Lectures in Computational Science and Engineering

Recent Submissions

  • Towards a Secure and Resilient Industrial Control System Using Software-Defined Networking 

    Jin, Dong (Kevin) (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-04-21)
    Modern industrial control systems (ICSes) are increasingly adopting Internet technology to boost control efficiency, which unfortunately opens up a new front for a potential “cyber Pearl Harbor.” People typically applied ...
  • What Can We Do with a Multitude of Genome Sequences? 

    Tompa, Martin (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-02-06)
    There are currently 575 bacterial species and 28 vertebrate species, ranging from primates to fishes, for which we know (nearly) their entire DNA sequences. These number will continue to increase rapidly over the next few ...
  • 100 Years of Digital Data 

    Berman, Francine (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-01-23)
    The Information Age has brought with it a deluge of digital data. Current estimates are that in 2006, 161 exabytes (10¹⁸ bytes) of digital data were created from cell phones, computers, iPods, DVDs, sensors, satellites, ...