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In line with Augusta University's mission to become a top-tier research institution, School of Computer and Cyber Sciences faculty members are conducting research to stay one step ahead of today's ever-changing, technology-driven society. Research is a central component of both our new Computer and Cyber Sciences PhD program and the thesis track of the MS, Computer Science program. In addition, with most of our faculty pursuing research, there is an excellent opportunity for undergraduate students to apply their knowledge from the classroom to create solutions in each of our research faculty's research foci. The Computer Science Colloquium Series, held on Fridays, offers students an opportunity to learn about cutting-edge research subjects in the areas of Computer Science, Information Technology and Cybersecurity.

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Research in the News

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Cyber faculty member awarded Augusta University’s first National Science Foundation CAREER Award

“Whether it's self-driving cars or the drones in the lab, if their controllers are using the machine-learning techniques, they will have some upgrades during their lifetime, and my results may be helpful to these kind of systems remaining safe,” Xiang said.

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Augusta University forms high-performance computing research cluster

The High-Performance Computing Services Core is a joint university research initiative, supported by Augusta University’s Division of Information Technology and the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences.

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School of Computer and Cyber Sciences dean publishes distributed computing storage book

School of Computer and Cyber Sciences Dean, Dr. Alex Schwarzmann, co-authored a book "Consistent Distributed Storage." The book presents several key approaches to implementing shared memory services for networked systems.

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School of Computer and Cyber Sciences faculty receive $569,000 National Science Foundation award

“I believe that this project will lead to significant advancement of digital forensics practices and will provide a delicate balance between effective use of digital evidence and Fourth Amendment privacy rights,” said Dr. Gokila Dorai, principal investigator.