CyLab to host CMU-Africa Week in Pittsburgh
The CyLab Security and Privacy Institute will host CMU-Africa Week April 10-14 on Carnegie Mellon University’s Pittsburgh campus.
The CyLab Security and Privacy Institute will host CMU-Africa Week April 10-14 on Carnegie Mellon University’s Pittsburgh campus. This initiative is aimed at building collaboration around research problems in Africa.
The College of Engineering and university community are invited to explore collaborative research from CyLab and CyLab-Africa and learn about life at the Kigali, Rwanda CMU location on Wednesday, April 12. No registration is required
Wednesday, April 12
Location: Simmons Auditorium, Tepper Quad
10:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.: A research experience
The research experience will include talks from faculty across the College of Engineering in Pittsburgh, as well as cybersecurity experts from CMU-Africa and partner institutions. A student poster session will also allow for CMU-Africa and CMU-Pittsburgh students to present their CyLab research.
3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.: A cultural experience
The cultural experience will invite the CMU community to learn about the diverse student body of CMU-Africa, which includes representation from 21 different African countries. Students will showcase unique characteristics about their home countries including dance and traditions.