DyDAn - Center for Dynamic Data Analysis - a DHS Center of Excellence
 

The Center for Dynamic Data Analysis (DyDAn), led by Rutgers University, is one of four Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Centers of Excellence affiliated with the Institute for Discrete Sciences (IDS). IDS is a joint project between DHS and several national laboratories, based at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. DyDAn coordinates the other three IDS Centers of Excellence which are located at the University of Illinois, the University of Pittsburgh, and the University of Southern California.
The DyDAn Center has been replaced by CCICADA: see ccicada.org.

Center News: The United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has selected Rutgers University to co-lead a new DHS Center of Excellence for Command, Control, and Interoperability.

DyDan research blog: provides a forum to discuss DyDan research issues

Opportunities to Apply:

2009 Reconnect Conference: Visual Analytics and Applications is a one week program to expose faculty teaching undergraduates and researchers in government and industry to the role of visual analytics in homeland security and other application areas. Reconnect will be held August 9-15. We are accepting applications NOW.

Center Information: Center News: DHS Research & Education News: The Other Institute for Discrete Sciences University Affiliate Centers:
  • MIAS: Center for Multimodal Information Access and Synthesis at University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign
  • CERATOPS: Center for the Extraction and Summarization of Events and Opinions in Text at University of Pittsburgh Center
  • CKID: Center for Knowledge Integration and Discovery at USC Information Sciences Institute

 

Last modified June 18, 2009.