Transforming ideas into reality in Tech Spark
In the College of Engineering’s Tech Spark, Robert Smith, senior windows systems engineer, has developed a system that allows students, faculty, and staff to access machines and tools they have been trained on, and directs them to training courses they may need to use the systems in the future.
Achieving provably-secure encryption
Earlier this week, a team consisting of researchers from CyLab released the world’s first verifiably secure industrial-strength cryptographic library—a set of code that can be used to protect data and is guaranteed to protect against the most popular classes of cyberattacks.
Self-healing material research
Carnegie Mellon University’s Mohammad Islam and Lining Yao are developing a self-healing actuator, called Healer, which is expected to fully heal itself within a few hours with the same shape, functionalities, and properties as before if it is broken into pieces. Such actuators can be used as sensors and synthetic muscles.
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