Dr. Umar M. Khokhar, lecturer of information technology, recently published an article titled, "Efficient Hardware Implementation of KMAP+: An Ultralightweight Mutual Authentication Protocol" in the Journal of Circuits, Systems and Computers.
In this article, the authors proposed an efficient hardware architecture and reported their experiences with field programmable gate array and application specific integrated circuit-based implementation of recently proposed ultralightweight mutual authentication protocol named pseudo Kasami code-based mutual authentication protocol.
Matthew Camp, ’19, information technology, has been invited to present the findings of his research in the development of artificial intelligence that would identify tumors in brain scans during MIT's Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Undergraduate Technology Conference this month.
Camp, a team of students and an interdisciplinary group of GGC professors, created a mixed reality application for the Microsoft HoloLens that allows students to visualize and to manipulate molecules as 3D holograms in the real world. Unlike traditional ball-and-stick chemistry models, the 3D HoloLens application allows students to engage in hands-on learning in a multi-user shared experience.
Dr. Binh Tran, assistant professor of information technology, recently received GGC's 2018 Outstanding Teaching Award.