National Security lab deputy director to speak at SI
Mark E. Segal, deputy director, Laboratory for Telecommunications Sciences at the National Security Agency, will present a talk on “Computer Science Research at the National Security Agency” on Wednesday, March 30 at noon in the Ehrlicher Room, 3100 North Quad.
He will discuss the work of the research laboratory and the National Security Agency, some of the difficult technical challenges they face, and the ways in which the NSA collaborates with universities.
The Laboratory for Telecommunications Sciences is part of the NSA Research Directorate and is located on the campus of the University of Maryland in College Park. As a member of the LTS senior leadership team, Segal oversees the formulation and execution of a networking and computing scientific research program that enhances the NSA signals intelligence and information assurance missions.
Prior to joining NSA in 2007, Segal worked in the telecommunications industry for 18 years. He has conducted research in the areas of distributed computing, dependable systems, information assurance, and multimedia systems. He holds B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in computer and communications sciences from the University of Michigan.
This talk is sponsored by the School of Information. The public is invited and lunch will be provided.Explore posts in the same categories: Events, Guest speakers