The first is targeted towards undergraduates and first/second year grad students:
The second is for students who already have a masters, or who have already
completed at least two years of full time study towards a masters:
If you would like an advising appointment with Professor Lovely you can book an office or phone appointment here.
Graduate students can apply for travel funds to attend conferences. A few D4CS students have already been granted funds from this Student Government program. The deadline to apply for Spring 2015 is November 17 at 5PM. Check it out here: Student travel support
NIST's National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) is sponsoring a three day conference on Cybersecurity Innovation in Baltimore from January 28-30. There is a Research Track that appears especially interesting.
The Masssachusetts Attorney General is sponsoring a three day conference packed with training from Monday, April 28 to Wednesday, April 30, in Norwood, MA, which is near Boston. The registration fee is $300, with an earlybird rate of $250.
Congratulations to D4CS Professor Bilal Khan who has won an NSF grant that explores social networks through
cellphone links. Check it out here:
TOWARDS A CELLPHONE-BASED INFRASTRUCTURE FOR HARVESTING DYNAMIC INTERACTION NETWORK DATA
You can 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 email@example.com to apply.
Guidance Software is no longer offering the discounted online
course for EnCe certification.
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.
Guidelines can be found here: D4CS Lab Use Policy (provisional)