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SEI Cyber Talks
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Discussions with SEI researchers about cyber-related topics of interest
 
Each webinar features an SEI researcher discussing their research on software and cybersecurity problems of considerable complexity. The webinar series is a way for the SEI to accomplish its core purpose of improving the state-of-the-art in software engineering and cybersecurity and transitioning this work to the community. The SEI is a federally funded research and development center sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense and operated by Carnegie Mellon University. The SEI Webinar Seri ...
 
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Heinz Radio
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Heinz Radio is a podcast created by the students of Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College. Students host conversations with faculty, community members, and professionals at the intersection of public policy, technology, and the arts.
 
This monthly podcast explores the intersection of technology and arts management through interviews, product reviews, humorous dialogue, and more! The Technology in the Arts podcast is a service of the Arts Management and Technology Lab, a research center of the Master of Arts Management program in Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University. Executive Director of AMT Lab is Brett Ashley Crawford, Editors include Patrick Zakem, Stewart Urist, Katie Grennan and Jess Bergson.
 
The SEI Podcast Series presents conversations in software engineering, cybersecurity, and future technologies.
 
Metro21: Smart Cities Institute is a campus-wide initiative at Carnegie Mellon University dedicated to the research, development, and deployment of projects aimed at improving the quality of life in metropolitan areas. The mission of this podcast is to introduce a wider audience to our work. There are so many innovative projects being developed and deployed here at Carnegie Mellon, and we want to give the public a chance to be a part of our journey.
 
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Make It Real
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"Make It Real" is a podcast that features in-depth conversations with researchers leading innovative research projects in Carnegie Mellon's College of Engineering.
 
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2012 CES
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convergence of Automotive (Tesla Motors, Ford, Mercedes-Benz, Audi) & Consumer Entertainment (Nvidia, Livio, Monster Cable)
 
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Energy Bite
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Energy Bite is a weekly 90-second podcast focused on energy technology, opportunities, and challenges related to every day life. It is produced by Carnegie Mellon University's Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation.
 
Enrollment Growth University is a professional development podcast for higher education leaders looking to grow enrollment at their college or university. Each episode features an interview with a leader in higher education, discussing enrollment growth strategies that are working at their institution, through topics such as: enrollment marketing, adult student recruitment, enrollment management, online learning, student retention, data intelligence, online course development, financial aid, ...
 
Victorian Finance, LLC | NMLS# 50635Sonny Bringol founded Victorian Finance, LLC on January 1st 2003 with the intent of creating a mortgage company that provides a high level of customer service, delivers what is promised, exceeds client expectations, and maintains the highest level of integrity. These principles have allowed Victorian Finance to be very successful even in the toughest economic environments.Sonny is a veteran of the US Air Force National Guard and served from 1985 to 1992. T ...
 
In the fall of 1999, computer scientist Donald E. Knuth was invited to give six public lectures at MIT on the general subject of relations between faith and science. The lectures were broadcast live on the Internet and watched regularly by tens of thousands of people around the world, and they have remained popular many months after the event. This book contains transcripts of those lectures, edited and annotated by the author.After an introductory first session, the second lecture focuses o ...
 
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This Week in I.T.
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This Week in I.T. is a show that deep dives into today’s current industry news. Our roundtable discussion format will offer Special Invited Guests and open the floor up for questions and comments from our on-air callers. This format makes for a very interactive experience for you, the radio listener. Some of the topics we’ll discuss will be about emerging technologies, data security concerns, government contracting, business start-up information, product demos and so much more.
 
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Dr. John Dolan, Principal Systems Scientist at Carnegie Mellon University, joined the podcast to discuss how higher ed can start preparing for the future of autonomous vehicles.
 
In this SEI Podcast, Anita Carleton discusses the career path that led to her current role as acting director of the SEI’s Software Solutions Division and the challenges and mentors (Watts Humphrey) that she encountered along the way.By Anita Carleton.
 
In this week’s podcast, join Ashley Kowach, last year’s podcast producer, as she interviews past contributors and current staff members Alyssa Wroblewski and Lydia Kilian on ways technology can be implemented in music education programs. Topics discussed include virtual reality, apps, and wearable technology. Learn how educators can implement t ...…
 
Tim Cigelske, Director of Integrated Content at Marquette University and author of The Creative Journey, returns to the show to talk about the hero’s journey, the creative process, and how to get buy-in from senior leadership on big creative ideas.
 
Each spring at Heinz College, the U.S. Army War College drops by for a weekend to run the International Strategic Crisis Negotiation Exercise (ISCNE). In this week's special two-part episode, we're finding out what the ISCNE is all about and what kind of lessons the students take away from it. In the first half of the episode, Vanessa speaks wi ...…
 
Melissa Schreibstein, Director of Well-Being Programs for the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being at George Mason University, joined the podcast to talk about why colleges and universities need to do a better job supporting our students’ mental health.
 
In this podcast, the authors discuss a 2019 paper that outlines challenges with the Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) and proposes changes to improve it.By Jonathan Spring, Art Manion, Deana Shick.
 
In this first installment of In the News, AMT-Lab Podcast Producer and Technology and Innovative Content Manager discuss three trending stories in the field of arts and tech. This week’s discussion topics include the future of data analytics software, changes to YouTube’s ad behavior, and Apple’s augmented reality art.…
 
Today's major defense systems rely heavily on software-enabled capabilities. However, many defense programs acquiring new systems first determine the physical items to develop, assuming the contractors for those items will provide all needed software for the capability. But software by its nature spans physical items: it provides the inter-syst ...…
 
Chris Castro, Director of Sustainability for the City of Orlando, stopped by Heinz College last spring to deliver a lecture about urban sustainability. Afterward, he sat down with Heinz Radio to discuss his efforts to incorporate the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals into Orlando’s sustainability and resilience strategy, and how he h ...…
 
Dr. Elizabeth M. Béjar, Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs at Florida International University, and Dr. Bridgette Cram, Assistant Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs at Florida International University, joined the podcast to talk about the win-win benefits of apprenticeships for both academia and employers.…
 
The Software Assurance Framework (SAF) is a collection of cybersecurity practices that programs can apply across the acquisition lifecycle and supply chain. The SAF can be used to assess an acquisition program’s current cybersecurity practices and chart a course for improvement, ultimately reducing the cybersecurity risk of deployed, software-r ...…
 
Misuse of authorized access to an organization’s critical assets is a significant concern for organizations of all sizes, missions, and industries. We at the CERT National Insider Threat Center have been collecting and analyzing data on incidents involving malicious and unintentional insider since 2001, and have worked with numerous organizatio ...…
 
Designing a better foster care application process. Listening to the people. Creating a process that works for (literally) everyone. This week, Afua Bruce, Director of Engineering at New America's Public Interest Technology program, joins us to talk about how technology is being used to benefit the public, how policy and technology have been in ...…
 
In 2017 and 2018, the world witnessed a record number of climate and weather-related disasters. Government agencies are increasingly interested in the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to help first responders in locating survivors, identifying structures in satellite imagery, and removing debris after a disaster. Ritwik Gupta, a machine lear ...…
 
Contributors Lucy Mattout and Jenny Wallisch discuss ways in which VR is being integrated into the current performing arts industry. Through their research they have explored the challenges and benefits of using VR, and how it can affect the audience’s perception of a live performance experience.
 
Jill Klein, Interim Dean of the School of Professional and Extended Studies at American University, joined the podcast to talk about the generalist digital-technology credential they’ve developed in partnership with other local employers and universities through CoLAB.
 
At Obvious Ventures, where Joe Blair is a Vice President and investor, they invest in companies that have a #worldpositive impact -- AKA businesses that have sustainable positive impact, whose profits further their purpose, and whose margins drive their mission. How does this kind of investing - #worldpositive, social impact investing - work? W ...…
 
Ritwik Gupta and Elli Kanal explain what ransomware is, what it can do to your computer, and how you can help prevent infections using the concept of cyber hygiene. Ransomware is a type of malware that encrypts the files on a computer, preventing the user from accessing them. The attacker then extorts the user by requesting a ransom in exchange ...…
 
Ritwik Gupta and Elli Kanal explain what ransomware is, what it can do to your computer, and how you can help prevent infections using the concept of cyber hygiene. Ransomware is a type of malware that encrypts the files on a computer, preventing the user from accessing them. The attacker then extorts the user by requesting a ransom in exchange ...…
 
Jason Lorgan, Executive Director of Campus Recreation, Memorial Union and UC Davis Stores at University of California, Davis, joined the podcast to talk about the “principal-agent” problem and how they’re attempting to solve for it at UC Davis with a flat-fee textbook model.
 
REBROADCAST (Original Publication Date: July 30, 2018) This week, we're republishing one of the original Heinz Radio episodes. In this episode, Eugene Leventhal interviewed Former Congressman Jason Altmire. They talked about his book, Dead Center: How Political Polarization Divided America and What We Can Do About It, as well as his experience ...…
 
Metro21 Executive Director, Karen Lightman, sat down with Santiago Garces, Pittsburgh's Director of Innovation and Performance to discuss innovation within 21st century cities. "I'm a big fan of the podcast! I was thrilled to hear Santi Garces talk about RoadBotics and the work we did together under his leadership." -Ryan Gayman, VP of Growth, ...…
 
Join us this week with Dr. Alessandro Acquisti, a highly esteemed Professor of Information Technology and Public Policy at Heinz College. Dr. Acquisti is the recipient of numerous awards for his research in privacy economics and is a trailblazer in the field. We discuss Dr. Acquisti's background, his research on the predictability of social sec ...…
 
Alex Davis is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University. He is a member of the Behavior, Decision, and Policy Group, the Carnegie Electricity Industry Center, and the Center for Climate and Energy Decision Making. He is currently CMU's acting director of a multi-year, multi-instituti ...…
 
You’ve probably heard about conversion rate optimization. But what exactly is it? And how might it fit in with your higher education marketing strategy? Dan Sanchez, Marketing Director at Bethany Global University joined this episode of the Enrollment Growth University podcast to talk about the tools, techniques and massive enrollment growth su ...…
 
Classifying errors in a component-based system is challenging. Components, and the systems that rely on them, can fail in myriad, unpredictable ways. It is nonetheless a challenge that should be addressed because component-based, software-driven systems are increasingly used for safety-critical applications. In this podcast, SEI researchers Pet ...…
 
Rotem Guttman and Zach Kurtz explain what deepfakes are, how they work, and what kind of content it’s possible to create with current techniques and technology. The term “deepfake” refers to the use of machine learning to produce content for essays or to modify photos and videos. When it comes to photos and videos, the images are often so reali ...…
 
Rotem Guttman and Zach Kurtz explain what deepfakes are, how they work, and what kind of content it’s possible to create with current techniques and technology. The term “deepfake” refers to the use of machine learning to produce content for essays or to modify photos and videos. When it comes to photos and videos, the images are often so reali ...…
 
Dr. Michael Furman, Assistant Teaching Professor at Florida State University joined the podcast to talk about why we need to make sure higher education faculty are not only learning to be subject matter experts in graduate school, but also learning how to effectively teach.
 
As a principle researcher at the SEI, Suzanne Miller works to help the Department of Defense develop and field software to the warfighter. In this SEI Podcast, the latest highlighting the work of women in software and cybersecurity, Miller discusses the career path that led to her current position and the challenges and mentors that she encount ...…
 
Rotem Guttman and April Galyardt describe how machine learning (ML) fits into the bigger picture of artificial intelligence (AI) and discuss the current state of AI. Currently, there is an enormous amount of interest in machine learning and artificial intelligence and what these new technologies can create for the present and future. In this SE ...…
 
Recently, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released a warning about DNS hijacking and how website owners can protect themselves against it. To explain what DNS hijacking is and how adversaries use it to steal sensitive information, Elli Kanal and Daniel Ruef give a high-level overview of how DNS and network traffic work. They discuss h ...…
 
Tom Longstaff and Grace Lewis discuss how the inclusion of minorities and women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers can promote a nation’s progress by increasing its ability to innovate. The fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) can contribute to a nation’s progress because they promote innovation ...…
 
Welcome to this week’s episode of Heinz Radio. Back in April, we had Smita Satiani come to campus to give a talk at Heinz College on moonshots. Smita is the head of Innovation Policy on the F-SOC or Free Space Optical Communications project at X. If you haven’t heard of X before, they are the moonshot factory under Alphabet. I enjoyed this conv ...…
 
About 1,500 applicants for just 400 spaces. From 100 entrepreneurial teams to 500 in the short lifetime of the program. What’s so amazing about the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute that everyone’s clamoring to be a part? The maker space, of course. On a recent episode of Enrollment Growth University, I got to talk to Troy D'Ambrosio, Assistant D ...…
 
Dr. Michelle Marks, Vice President for Academic Innovation and New Ventures at George Mason University joined the podcast to talk about their new partnership with Amazon Web Services, and the importance of incorporating additional tech credentials and certifications within our degree programs.
 
This episode of the Metro21: Smart Cities Institute podcast welcomes Samantha "Sam" Stedford from the Pittsburgh International Airport. She has been a leading advocate for the technological and social advancement of the airport, and has served as the liaison between PIT International Airport and Metro21. Karen Lightman, Executive Director of Me ...…
 
Dr. John Branch, Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, joined the podcast to discuss the 12-minute rule he uses in his classrooms to maximize student engagement.
 
Today’s airplanes use automation to assist pilots during flights. Airplane computers often take control of navigation, they have the capability of performing landing and takeoff maneuvers, and they can make decisions over many aspects of the flight. As automation continues to expand, however, conflicts can arise if a human pilot needs to take i ...…
 
In this SEI Podcast, Dr. Giulia Fanti, an assistant professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, discusses her latest research including privacy problems in the cryptocurrency and blockchain space and generative adversarial networks.By Dr. Giulia Fanti.
 
Dr. Nicole Smith, Research Professor and Chief Economist at the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, joined the podcast to discuss how higher ed can help better bridge the gap between academia and industry.
 
Cyber Intelligence is a rapidly changing field, and many organizations do not have the people, time, and funding in place to build a cyber intelligence team, according to a report on cyber intelligence released in late May by researchers in the SEI’s Emerging Technology Center. As this podcast details, the report provides a snapshot of best pra ...…
 
Ray Schroeder, Associate Vice Chancellor of Online Learning at University of Illinois Springfield and Founding Director of the National Council for Online Education, joined the podcast to discuss what the advent of quantum computing means for higher education.
 
In 2011, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issued the “Cloud First” policy to reform federal information technology management, which required agencies to evaluate cloud computing options. In 2012, the DoD Cloud Computing Strategy evolved to identify the most effective ways for the department to capitalize on opportunities and take adva ...…
 
Humans have been playing games since pre-historic times. Games has been used throughout history not only for enjoyment, but to build skills in a fun and engaging way. Today’s games are no different. Join us as Tom Longstaff, CTO of the Software Engineering Institute speaks with Rotem Guttman, a cybersecurity and educational gamification researc ...…
 
Welcome to this week's episode of Heinz Radio with host, Eugene Leventhal. Back in April, Sam Quinones came to CMU's campus to give a talk as part of the University Lecture Series. Sam is a journalist and author of the book Dreamland: The True Tale of America's Opiate Epidemic - a really engaging read despite how heavy the topic is. We were exc ...…
 
Dr. Jitendra Singh, Associate Professor at the School of Nursing & Healthcare Leadership at Minnesota State University Moorhead, joined the podcast to talk about how we can use lean engineering principles to help continuously improve our online experiences.
 
Simulation environments allow people to practice skills such as setting up and defending networks. If we can record informative traces of activity in these online environments and draw accurate inferences about trainee capabilities, then we can provide evidence-based guidance on performance, assess mission readiness, optimize training schedules ...…
 
If you’re still trying to make sense of what exactly everyone means by “artificial intelligence,” you’re not alone. In this episode, we chat with AI expert and CMU Electrical and Computer Engineering professor Radu Marculescu to figure out what all this AI hype means, and how it may affect our future.…
 
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