Associate Professor, Dan Pittman, PhD, began teaching the Computer Forensics class this Winter Quarter in the Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science. Wanting to bring industry knowledge into the classroom using his experience from thirteen years in the software industry, Pittman has been able to restructure the class to include more real-life examples and projects.
Ritchie School PhD candidate Boris Peñaloza recently got accepted to present a research poster at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society (VSS) taking place May 21-26. This is a prestigious acceptance into a national science conference, as it is extremely competitive in getting invited to present.
My interest in doing research and subsequently a thesis started almost three years ago, when I was in my senior year, pursuing Bachelor’s in Computer Science in Oman. It was during this time in 2017 that I started studying about Blockchain Technology, IoT and Network Security.
Kerstin Haring, assistant professor, PhD, and director of the Humane Robot Technology Laboratory joined the Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science last Winter quarter. Since then, she has settled in quite well.
Electrical and computer engineering professor Mohammad Mahoor and PhD student Behzad Hasani introduce us to AffectNet, a facial expression recognition database. Their paper on AffectNet won the 2019 IEEE Transactions in Affective Computing Award for most influential paper.