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CINO March Update

Mar 27, 2017, by Emily Nichols
Tags: Community-Driven Innovation

Global Summit

Global Summit 2017 is rapidly approaching! As you plan your travel, please plan to participate in the Wednesday, April 26 Cyber Security Research Acceleration Workshop and Showcase, where we will feature cyber security researchers' NSF-funded projects. Researchers will also be showcasing their cyber security work with poster sessions during lunch on Monday, April 24 and Tuesday, April 25. Also at lunchtime, there will be an opportunity to visit with members of the Smart Campus Initiative’s Internet of Things (IoT) Systems Risk Management Task Force and see demonstrations of Shodan and Censys.io tools in the Idea Corner.

The following is our schedule of Collaborative Innovation Community (CINC UP) events which all Global Summit attendees are welcome to attend:

Sunday, April 23

Tuesday, April 25

Wednesday, April 26

Other CINO Activities

The CINO continues to engage university, industry, and government members on innovation topics pertinent to them. This included innovation presentations and workshops at Colorado School of Mines, Yale University, University of Washington, University of Albany, NYSERNET, ARE-ON, Cisco, IBM, and Microsoft. Topics of interest include Internet of Things, Cybersecurity, Diversity & Inclusion, Smart Campus and Communities, and connected healthcare. The Cisco event was a telepresence with their community college clients across the U.S. regarding Internet of Things and Smart Campus. John Moore and Florence Hudson participated in the NSF Northeast Regional Big Data Hub annual workshop at Columbia University, and Florence was elected to their Steering Committee. Recent Collaborative Innovation Community (CINC UP) webinars include "Blockchain" and its potential use in research and education presented by IBM, and "IPv6 myths and realities" presented by Virginia Tech and Malone University.