Articles from February 2019

Ethereum Foundation Grant to Support Aaron Stump's Research

The Ethereum Foundation has given $25,097 to The University of Iowa to support the research of Prof. Aaron Stump, Computer Science.

Chowdhury et al.: New flaws in 4G, 5G allow attackers to intercept calls and track phone locations

"The paper [... ] details the attacks: the first is ToRPEDO, which exploits a weakness in the paging protocol that carriers use to notify a phone before a call or text message comes through.

CS Alumna featured in "Iowa ‘Grows Its Own’ to Fill the HPC Workforce Pipeline"

UI Research Services Director Ben Rogers accepts the fact that Iowa’s specialists are courted by corporate recruiters.

AMCS Alum/Segre Advisee: From a Church in Philadelphia, Sports Reference Informs the World

Sports Reference’s seven websites are usually updated automatically, mostly from official feeds of statistics that the company pays for.

Jones on "Georgia voting irregularities..." - Politico

"It's the Catch-22 that's been around forever where you can't get any legal support [to investigate] unless you've got proof that something went wrong.

Rector et al. develop app to help the visually impaired with help from Microsoft

"Kyle Rector said the app uses camera sensors to tell users if they are veering from their lane on a walking track.