is a partial list of recent grants received by the faculty of the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems:
Billion Oyster Project STEM Collaboratory Fellowship
An exciting program working with middle school teachers to design a curriculum to teach our youth to restore our marine ecology.
CyberCorps Scholarship for Service
A scholarship program that enables students to engage in cybersecurity research and work in exciting jobs for the government.
GenCyber Teachers' Program
GenCyber is a weeklong summer program for high school teachers that trains them in cybersecurity education and methods to bring into the classroom.
FTFS: A Read/Write Optimized Fractal Tree File System
The research goal of this grant is to test a file system built around write-optimized dictionaries for modern computer storage devices.
A Humanoid Robot for Investigating Spatial Understanding in Human-Robot Collaboration
This Office of Naval Research DURIP grant aims to test human-robot interaction using a humanoid robot and virtual reality.