Cyber Security and Information Sciences
Creating new tools for cyber defense and human language processing
We research, develop, evaluate, and deploy tools and systems designed to ensure that national security missions can be accomplished successfully despite cyber attacks. We also develop advanced hardware, software, and algorithms for processing datasets from a range of sources, including speech, imagery, text, and network traffic.
Cyber Security and Information Sciences Groups
An automated, Bluetooth-based system helps perform contact tracing in a private, anonymous way, offering a method to reduce disease spread during a pandemic.
We seek to innovate and accelerate solutions to address AI's carbon footprint and reduce data center energy usage.
We are researching and prototyping cyber-resilient space systems software that will enable critical national security space assets to withstand, operate through, and recover from cyberattack.
We are creating secure software foundations and applying them to operating systems used widely in mission-critical systems for the Department of Defense.
Advancing Our Research
Advances in cross-lingual and cross-source audio-visual speaker recognition: The JHU-MIT system for NIST SRE21
Advances in speaker recognition for multilingual conversational telephone speech: the JHU-MIT system for NIST SRE20 CTS challenge
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