VIDEO: Milos Manic, Ph.D., discusses cybersecurity threats — and ways to disable them

Sharon Bowes, anchor and producer of NewsPoint360, interviews Milos Manic, Ph.D., IEEE Fellow, professor of computer science and director of VCU’s Cybersecurity Center.

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Computer science professor named president-elect of IEEE society

The members of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Industrial Electronics Society (IES) have elected Milos Manic, Ph.D., IEEE Fellow, as its new president-elect effective Jan. 1, 2022. Manic was elected from a slate of five candidates spanning four continents.

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In honor of Ada Lovelace Day...

In honor of Ada Lovelace Day, we caught up with VCU Engineering’s female computer science faculty members to ask their advice for other women in computing.

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RamHacks results!

The eighth annual RamHacks was held virtually on September 25-26, 2021 and hosted by VCU’s computer science department and students. Participants had 24 hours to create solutions for problems presented by industry sponsors Parsons, CoStar, Bank of America, CarMax, OutSystems and CiperTech.  

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From coding to CNBC

Computer science major Allie Martin hones technology and leadership skills in summer internship with broadcasting giant.


Photo Essay: They’ve got the beat(s)

Hip-hop rhythms meet computer coding at VCU Engineering's Battle of the Beats.


For second year, associate professor of computer science named IEEE Access Outstanding Associate Editor

Alberto Cano, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Computer Science, has been honored as an IEEE Access Outstanding Associate Editor for 2020.


Associate professor of computer science receives funding for work to secure 3D printing

Irfan Ahmed, Ph.D., associate professor of computer science in the VCU College of Engineering, has received funding from the Commonwealth Cyber Initiative (CCI) for research that will help safeguard additive manufacturing from cyberattacks.


Computer science professor wins funding to help secure nuclear energy infrastructure

Milos Manic, Ph.D., has received $200,000 from the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) to develop technologies to integrate and secure critical systems for nuclear power. Manic is a professor of computer science at VCU College of Engineering and director of the VCU Cybersecurity Center. He holds a joint appointment with the INL.


Computer science research team gains international recognition for method that accurately predicts intrinsic disorder in proteins

A computer science research team from VCU Engineering won an international challenge for their novel method of predicting intrinsically disordered proteins.

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