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IBM will use Vanderbilt Model as End-user Scripting Assistant in its Open-source Command Line AI Project

A Vanderbilt computer science team - Jules White (associate professor of computer science), and graduate CS assistants Quchen Fu and Zhongwei Teng - shortened the distance with a top prize-winning computer model showcased in a high-powered competition at one of the two leading international conferences in artificial intelligence and deep learning—the 2020 Neural Information Processing Sys

Vanderbilt engineers to design AI decision system for congested I-24 Smart Corridor

Dan Work, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering and electrical engineering and computer science, is leading Vanderbilt’s participation in the project, managing $1.5 million of the total grant award to develop an Artificial Intelligence (AI) based decision support system (DSS) to manage traffic on the I-24 Smart Corridor.

NASA Fellowship Award Selection

Congratulations to Timothy Darrah for his recently awarded 3 year NASA Fellowship (at Ames).

Blockchains and Cyber Physical Systems : Special Issue of IEEE Computer Magazine

Scientists from the Institute for Software Integrated Systems, University of Houston, and NASA AMES recently published their paper on the opportunities and challenges and approaches for using Blockchains in Cyber-Phys

Alumni brothers take on cybersecurity’s moving target

VU-ISIS Alumni brothers Brad Potteiger (MS'16, Ph.D.'19) and Tim Potteiger (MS'17 and Ph.D. Candidate) recently received an amazing level of recognition for their work on a new method of cybersecurity known as moving target defense.

VU ISIS researchers win Best Paper Award at the Workshop on Assured Autonomous Systems (WAAS)

The best paper award at the recently concluded Workshop on Assured Autonomous Systems (WAAS), part of the 41st IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, was awarded to researchers from ISIS/Vanderbilt University. The title of the paper is "Trusted Confidence Bounds for Learning Enabled Cyber-Physical Systems" and was authored by Dimitrios Boursinos and Dr. Xenofon Koutsoukos.