The Pegasus Professor, who specializes in simulation and modeling, is UCF’s 17th NAI fellow — the highest professional distinction accorded solely to academic inventors.
Congratulations to the UCF Collegiate Cybersecurity Competition Team (C3) Team and coach, Dr. Tom Nedorost, for winning the 2021 Department of Energy CyberForce Competition. UCF’s team finished 1st out of 120 teams.
Congratulations to Hack@UCF’s Knightsec team and coach Dr. Tom Nedorost for capturing 2nd Place in the Fall 2021 National Cyber League competition.
Seventeen faculty and staff projects will receive about $5 million in Jump Start funds to advance UCF’s impact under President Alexander N. Cartwright’s 2021-22 Strategic Investment Program. CECS researchers will receive $1.5M of the awards.
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Congratulations to UCF C3 Team members Cameron Whitehead (MS-DF), Caitlin Whitehead (MS-DF), Jeffrey DiVincent (JR-CS), and Matthew McKeever (SO-CS) and their coach, Dr. Tom Nedorost, for winning the 2021 Raymond James Invitational CTF on Saturday, October 2nd.
Two UCF student teams finished 1st and 4th place in the 2021 Aviation ISAC Collegiate CTF Competition on Monday, September 27th. The students are all members of the UCF Collegiate Cybersecurity Competition (C3) Team and members of Hack@UCF.
The Army Research Lab-funded project will help ground vehicles navigate complex terrain when GPS is not available by using computer vision and artificial intelligence.
ICCV is the premier international computer vision event comprising the main conference and several co-located workshops and tutorials. In 2021, UCF’s Center for Research in Computer Vision (CRCV) had 6 papers accepted into the ICCV conference.
The complex nature of corporate relationships provides an opportunity for criminals, adversaries, and others to hide illegal activities in plain sight.