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ACM Collaborative Research Experience for Undergraduates (CREU) in Computer Science and Engineering (2005-2006)
The Use of  HCI Techniques in Security Tool Evaluation (Aug 2005-Aug 2006)
  

Rose Shumba
Department of Computer Science
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Indiana, Pennsylvania 15705
Rosemary.Shumba@iup.edu 

Abstract

Three students are carrying out a more formal evaluation of security tools using human computer interaction usability evaluation techniques (cognitive walkthroughs and heuristic evaluation) under the direction and tutorship of Dr. Shumba. This research is funded by an ACM Collaborative Research Experience for Undergraduates (CREU) in Computer Science and Engineering Award. The project proposal was judged as one of the best.

Amount: $3,500

 

ACPAK Technological Exploration and Innovation Grant (2006)
 

Rose Shumba
Department of Computer Science
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Indiana, Pennsylvania 15705
Rosemary.Shumba@iup.edu 
 
To explore the feasibility of setting up a virtual security laboratory for teaching information assurance online courses.

Amount: $1,200
 

The PA Technological from PA Infrastructure Technology Alliance through Carnegie Mellon University Grant for a project entitled “Embedded Systems and their Applications” to develop a security model for an existing infrastructure test-bed framework for a sensor network system (2005-2006) 

Rose Shumba
Department of Computer Science
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Indiana, Pennsylvania 15705
Rosemary.Shumba@iup.edu 
 
To explore the feasibility of setting up a virtual security laboratory for teaching information assurance online courses.

Amount: $5,500
 
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