Realizing that the correlation between malware and HPC traces does not establish causation, Boston University graduate students Boyou Zhou, Rasoul Jahanshahi and Anmol Gupta, under the supervision of Professors Manuel Egele and Ajay Joshi, evaluated works that propose this HPC-based methodology for malware detection.
Natural disasters have plagued civilization since the beginning, and although our understanding of them has improved over the centuries, too […]
Five teams of ECE students competing in the fifth annual Intel-Cornell Cup have advanced to the final round in the […]
The College of Engineering has introduced a new Engineering Practice option for Master of Science (MS) and Master of Engineering (MEng) students in all concentrations.
By Rebecca Jahnke (COM ‘17) and Bhumika Salwan (Questrom ’16) Boston University hosted over 300 attendees November 12-15th at the […]
MOC successfully rallies academia, government and industry in developing new cloud. By Rebecca Jahnke (COM ’17) The Massachusetts Open Cloud […]
Wireless Sensors Developed by Interdisciplinary Engineering Team to be Launched into Space By Rich Barlow Video by Joe Chan for BU Today On March […]
U.S. Department of Energy’s SunShot Initiative Awards Boston University in Partnership with Sandia National Laboratories $1.15 million By Rebecca Jahnke […]