Posts Tagged ‘Volgenau School of Engineering’

Mason Engineering experts will highlight cybersecurity research for their partners

Written by Nanci Hellmich “Mason Engineering has a robust cybersecurity program that crosses disciplinary engineering boundaries and includes robots, drones, autonomous vehicles, health care, smart cities, and the electrical grid,” says J.P. Auffret, PhD, Associate Director, Center for Assurance Research and Engineering (CARE), Volgenau School of Engineering and Director, Research Partnerships and Grants Initiative, School of Business. […]

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March Cybersecurity Leadership and Smart City Conference Highlights Smart City Development and Cybersecurity Initiatives; Furthers Engagement with State and Local Governments

With speakers including Rick Howard, CSO, Palo Alto Networks and Mike Watson, CISO, Commonwealth of Virginia, the Mason Cybersecurity Leadership and Smart City Conference brought together 200 participants and speakers on March 13th in Arlington to discuss smart city innovation and associated cybersecurity challenges and strategies. The conference, part of Mason’s NSF project to further […]

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Mason Connects Assistive Technology, Smart Homes and Senior Housing Design in Innovative Multidisciplinary Conference

Technology experts, policy makers, health care providers, architects, senior living community leaders, and educators gathered at George Mason University’s Founders Hall in Arlington for the Assistive Technology to Smart Homes and Senior Housing Design Conference. The conference featured ways the technology, real estate, and innovation communities can come together and collaborate to help develop transformational […]

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Visiting Humphrey Scholar from Lebanon Works to Empower Lebanese Citizens and Strengthen Local Government

“An excellent opportunity” is how Pierre El Haddad, a Humphrey Fellow visiting scholar from Lebanon to Mason for spring 2017 describes his visit to Mason and stay in Washington. While at Mason, El Haddad is working on two projects, doing research and writing a paper on enhancing the role of private sector in government betterment […]

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October Cybersecurity Conference Funded by NSF Grant

A Cybersecurity Leadership and Innovation Conference on Thursday, October 20 is one of the first activities related to a $300,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) “City and County Cross Jurisdiction Cybersecurity Collaboration Capacity Building” grant awarded this summer to the School of Business and the Volgenau School of Engineering. REGISTER The morning event on the Arlington […]

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