Articles from January 2020

Chowdhury and Purdue CS collaborators receive Distinguished Paper Award at ACSAC

Omar Chowdhudy and Purdue CS team led by PhD student, Imtiaz Karim received a Distinguished Paper Award at the Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC).

Faculty member bats a thousand, twice!

Prof. Aaron Stump is celebrating a double thousand: a thousand downloads of his book "Verified Functional Programming in Agda" and a thousand plays of his new podcast "The Iowa Type Theory Commute."...

Jones on "Despite Election Security Fears, Iowa Caucuses Will Use New Smartphone App"

"The idea of security through obscurity is almost always a mistake," says Doug Jones, a computer science professor at the University of Iowa, and a former caucus precinct leader. "...

Jones on "Election Security At The Chip Level"

"If I ran elections with a TPM-based machine, I’d be giving the vendor the trust. And I’d have to ask, do I trust this office?” said Jones.