Why Learn Computer Science?
Lynx: Automatic Simplification of Obfuscated Malware Code
The Lynx Project aims to develop techniques and tools to automate the process of analysis and simplification of malware code. In particular, it aims to identify and undo code obfuscations so as to simplify the malware program and make its inner logic easier to understand.
|Jul 3:||Summer: Session 1 Ends|
|May 16:||Daniel Fried awarded Goldwater Scholarship|
|Apr 26:||Startup Tucson's 24-hour Hackathon|
|Apr 25:||University Awards of Excellence: Holly Brown|
|Mar 11:||Pillars of Excellence Award - Katie Cunningham|
|Mar 08:||Outstanding Senior Award - Yi Huang|
Our department has a distinguished record of influential
publications and software distributions and is nationally
ranked by the National Research Council.
Our undergraduates study ways to design computer networking
protocols, create and distribute innovative software, develop
wireless and mobile computing, create novel programming
languages, develop computational biology algorithms, invent
highly efficient algorithms for computer graphics, and push the
limits of high-performance computing.
Our dynamic program of graduate study integrates quality
research and teaching.
Our alumni include researchers at
AT&T Labs, HP Labs, and IBM Almaden, and
faculty at Davis, Purdue, and Virginia.