VIP Projects

Hume Center - VIP Projects

As a long term, multi-year program the Quantum Information initiative provides students with access to quantum computing hardware including the IBM Q and D-Wave 2000Q machines and a structured learning environment with dedicated faculty and like-minded students. The students work long-term, sponsored projects giving the students insight not only into how the quantum algorithms are developed but also into how the problems impact national security.
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The purpose of the HACK RFML Adversarial Team is to investigate the application of state-of-the-art adversarial machine learning techniques to radio frequency machine learning (RFML) technologies. Adversarial techniques such as evasion attacks, poisoning attacks, and hardware attacks will be investigated. Through investigation of these attack vectors on RFML technologies, the team will also investigate methods by which to harden these technologies against these attacks.
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In a collaborative effort with Morehouse College, the goal of this project is to investigate the usage of traditional computer vision techniques, along with state-of-the-art Radio Frequency Machine Learning (RFML) research performed by the Hume Center, for spectrum sensing applications. Students will work in a collaborative, cross college environment to investigate how to intelligently merge these techniques into a cohesive solution marrying the best of both techniques over a range of real-world scenarios.
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The Raytheon Fellowship Program is a 3-year cohort-based effort to teach students about the fundamental tools of hands-on cybersecurity, including cyber defense and cyber operations. Participating students will intern with Raytheon IIS and make service agreements with Raytheon before proceeding to year 2 of the program.
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