Research Experience for Undergraduates: Data-driven Security

The department of Computer Science offers a nine-week summer undergraduate research program in data-driven security.

Data-driven security is an emerging interdisciplinary field that applies data science and artificial intelligence to mitigate cyber-attacks and other security risks and threats. Undergraduate students will participate in summer research activities with faculty mentors from the computer science and mathematics disciplines. The students will work in interdisciplinary teams to explore important research questions and will also participate in other professional development activities that will prepare them for future careers in the computing fields.

We welcome applications from current undergraduate students at national institutions with strong interests in computer science, mathematics, technology, or engineering. We encourage applications from students who are also members of a group underrepresented in STEM fields or who are enrolled in a minority, women’s, or non-doctoral institution. The 2020 REU program will award up to ten NSF fellowships.

We invite Boise State undergraduate students to apply to our program. A limited number of fellowships are available to Boise State students.

Application deadline: March 1, 2020.

Visit the REU Data-driven Security website