The Center of Internet Security and Forensics Education and Research

The Center of Internet Security and Forensics Education and Research (iSAFER) at the University of Massachusetts Lowell (UMass Lowell) is in anticipation of a NSF grant for the REU site, HCISec, for enhancing undergraduate research in modern human computer interaction (HCI) security and privacy. The summer program each year is called a cohort.
Each cohort will last for eight weeks from the first Monday of June. The major objective of the cohorts is to support undergraduates for active research in novel and emerging HCI security and privacy topics and encourage them to pursue the study of computer science at the graduate level and prepare them for careers in related fields.

Students will receive a summer stipend, travel allowance, full housing and meal allowance, and other benefits for doing exciting research on HCI security and privacy in summer.

Please visit https://ccf.cs.uml.edu/?q=node/114 for more information and https://ccf.cs.uml.edu/?q=node/113 for application. The application deadline for 2015 summer is Mar. 15, 2015.

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