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EECS and I2S Professors Receive a $200,000 NSF Award to Develop an AI-Driven Computer Architecture Learning Tool

EECS and I2S assistant professors Mohammad Alian and Tamzidul Hoque received a $200,000 award from the NSF to develop Scaffolded AI-driven Learning Simulation (SAILS), a novel framework and technology that creates an interactive learning platform for computer architecture and offers design exerci

Dr. Mohammad Alian Receives Early-Career Faculty Award

Mohammad Alian, assistant professor of electrical engineering & computer science, won a five-year, $533,000 grant from the National Science Foundation for his research rethinking the internal networking of data centers — work to reduce latency, cut power consumption and accelerate speeds, all…

ITTC Becomes I2S

Lawrence - Earlier this year, the Information and Telecommunication Technology Center (ITTC) changed its name to the Institute for Information Sciences (I2S). ITTC itself was formed in 1993 through a merger of two other research programs: the Telecommunications and Information Sciences Laboratory (…

I2S Researcher, Taejoon Kim, Receives Grant to Lead Team in NSF Convergence Accelerator Program

LAWRENCE – The Institute for Information Sciences (I2S) is pleased to announce that Dr. Taejoon Kim, Assistant Professor for the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, has been awarded an NSF Convergence Accelerator grant and will be part of the program’s 2022 Cohort, currently in…

Study shows electric vehicles could be charged on the go via peer-to-peer system

Study conducted by EECS and I2S professor, Tamzidul Hoque and fellow researchers, provides promising results that may allow electric vehicles to be charged without stopping with the use of cloud technology. Click here to keep reading...

I2S Researcher Taejoon Kim in NSF Secure 5G Network Competition

A team led by KU and I2S researcher Taejoon Kim, will seek to develop a 5G infrastructure that is both secure and reliable as part of NSF's Convergence Accelerator program. The program awards $12 million to 16 teams to research, develop, and put their solutions into action.

KU's Research Rising awards will address critical challenges facing humanity

Securing Our Worlds: Physical, Digital, Social This project will form an interdisciplinary, multicenter organization focused on finding solutions to otherwise unsolved problems related to safe and secure physical, digital and social environments — ultimately creating more secure and res

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