The CyberSecurity and Emergency Preparedness Institute was created to help deal with the rapidly growing Homeland Security problems in cybercrime, information assurance and emergency preparedness. It is one of only a handful of entities of its kind in the United States and UTD will expand courses offerings in: Information Assurance, Secure Telecommunications Networks, Digital Forensics, Network Security, Data Mining and Multimedia and Emergency Response Information System.
HLT incorporates a broad spectrum of disciplines working towards two closely related goals: to enable computers to interact with humans using natural language capabilities; and to serve as useful assistants to humans by providing services such as automatic text understanding and retrieval, information extraction and question answering, automatic translation and speech recognition.
Established in 2009, the Institute for Intelligent Energy Systems is committed to creating a world-class collaborative environment for energy systems research and education, to facilitating partnerships among faculty, students and staff, and to serving as a single point of contact for external stakeholders.
September 6, 2011
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