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April 7, 2021

CRISP faculty award winners announced

The two faculty awards for CRISP affiliate faculty were announced today. The two categories are "Outstanding Star" for senior Associate and Full Professors, and "Rising Star" for Assistant and junior Associate Professors. Winner in "Outstanding Star" category is Tiark Rompf, Kevin C. and Susanne L. Kahn New Frontiers Associate Professor of Computer Science: "Generative programming for cyber resilience". Winner in "Rising Star" category is David Inouye: "Improving resilience of AI systems via explanation".
April 1, 2021

CRISP Faculty Award Announcement

CRISP has a program for recognizing outstanding technical contributions by faculty at two levels of seniority. The first award called "Outstanding Star" is for senior Associate and Full Professors and the second called "Rising Star" is for Assistant and junior Associate Professors. This Wed, April 7, we will recognize the winners of this year's annual competition. The panel members from Adobe Research, Army Research Lab, and Purdue will be present to share what they found striking in the vision statements of the CRISP faculty.
January 28, 2021

Application invited for CRISP faculty awards

We are announcing a recognition awards program for CRISP affiliate faculty. There are two categories of awards: Outstanding Rising Faculty and Distinguished Senior Faculty. One or two faculty will be awarded in each category. For the competition, submit a 2 page vision statement and 2 page bio. Judging will be done by our industrial affiliates, College of Engineering Associate Dean for Research, and some other intellectual leaders at Purdue. There is a token monetary amount associated with the awards.
December 17, 2020

Prof. Jing Gao joins CRISP to add expertise in data mining

Prof. Jing Gao, of the ECE department, with expertise in resilience of cyber systems has joined CRISP as affiliate faculty. Dr. Gao's research is in the general area of data and information analysis with a focus on data mining and machine learning.
December 11, 2020

Adobe Research invests in CRISP research

Adobe Research has invested in research by CRISP faculty through two unrestricted research awards, to Profs. Jing Gao and Saurabh Bagchi. This followed two Adobe Research-CRISP events held in November, organized by CRISP and Dr. Tom Jacobs, head of Adobe Research Systems Technology Labs. Further discussions are continuing with other faculty whose projects have been identified as being of interest.
October 15, 2020

Three new faculty in resilience of cyber systems join CRISP

Three new faculty with expertise in resilience of cyber systems have joined CRISP as affiliate faculty in September and October. David Inouye (ECE) and Yexiang Xue (CS) focus on reliability and interpretability of machine learning systems while Lin Tan (CS) has a focus on software reliability and security.
August 29, 2020

Team of 5 awarded grant to collaborate with Army Artificial Intelligence Innovation Institute (A2I2)

A team of five from Purdue and Princeton have been awarded a five-year grant from the Army Research Lab (ARL) to become an academic partner for the Army Artificial Intelligence Innovation Institute (A2I2). The team is led by CRISP Director, Saurabh Bagchi (PI), includes CRISP faculty David Inouye and Somali Chaterji, and also the Purdue Dean of Engineering Mung Chiang and Princeton faculty Prateek Mittal.
May 15, 2020

Saurabh contributes to vision paper on reliability and security of IoT

CRISP Director Saurabh Bagchi led a team of researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of Southern California, and University of Massachusetts at Amherst to create a vision document for reliability, security, networking, and systems challenges for IoT. This came out of the NSF Computer Systems Research and Networking PI meeting in 2019 where the four faculty led the breakout on IoT. This document has been invited for publication at the IEEE IoT Journal.
March 10, 2020

CRISP Graduate Student from Civil Engineering wins best thesis/dissertation award in the field of transportation policy and planning

PhD student Theodora Konstantinou in Civil Engineering, working with CRISP Thrust Lead Nadia Gkritza, has received the Charley V. Wootan Memorial Award from the Council of University Transportation Centers (CUTC). The award is given annually for the best Doctoral dissertation and Master's thesis in the field of policy and planning in transportation studies. This national student award recognizes her outstanding Master's thesis, "Market Adoption and Impact of Electric Roadways on Criteria Pollutants and Greenhouse Gas Emissions." The award will be presented at the 2020 CUTC Awards Banquet on Saturday January 11, 2020 in Washington, D.C.
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