Dr. Shumon Alam Receives Department of Defense Research and Education Program Grant

DoD Grant
The Department of Defense (DoD) awarded Prairie View A&M University (PVAMU) $432,854 to enhance its research and teaching capability in Cybersecurity. The project will support PVAMU acquiring a major Cybersecurity Testing Equipment/System (Spirent-CF20 CyberFlood) to improve and accelerate research and classroom teaching in cybersecurity and network engineering. “To effectively combat cyber-attacks, it is necessary to study the attack vectors, investigate the security issues, develop ...
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Senior Design Project, Spring 2019

Senior Design
During this year's ECE Senior Design Showcase held in conjunction with Industrial Advisory Board meeting on April 26, 2019, two senior design teams sponsored and advised by Dr. Annamalai secured both the first place and the second place at the competition. The winning teams were judged and selected by the members of the Industrial Advisory Board based on the team's creativity in developing novel solutions that could have significant socio-economic impacts. The team consisting of Paul Murphy, J...
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Dr. Ahmed Directs Robotic Scout for Bechtel

  Stories about robots doing the work of human beings have almost become routine. But some jobs are truly made for robots — and unquestionably not for humans. One clear example can be found at Prairie View A&M University’s College of Engineering, where intensive research will soon lead to robots going where no human body would be able to fit, let alone work. Dr. Ahmed Abelmoamen Ahmed, an assistant professor of computer science, is directing the Robotic Scout Project, whic...
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Dr. Cui received NSF grant for Science DMZ

The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded Prairie View A&M University $499,964 to revamp its computer network, all in the name of research. The project called INCREASE, or Improve Network on Campus for Research and Education in Agriculture, Science, and Engineering, should significantly improve upload and download times while allowing data-intensive research projects unrestricted access to the university’s network. “The INCREASE project will improve the university’s existing campus re...
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