Ran Canetti, RISCS Director, hosts a Research on Tap event focused on Cybersecurity, or the study of information systems that are accessible to the public and yet resilient to malicious subversion. This event is open to faculty, staff, graduate students, and postdoctoral scholars.
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The Mobile and Electronic Health Affinity Research Collaborative (ME-ARC) holds its 2nd annual symposium, in support of the collaborative’s work to conduct state-of-the art research and training in mobile and electronic health to improve the health of underserved populations across the lifespan.
For this Cyber Alliance Speaker Series event, Prof. Meurer will discuss social welfare issues concerning investment in databases that can be used to develop AI technologies, and access to those databases.
BU Cyber Alliance Presents Wed@Hariri Book Talk: “Beyond Snowden: Privacy, Mass Surveillance and the Struggle to Reform the NSA”
3:00 PM – 4:30 PM on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 Refreshments & networking at 2:45 PM Hariri Institute for Computing 111 Cummington Mall, Room 180 Beyond Snowden: Privacy, Mass Surveillance and the Struggle to Reform the NSA Tim Edgar Senior Fellow in International and Public Affairs at the Watson Institute at Brown University This Wednesday@Hariri event is hosted […]
The Hariri Institute for Computing continues its 2017-2018 “Meet Our Fellows” series, which will showcase Daniel Sussman, an assistant professor in the department of mathematics & statistics.
The Hariri Institute for Computing at Boston University is pleased to announce its seventh cohort of Junior Faculty Fellows. They are: Alina Ene, Assistant Professor, Computer Science (CAS) Helen Jenkins, Assistant Professor, Biostatistics (SPH) Maxwell Palmer, Assistant Professor, Political Science (CAS) Daniel Sussman, Assistant Professor, Mathematics & Statistics (CAS) Stephen Terry, Assistant Professor, Economics (CAS) […]
The Hariri Institute hosted an NSF Visioning Workshop to identify best practices and perceived challenges faced by cities wishing to advance research projects that reach and positively impact communities.
The Institute will host a special colloquium in which Vatche Ishakian will present his work on Serverless Computing. Ishakian will identify key characteristics and use cases as well as describe technical challenges and open problems.
On July 18th, 2017, the BWWC celebrated the progress that the 100% Talent Compact has made over the past year and looked ahead to the upcoming 2017 data collection process, which will take place this September. This data collection process is made possible by researchers at BU’s Rafik B. Hariri Institute for Computing and Computational Science & Engineering, who have designed a secure way for companies to report the data anonymously.
The Hariri Institute for Computing is pleased to release the summer edition of the Hariri Nexus, our online newsletter. Check out the release for information about research highlights, innovative partnerships & programs, new faces at the Institute, and more!