Microsoft TEALS education program presented to Saginaw Public School District
SAGINAW, MI—What is “TEALS” and why should Saginaw students be educated through it? Ivan Phillips, a student with Saginaw High School and member of the Dow Treasure Academy, said he first learned of the TEALS program through a to Microsoft’s Detroit headquarters. You’ll never write a check to Microsoft TEALS,” said Morgan. “I was a computer science teacher at Carrollton High teaching in the Computer Science Tech Lab, which was state of the art from 1999 to 2004. For more information on the Microsoft TEALS program, visit the TEALS page on Microsoft’s website or check out the Microsoft TEALS twitter page.mlive.com
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University of Michigan professor joins FDA medical device security team
An associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science at U-M, Fu is the founder of the Archimedes Center for Medical Device Security. The university released the following Q&A with Fu, who discussed the medical device industry and the challenges it faces. Updating legacy medical device software is a huge challenge. A lot of medical device manufacturers have a difficult time grappling with computer security risks. The world needs five-year academic programs that combine biomedical engineering, software engineering and public policy to culminate with a master’s degree.
Ann Arbor cybersecurity startup Blumira’s rapid growth continues with hiring push
ANN ARBOR – Local cybersecurity startup Blumira has plans to double its headcount in 2021. With a team of 25, Blumira plans to double its headcount by the end of the year with a focus on hiring additional leadership roles and growing its sales and engineering teams. Part of Blumira’s success over the past year is due to its adoption of SaaS applications and migration to the cloud. Most recently, he led product management at Duo Security, which was acquired by Cisco in 2018 for $2.35 billion. in computer science and was head of UX and engineering at Arbor Networks (acquired by NETSCOUT in 2015) prior to his role at Duo Security.
Which types of masks are best at preventing the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19)?
DETROIT Public health officials strongly recommend using face coverings to slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), but not all masks are created equal. To demonstrate the differences between masks, researchers from the College of Engineering and Computer Science at Florida Atlantic University created a visual simulation. READ: How people ignoring safety measures, packing into bars has led to COVID-19 spikeResearchers werent trying to create the perfect model of droplet and aerosol spread through masks. They also showed the effect a light breeze had on the aerosol spread. A homemade stitched fabric mask did a much better job of reducing the amount of aerosol spread into the air.