Added September 17, 2018
Clavius Distinguished Lecture Comets, Craters, and Calendars: Christopher Clavius, S.J. (1538 - 1612)
Monday, October 1, 2018 | 1 p.m.
Bepler Commons | Faber Hall
Rose Hill Campus
In this year marking the 480th anniversary of the birth of Christopher Clavius, S.J., it seems appropriate for this lecture series, named in his honor, to focus on his life and legacy. That legacy ranges from the Gregorian calendar, which is the calendar that we all use today, to the Stanley Kubrick film 2001: A Space Odyssey. It ranges from popular textbooks to worldwide curricular reform. And it ranges from the history of science in China to the Vatican Observatory, which Pope Gregory XIII established in 1580 to help confirm and refine astronomical observations made in support of Clavius’ reform of the Gregorian calendar. Paul Mueller, S.J., who serves as vice director of the modern-day Vatican Observatory, will explore Clavius’ life and work in their early-modern context and illuminate his enduring legacy for modern science, religion, and culture.
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Google @ Fordham
Join us for our Google at Fordham event, this talk will help students gain insights on the hiring process and how to pass technical interviews at Google & throughout the tech industry!
Wednesday, September 19th 2018
Keating 3rd Floor Auditorium
4pm - 6pm
Added August 28, 2018
2018 CAE VIRTUAL CAREER FAIR
Last year the Centers of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity hosted the first Virtual Career Fair, sponsored by CyberWatch West and the National Science Foundation, for the students and alumni of CAE designated institutions. A total of 637 students/alumni and 69 employers participated in the career fair with initial survey data indicating the event was well perceived by students/alumni and employers.
This year the Centers of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity is hosting the second CAE Virtual Career Fair, sponsored by Cyber Watch West and the National Science Foundation, on October 5, 2018, from 9:00am-1:00pm PT. The job fair will connect students from CAE designated schools with employers looking to fill internships, part-time positions, and full-time positions. Each student will be required to upload a resume before attending the CAE Virtual Career Fair. Students in Cyber Security degrees from schools designated as Centers of Academic Excellence in Cyber Security (CAE-C), Cyber Defense (CAE-CD), Cyber Operation (CAE-CO) are invited to register at NO COST.
Added May 11, 2018
Central Jersey Technology Job Fair
May 15, 2018
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
101 Crawfords Corner Rd
Join us for the 2018 Central Jersey Technology Job Fair coming to Bell Works on Tues., May 15 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Employers will be accepting resumes and conducting on-site interviews for open technology positions, including project management, cybersecurity, IT, software development, help desk technicians and more. This event is free and registration is not required.
Distinguished Lecture Speaker: Prof. Yike Guo
“Big Data for Better Science”
Founding Director of the Data Science Institute (DSI), Imperial College London, UK
Date: April 26, 2018
Time: 6:00 pm
Venue: 12th Floor Lounge, Corrigan Conference Center, Lowenstein Center, Lincoln Center Campus
The Fordham FinTech Network's 2nd Annual FinTech Conference gathers college and graduate school students, faculty and professionals across New York City to celebrate and learn more about the innovation and evolution of the converging financial technology industry.
Join us as we explore the future of the fintech industry on Tuesday, April 24, 2018 from 5:00 to 9:00 PM.
The event will take place at Fordham University – Lincoln Center (113 W 60th St. New York, NY 10024) in Pope Auditorium.
Topics to be discussed include emerging technologies, blockchain, cryptocurrencies, digital payments, capital markets, and regulation.
Welcome Remarks by Donna Rapaccioli, Dean of the Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University.
Applications of Behavior-based Authentication in the Business World
This talk will look at the applications of behavior-based authentication in the business world and how it has been affected by research. We’ll look at the field as a whole, and also at the vision for us at TwoSense, and demonstrate that this is a problem that is insoluble without the application of machine learning. We will then take a deeper look at the machine learning challenges that must be overcome, and a few novel solutions from our labs. We will then look at some of the lessons learned from deploying behavioral biometrics in the wild in product settings. From there, we will look at some research methodology issues that we’ve come across and conclude by proposing a few best practices for the behavioral biometrics community.
Speaker: Dawud Gordon, Ph.D., CEO & Co-Founder at TwoSense, NYC
Date: April 23, 2018
Time: 5:30 pm
Venue: Leon Lowenstein (LL) 305
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Blockchain Disruptor Conference, Skadden Conference Center at Fordham Law School (April 28-29)
Do you want to learn the basics of blockchain? Do you want to meet Fordham alumni who are leaders in the space? Do you want to hear from CEOs, COOs and CTOs of top blockchain companies from around the world?
The Blockchain Disruptor Conference is purposely scheduled on the weekend (April 28-29) so attendees do not have to face the trade-off of fulfilling work/school responsibilities and trying to learn about a technology that is going to change the world. Day 1 of the conference is "Blockchain for Beginners" and will break down all the jargon to help beginners grasp the language of blockchain and cryptocurrencies. Topics includes: Why Bitcoin Matters (Beyond its Market Price) | Hashing 101 | What is Consensus and How Does It Work? | Cryptography & Security | Smart Contracts | Internet of Things (IoT) | Permissioned vs. Unpermissioned Blockchains | The Five Roles of Tokens/Cryptos in Blockchain | Investing in the Blockchain Space (Cryptos & Otherwise). There will be a reception on Saturday evening (the end of Day 1) that is open for any registered participant across Days 1 and 2.
Day 2 is "Blockchain for Disruptors" and will entail various industry-specific panel sessions:
- How Blockchain is Juicing Energy Markets
- Insurance & Reinsurance Efficiencies through Blockchain
- How Blockchain is Changing Healthcare
- Digital Marketing and Blockchain
- Blockchain and the Financial System
- Can Blockchain Save Content Creators (Publishing, Music, Film & Visual Arts)?
- Value Creation and Appropriation in Identity and Privacy Markets
- Blockchain for Humanitarian Efforts
Fordham CIS students may register for the conference at an 80% discount (only $40 per day):
Discount Code: CIS80
Expiry: April 29, 2018 (midnight)
The Fordham Computer Science Society Workshop
Join The Fordham Computer Science Society and Dennis Egan, a Fordham alum and data scientist at Alpha Vertex for an intro to machine learning workshop. Also an intern recruitment opportunity!
WHEN: Thursday, April 19th
WHERE: JMH 404
TIME: 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Women in Cybersecurity: A CAREERS SUMMIT
Employers are looking to fill jobs in the rapidly growing field of cybersecurity. It offers high salaries, career security, and promotion opportunities, and yet has a talent gap and a diversity gap, with women and minority groups underrepresented. Join us as industry executives and members of the FBI’s Cyber Branch hold a panel discussion on the leading role women can play in the cybersecurity field, with an emphasis on cyber careers in the FBI. View the flyer.
Date: MONDAY | APRIL 16, 2018
Time: 1 – 2:30 P.M.
Room: FLOM AUDITORIUM, WALSH FAMILY LIBRARY, ROSE HILL CAMPUS
Office of Career Services is hosting a STEM Career Fair on April 10 at Rose Hill, 2 - 4 p.m.
To view the list of employers attending, students can log into their Handshake accounts -> Click Events tab. A few that are attending include: NYU Langone, FBI, and The Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
What: STEM Career Fair
When: Tuesday April 10, 2 - 4 p.m.
Where: McGinley Ballroom
View the 2018 STEM Career Fair flyer.
Adversarial-Resilience Assurance for Mobile Security Systems
Wei Yang, Ph.D. candidate University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Date: Thursday March 15, 2018, Thursday, 1 -2 p.m.
Room: JMH 342
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Exploring the Power of Source Reliability in Information Integration
Houping Xiao, Ph.D. candidate, SUNY Buffalo State
Date: Wednesday March 14, 2018, 1 -2 p.m.
View a full description of the talk.
Individual Differences in Deception and Deception Detection in Spoken Dialogue
Sarah Ita Levitan, Ph.D. candidate, Columbia University
Date: Tuesday March 13, 2018, 2 - 3 p.m.
View a full description of the talk.
Spring 2018 CIS Faculty Research Talk Series
Download the Spring 2018 Schedule and Description of All of the Talks.
Option Implied Volatility Prediction by Integrative Learning with Dr. Henry Han.
Date: Wednesday February 28, 2018,
Time: 12:00 - 1:00 PM
Smartphone and Smartwatch-based Activity Recognition and Biometrics with Dr. Gary Weiss
Date: Wednesday April 25, 2018
Time: 12:00 - 1:00 PM
Spring 2018 CIS Distinguished Lecture Series
Download the Spring 2018 Schedule
Cyber Intelligence and Counterterrorism within the NYPD: A View from the Inside
Presented by Mitch D. Silber, Principal and Founder, The Guardian Group, Former Director of Intelligence Analysis, NYPD
Date: Thursday, March 1, 2018
Time: 6 p.m.
Venue: The University Club
1 West 54th Street, New York City
Cost: $25 for alumni, but free for students, faculty and staff, who can e-mail Annelice Morales
Please join the Gabelli School of Business and Sander Flaum, chair of the Fordham Leadership Forum, for this Flaum Leadership Lecture Series event featuring cyber intelligence expert Mitch D. Silber.
A reception will immediately follow the lecture.
Business attire is strictly enforced by the University Club.
Seating is limited.
Kindly register by Friday, February 23.
If you have questions or would like more information, please contact Annelice Morales, assistant director of development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-636-6576.