Carleton's Research Works recently featured SERENE-RISC in an online article highlighting the network and its cybersecurity initiatives. "SERENE-RISC’s purpose is knowledge mobilization – getting cybersecurity research out of the academic sphere and into the hands of industry and government where it can have a practical impact" … [Read more...] about SERENE-RISC highlighted by Research Works
The annual Carleton Faculty of Science's Eureka! magazine was released this month. It includes an article about the CHORUS lab and its recent activities. … [Read more...] about CHORUS lab highlighted in Eureka! magazine
Leah Zhang-Kennedy was recently featured in Carleton's The Graduate Newsletter. See the article here: http://gradstudents.carleton.ca/2013/video-games-computer-security-fascinating-research-two-hci-grads/ … [Read more...] about HCI Masters grad featured in news article
After completing his first year of Computer Science, Michael Lutaaya was awarded a Dean's Summer Research Internship to work in a lab over the summer. Only 15 students are awarded the internship each year. During his time in the CHORUS lab, Michael designed and implemented a game to help users learn and memorize random text passwords. The article is available on P.18 of the Faculty of Science's Eureka magazine … [Read more...] about Summer student featured in Eureka magazine
Yesterday the Federal government made the official Canada Research Chair announcements. I am happy to say that I have been awarded the Canada Research Chair in Human Oriented Computer Security. The Carleton press release is here … [Read more...] about CRC announced
I have been offered and have accepted a position as an Assistant Professor in the School of Computer Science at Carleton University, effective July 1, 2011. I am very happy for this opportunity and excited to get started in this new position. … [Read more...] about It’s official!
I attended the 10th-anniversary Canada Research Chair event in Toronto with Paul and other CRCs from Carleton. A lot of the CRCs from Ontario and their students/postdocs attended the 2-day event showcasing research in Canada. Everyone had posters, ours was on usable authentication. It was interesting to see the wide spectrum of research topics - humanities, technology, engineering, sciences - it was all represented. … [Read more...] about 10-year CRC event in Toronto