Exploiting Statistical Hardness for Increased Privacy in Wireless Systems

Securing signals from unintended eavesdroppers has become an increasingly important problem with the emergence of the Internet-of-Things.

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The Software-ization of Networking: Protocols, People, Pedagogy

Abstract: It has been said that “software is eating the world.” With the arrival of software-defined networking (SDN), software is “eating” networking as well. In this talk, we consider the impact of SDN on the evolution of network protocols, on network management and “people in the loop”, and on how and what we will teach […]

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Jack Keil Wolf Lecture Series: The Future of Experiential Computing

New kinds of media can change how we interact with each other in unexpected and sometimes radical ways.

Ken Perlin, a professor in the Department of Computer Science at New York University, will present “The Future of Experiential Computing” on November 18, at 11 a.m.

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Jack K. Wolf Lecture – Understanding Behaviors in Instrumented Cities

On Oct. 8, 2019, José M. F. Moura presented the Jack K. Wolf Lecture, “Understanding Behaviors in Instrumented Cities: Challenges and Opportunities.” Moura is the Philip L. and Marsha Dowd University Professor at CMU. His areas of expertise are signal and image processing, graph signal processing, data science, and learning.

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