Ryan Wagner, a third-year scholar at Carnegie Mellon University’s Institute of Software Research, is a former “ethical hacker” (to prevent cyber attacks) mainly of financial and US Government systems. He is currently researching ways of evaluating how cyber systems can self-adapt to withstand attacks. His research will determine structural weak points in a system and guide self-adaptation of the system to preserve critical functionality while increasing resilience.
All of our scholars have “research advisors” with whom they work in areas that eventually become independent Ph.D. research areas for themselves. Thus, our outstanding scholars stand on the shoulders of nationally recognized scientists. Dr. Neeraj Gandhi, Professor of Bioengineering at the University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering, recently received... Read more
U.S News and World Report recently published its annual Graduate School Rankings for 2016. We are fortunate to have 3 of the top-ranked universities in the science and technology fields to educate our ARCS scholars right in our backyards. Penn State University, The... Read more