This year, three faculty members of the School of Computing and Information (SCI) received funding from the Pitt Cyber Accelerator Grants.
The Cyber Accelerator Grants are distributed to innovative projects that progress Pitt Cyber's mission to engage the University in issues regarding networks, data, and algorithms within the relevant fields of law, policy, and technology. The grants provide funding for areas of interest including research and multidisciplinary work.
Pitt Cyber awarded the grants to five projects, three of which include SCI faculty members.
Scaling Up Cyber Physical Systems Security Education - From Theory to Practice
Ahmed Ibrahim (Department of Informatics and Networked Systems); Daniel Cole, Swanson School of Engineering
Extended Reality Tour of a Media Archaeology Lab to Widen Access to Material Resources Representing a History of Technology
Dmitriy Babichenko (Department of Informatics and Networked Systems); Jessica FitzPatrick, Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences; Libi Striegl, University of Colorado; Annette Vee, Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences
Studying Trust in Civic Data Portals and its Potential for Enhancement
Jacob Biehl (Department of Information Culture and Data Stewardship and Department of Computer Science); David Walker, University Center for Social & Urban Research; Robert Gradeck, University Center for Social & Urban Research
For more information, visit the Pitt Cyber website.