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Announcing Pitt Cyber Accelerator Grant Recipients - Press Release

Announcing Pitt Cyber Accelerator Grant Recipients

Pitt Cyber is pleased to announce its first awardees for its Pitt Cyber Accelerator Grants Program (PCAG). PCAG provides support for projects that aim to establish or reinforce Pitt and Pitt Cyber as places of distinction and excellence in “cyber” studies and practice.

The grants provide initial funding for novel and innovative projects that advance Pitt Cyber’s mission:  to bring the breadth of one of the world’s leading public research universities to bear on the critical questions of networks, data, and algorithms, with a focus on the ever-changing gaps among law, policy, and technology.

Technical Support for Course on Applied Legal Data Analytics and AI

Kevin Ashley, Professor of Law and Intelligent Systems and Matthias Grabmair, Systems Scientist, Language Technologies Institute, Carnegie Mellon University

The US Intelligence Community and Cybersecurity

Julia Santucci, Senior Lecturer in Intelligence Studies, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs

A Workshop for Securing the Industrial Internet

Daniel Cole, Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science, Swanson School of Engineering, and Alex K. Jones, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Associate Director of the NSF SHREC Center, Swanson School of Engineering

A Study on False Data Injection Cyber-Attacks in Smart Grid Systems

Bo Zeng, Assistant Professor, Department of Industrial Engineering and Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Swanson School of Engineering, and Zhi-Hong Mao, Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Department of Bioengineering, Swanson School of Engineering

Securing Cybermanufacturing Systems Applied to Cloud-Based Additive Manufacturing

Mostafa Bedewy, Assistant Professor, Industrial Engineering, Swanson School of Engineering, and Mai Abdelhakim, Visiting Assistant Professor, School of Computing and Information

Distinguished Cybersecurity Seminar Series

James Joshi, Professor, School of Computing and Information and Balaji Palanisamy, Assistant Professor, School of Computing and Information

The deadline for the next applications is October 15, 2018. Questions can be directed to cyberacceleratorgrants@pitt.edu