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Research shows way to secure cyber physical systems via anomaly detection
TCIPG researcher co-PI on recently awarded NSF grant.
Nahrstedt named director of the Coordinated Science Laboratory
TCIPG researcher is first computer science faculty member to lead the lab.
Research looks to verify power networks at the device level
TCIPG alums receive three-year NSF grant to study verification of cyber-physical critical infrastructur at the device level.
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