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Registration Tips for Fall 2013
NSF IGERT Full Fellowship Available for Fall 2013
A fellowship that covers full tuition and an annual tax-free stipend of up to $25,000 for four semesters is available for an entering graduate in computer science or closely related field for Fall 2013. The fellowship will be awarded to a student who will go on to a doctoral program upon completion of the D4CS degree program. Information about the fellowship can be found here.
D4CS Alum is Global Governance 2022 Fellow
Swipe card access in effect for CSL.D4CS - D4CS Cybersecurity Lab
Swipe card access to CSL.D4CS (Cyberscurity Lab - 06.61.00) is now in effect. Simply swipe your JJay ID card
over the sensor. D4CS Students who have been authorized access
may normally enter and use the lab when it is not being used for classes any time that the
college is open for student access. If you have problems please contact Matt, the Lab Manager.
D4CS Lab Use Policy
D4CS students who want accounts on the D4CS Lab network and independent access to the D4CS Labs must agree to the D4CS Lab Use Policy.
Details can be found here:
D4CS Lab Use Policy (provisional)
Cognitive Radio Research Assistantships Available
Several research assistantships are available to work with Professor Shamik Sengupta on his NSF funded projects. Programming skills required.
Compensation and/or tuition remission available for continuting and new students. If you are interested contact Professor Lovely or Professor Sengupta.
Prof Sengupta Joins Prof Bakiras as NSF Early Career Research Award winner!
Congratulations to Professor Shamik Sengupta who has won an NSF Early Career Research Award for his cutting edge work on wireless communications. He joins Professor Spiros Bakiras as a recipient of this highly competitive and coveted award. It is extraordinary for a small program to have two award winners. A college press release is here.
Student rate for EnCase training and license
EnCase Training OnDemand for $645
Guidance Software is offering D4CS students the chance to take EnCase Training OnDemand for $645. You get a dongle and access to the training website for 60 days which allows you to take EnCase Computer Forensics I and II (a $4000 value). These courses can be used toward EnCe certification. Contact Ben Fleet at email@example.com to apply using your jjay.cuny.edu student email address.
Student License for EnCase for $295
You can also purchase a personal student license for a full version of EnCase good for one year for $295. The license is good for academic work only. Contact Ben Fleet at firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.