The University of Virginia (UVA) School of Engineering has announced the following grants from the National Science Foundation and CHEST: The Center for Hardware and Embedded Systems Security & Trust, a CCALS partner.
- U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF)/University of Cincinnati has awarded Negin Alemazkoor a $60,000 grant for Assuring Trust in CHEST Devices with Near-Optimal Data Collection and Distributed Sensors.
- U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF)/University of Cincinnati has awarded Afsaneh Doryab a $45,000 grant for P8 2022 Feedback Control of Hardware Security Countermeasures with Deep Reinforcement Learning.
- U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF)/University of Cincinnati has awarded James Lambert a $61,000 grant for Playbook for Stress Testing and Resilience of Semiconductor Supply Chains.
Congratulations to the recipients, and especially to Dr. James Lambert, Director of UVA’s Center for Risk Management Research and Professor of Systems & Information Engineering and a member of CCALS’ Technical Advisory Committee.
We look forward to the resulting insights on security and resilience.