FIU Launches Diversity Mentor Professor Initiative in STEM

FIU’s Diversity Mentor Professor Initiative is a special program aimed at recruiting multiple excellent STEM faculty with strong research programs to FIU who have a history of and commitment to the mentorship of women and underrepresented minority students in STEM.

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FIU Intern Publishes Cybersecurity Research Paper

Anurag Akkiraju — a recent high school graduate and intern in FIU’s Cyber-Physical Systems Security Lab — had his first paper on cybersecurity published. In October 2017, his paper titled “Cybergrenade: Automated Exploitation of Local Network Machines via Single Board...

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5 Questions with our Dean John L. Volakis

Born and raised in Greece, John L. Volakis arrived in the United States as a teenager knowing only a few words of English. Today, he is dean of the College of Engineering and Computing and internationally recognized for introducing hybrid finite element methods, now widely used in the design of antennas and smart devices.

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Kyle Denney’s Internship at MIT Lincoln Lab

Kyle Denney is pursuing his master’s degree in computer engineering as a member of the Cyber-Physical Systems Security Lab at FIU. He interned at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Lincoln Lab where I worked as a summer research intern in the Cyber Security Division.

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Karina Quintana’s First Job Working at Boeing

Karina Quintana earned a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering with a concentration in communication systems from FIU's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Karina's first job after graduation was a flight test engineering position for the...

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Aditya Sundararajan’s Internship at National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Aditya worked as an electrical and computing engineer in the Security & Resilience (S&R) Group at NREL’s Energy Systems Integration Facility (ESIF). The group provides utility companies across the country with site assessments to evaluate existing security controls, identify gaps and offer prioritized action items to improve cybersecurity for the distribution domain of the smart grid.

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