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The institute's data center in the A.V. Williams Building is undergoing three months of renovations to expand its physical footprint by 50%.
From catalyzing new collaborations to offering views that inspire, the 215,000 square foot structure is fulfilling its mission of incentivizing research, scholarship and innovation.
Highly respected and valued by friends, colleagues and students at the University of Maryland, he was best known for his dedication, quick wit and positive demeanor.
Dave Levin has made it his academic mission to showcase the value of academic research in cybersecurity to undergraduate students who may considered it, especially those from underrepresented groups.
In light of Apple's announcement to upgrade iMessage with post-quantum cryptography, the QuICS Fellow provides insight as to why these security measures are needed now, and what the future holds.
Megan Fritz is part of a team identifying genomic changes in the corn earworm—considered the costliest crop pest in North America—that make it more resistant to common pest management practices.
Nicole Yunger Halpern was recognized for her innovative contributions to quantum thermodynamics in the presence of non-Abelian charges, and her creative use of symmetries that has paved the way to experimental exploration.
Aleksander Lasek expands upon his research on quantum thermodynamics in Caltech's Institute for Quantum Information and Matter's blog, Quantum Frontiers.
At the American Association for the Advancement of Science's annual conference, Hal Daumé explained why the development of AI models should be focused on augmentation as opposed to automation.

“If you're offered a seat on a rocket ship, don't ask what seat.” —Sheryl Sandberg, former COO of Meta

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