Home / Tag Archives: computer science

Tag Archives: computer science

DoD Advisory Board OKs Weapon Vulnerability Assessment, Machine Learning Advancement

The Defense Innovation Advisory Board on Monday cleared a dozen recommendations that seek to help the Defense Department maintain its technological edge as well as manage its operations, culture and processes, DoD News reported Monday. Some of the recommendations approved by the 15-member advisory board during its second meeting at the Pentagon include …

Read More »

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Unveils Computational Science Research Center; Lynn Orr Comments

The Energy Department’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has opened a new center in an effort to provide universities and research organizations a venue to perform networking and computational science research. Shyh Wang Hall is located at Berkeley Lab and will house DOE’s Energy Sciences Network, National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center …

Read More »

NSA Opening Cyber Research Labs at Univ. of Maryland, 3 Other Universities

The National Security Agency is investing nearly $8.2 million in cybersecurity research initiatives at four universities in the form of test laboratories, FCW reported Wednesday. Mark Rockwell writes that NSA has awarded science-of-security grants to the University of Maryland, North Carolina State University, Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Illinois. Each …

Read More »

Geoff Ling to Head DARPA’s New Biotech Office

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has named Geoff Ling director of the agency’s new biological technologies office, which has been formed to combine national security projects with natural sciences. BTO will work to apply biological, engineering and computer science tools on national defense operations, DARPA said Tuesday. “The biological …

Read More »