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CCS Current Events

Academic Year July 2017-June 2018

The State of Blockchain Systems
Speakers:   Evin McMullen,  Consensys
Date:  May 8,  2018
Location & Time:  Math & CS Conference Room, 6.63.37, New Building,  1:40  - 2:40 pm

Integrating and Analyzing Social Media Health Data
Speakers:   Soon Ae Chun,  College of Staten Island
Date:  May 7,  2018
Location & Time:  Math & CS Conference Room, 6.63.37, New Building,  1:40  - 2:40 pm

Attacks Against Layer II in LANS 
Speakers:   Muath Obaidat, LaGuardia Community College
Date:  May 3,  2018
Location & Time:  Math & CS Conference Room, 6.63.37, New Building,  1:40  - 2:40 pm

The Internet of Things (IoT) Data Collection and Analytics 
Speakers:   Adam Wandt (Public Mangement Dept.) and Marie-Helen Maaras (Security Management Dept.),       John Jay College
Date:  May 2,  2018
Location & Time:  Math & CS Graduate Lab, 6.67, New Building,  9:30  - 2:00 pm

Autonomous Walker to Improve the Gait of Persons with Parkinson's Disease
Speaker:   Zeqian Dong, New York Institute of Technology
Date:  April 30,  2018
Location & Time:  Math & CS Graduate Lab, 6.67, New Building,  1:45 - 2:50 pm

A Study of Interaction, Digitalization and Motivational Affordances of Wearable Systems
Speaker:   Raquel Benbunan-Fich,  Baruch College
Date:  April 23,  2018
Location & Time:  Math & CS Graduate Lab, 6.67, New Building,  1:45 - 2:50 pm

Computing Multiple Exponentiations in Discrete Log and RSA Groups
Speaker:   Matluba Khodjavea, John Jay College
Date:  April 16,  2018
Location & Time:  Math & CS Graduate Lab, 6.67, New Building,  1:45 - 2:50 pm

A Fast Quantum Algorithm for Solving Multivariate Quadratic Equations
Speaker:   Kelsey Horan, CUNY Graduate Center
Date:  April 9,  2018
Location & Time:  Math & CS Graduate Lab, 6.67, New Building,  1:45 - 2:50 pm

Towards Enabling a Blockchain Based Cybersecurity Information Exchange Platform
Speaker:   Deepak Tosh, Cybersecuirty Researcher, Dept. of Computer Science, Norfolk State University
Date: Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Location & Time:  Math & CS Conference  Room, 6.63.37, New Building,  1:50 - 2:50 pm

BetrFS: A Right Optimized Write Optimized File System
Speaker:   Jun Yuan, Research Assoicate, Dept. of Computer Science, SUNY Stony Brook
Date: Thursday, January 11, 2018
Location & Time:  Math & CS Conference  Room, 6.63.37, New Building, 11:30 am - 12:15 pm

Computing Multiple Exponentiations in Discrete Log and RSA Groups: From Batch Verification to Batch Delegation
Speaker:   Matluba Khodjaeva, Ph. D. Program in Computer Science, CUNY Graduate Center
Date: Wednesay, January 10, 2018
Location & Time:  Math & CS Conference  Room, 6.63.37, New Building, 11:30 am - 12:15 pm

A Study of Similarity in Brain Data
Speaker:   Jenifer Holst, Adjuct Lecturer and Graduate Researcher, advisor: Aftab Ahmad
Date: Tuesday,  December 19, 2017
Location & Time:  Math & CS Conference  Room, 6.63.37, New Building, Community Hour (1:40 pm)

Behind the Scenes of Ransomare
Speaker:   Kin Wong,  Digital Forensics & Cybersecurity Graduate, Security Analyst
Date: Tuesday,  November 21,   2017 
Location & Time:  Math & CS Conference  Room, 6.63.37, New Building, Community Hour (1:40 pm)

Understanding Bias and Item Missing Data in NIBRS
Speaker:   Douglas Salane
Date: Friday , November 17, 2017
Location & Time:  American Society of Criminology 73rd Annual Meeting, Philadelphia,PA, Downtown Marriott, Room Franklyn 3, 12:50 pm.

Advances in Cybersecurity Higher Education: Building real world experience before you graduate
Speaker:   Christopher May, Technical Director, Cyber Workforce Development, CERT Cybersecurity Division, Software Engineering Institute,  Carnegie Mellon University  Bio
Date: Monday,  September 25,  2017 
Location & Time:  L61 Conference Room, New Building, Community Hour (1:40 pm)