Accomplishments: Department of Computer Science
May 8, 2023
In the American Geriatrics Society 2023 Annual Scientific Meeting, interdisciplinary UNLV 'NIHAN' and UNR Sanford Center ICECAP project teams — Sidkazem Taghva, Mingon Kang (Computer Science); Jay Shen, Pearl Kim, Yonsu Kim (Healthcare Administration & Policy; Public Health), Laurie Kim, Ji Yoo (Medicine) — were invited to present statewide…
April 27, 2023
Professor Hal Berghel (Computer Science) has had one of his articles, "ChatGPT and AIChat Epistemology," published in the May 2023 issue of IEEE Computer. This article places the current fascination with AIChat technology, and ChatGPT in particular, in the context of a content generation continuum.
Kasra Ghaharian, Piyush Puranik, Brett Abarbanel, Kazem Taghva, Shane W. Kraus, Ashok Singh, Alan Feldman, Bo Bernhard
March 28, 2023
Via an interdisciplinary collaboration between UNLV's International Gaming Institute, department of computer science, department of psychology, and William F. Harrah College of Hospitality, Kasra Ghaharian published "Payments transaction data from online casino players and online sports bettors" in Data in Brief with co-authors Piyush Puranik,…
March 6, 2023
Hal Berghel (Computer Science) has published an article titled, "911 Swatting, VoIP, and Doxxing," in the current (March 2023) issue of IEEE Computer. The article explains how VoIP has exacerbated the problems in preventing and prosecuting 911 Swatting and Doxxing.
February 27, 2023
Junggab Son (Computer Science) recently published a co-authored paper, "Cooperative Obstacle-Aware Surveillance for Virtual Emotion Intelligence with Low Energy Configuration," in Drones (IF=5.532).
January 18, 2023
Professor Hal Berghel (Computer Science) has published an article titled, "The Dictator’s Dilemma and the 'Sovereignty of Cyberspace' Delusion," in the January 2023 issue of IEEE Computer.
December 6, 2022
Junggab Son (Computer Science), a corresponding-authored paper titled "Defensive Adversarial Training for Enhancing Robustness of ECG based User Identification" was accepted for presentation in IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine (BIBM).
December 1, 2022
Mingon Kang (Computer Science) published a paper titled, "Hi-LASSO: High-performance python and apache spark packages for feature selection with high-dimensional data," in PLOS ONE in collaboration with Gyeongsang National University in South Korea. The graduate student authors at Gyeongsang National University conducted this research under the…
November 28, 2022
Junggab Son (Computer Science) published a co-authored article titled, "Blockchain-based One-time Authentication for Secure V2X Communication Against Insiders and Authority Compromise Attacks," in IEEE Internet of Things Journal (IF=10.238).
November 9, 2022
Mingon Kang, along with his doctoral student Sai Kosaraju (both Computer Science), published a paper titled, "Deep learning-based framework for slide-based histopathological image analysis," in Scientific Reports. The paper proposed a generalized framework for slide-based histopathological image analysis, and we showed promising results in…
November 7, 2022
Hal Berghel (Computer Science) co-authored an article titled, "Ukraine Aftershocks," which appears in the current issue of IEEE Computer. This article calls attention to two aftershocks of the Ukraine-Russia war: Asymmetric warfare and the resilience of Ukraine's software outsourcing capability.
October 3, 2022
Junggab Son (Computer Science) was the corresponding author for the paper, "3-Multi Ranked Searchable Encryption with Enhanced Security in Cloud Computing," which has been published in the Digital Communications and Networks journal (IF=6.348).