NSF research awards for human-technology partnership announced

The National Science Foundation (NSF) is investing over $25 million in 26 projects to advance the cognitive and physical capabilities of workers in the context of human-technology interactions.

Vanderbilt Team Wins Best Paper Award at HoTSoS 2019

The winning paper at the 6th Annual Hot Topics in the Science of Security Symposium (held April 1-3 in Nashville, TN) was entitled "Integrated Data Space Randomization and Control Reconfiguration for Securing Cyber-Physical Systems" by Bradley Potteiger, Zhenkai Zhang and Xenofon Koutsoukos of Vanderbilt University.

Dan Work to present at CAETS 2019

Dan Work has been invited to present at the conference for the International Council of Academies of Engineering and Technological Sciences (CAETS) held at the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA) on the 25th-28th of June 2019 in Stockholm.

Students Investigate Societal Implications of Technology in Germany

A collaboration between Vanderbilt University, University of California- Berkeley, TU Munich and Oldenburg, the program focuses on investigating Science of Design for Societal-Scale Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) and facilitates a summer internship opportunity in which Vanderbilt students spend part of their summer conducting research in Germany.

Vanderbilt engineers to train neural networks and enhance Chattanooga transit system

Vanderbilt Assistant Professor of Computer Science Abhishek Dubey and Research Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Yuche Chen, with Aron Laszka, an assistant professor at the

Vanderbilt’s online MATLAB course is a top MOOC

Vanderbilt’s free online course, Introduction to Programming with MATLAB on Coursera, remains one of the Top 50 MOOCs of All Time, ranking 15th out of thousands.