Georgia State University is ranked as the number two most innovative university in the country by U.S News & World Report (2019).
INSPIRE research group, led by Dr. Daniel Takabi, in the College of Arts & Sciences conducts research on topics related to the security and privacy of emerging paradigms. The goal of the INSPIRE group is to make significant impact through innovative research projects and hands-on training programs in security and privacy. With this goal in mind, the group is currently running several projects centered around various topics that include trustworthy AI, advanced access control, privacy enhancing technologies, insider threat, cyber deception, and usable security and privacy.
The research group led by Dr. Xiaojun (Matt), in the Department of Computer Science is focused on the areas of software-defined networks, network function virtualization, optical networking, BigData networks, intelligent sensing and applications in secure cyber-physical systems and cybersecurity.