University of Alabama in Huntsville Police Department

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University of Alabama in Huntsville Police Department is located at 301 Sparkman Drive, Huntsville, 35899 AL. The University of Alabama in Huntsville Police Department phone number is 256-824-6596.

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Alves, a graduate research assistant for UAH’s Center for Cybersecurity Research and Education (CCRE), discovered the flaw while working on a paper comparing the behavior and functionality of OpenPLC with other PLCs.

"After hiring on at NASA’s MSFC, I received my MS degree from UAH while participating in MSFC’s Full-time Study Program. I had several UAH professors who were Dr. Wernher von Braun era experts, and their insight and advice on flight vehicle design was invaluable!"

"Failure of flash memory in critical applications can have catastrophic effects, from simply corrupting the system to enabling a hardware Trojan attack," says Dr. Rahman. "So there is a big demand for this ability to detect counterfeit flash with high confidence."

"I am particularly excited about the interdisciplinary nature of this year’s awardees," says Dr. Lindquist. “It is essential that our students are provided with the opportunities to conduct research that crosses traditional disciplines."

"You should be doing well in your classes, but you learn critical thinking and problem-solving skills through research," she says. "And the opportunities for students at UAH are always expanding, so there’s no excuse not to seek them out."

"I didn’t know much about [meterology] when I started, but I’ve been doing research in the field for three years now," she says. "That’s not what I was expecting, but Ryan Wade, my advisor, told me from the beginning that there are a lot more opportunities than students!"

Don't miss the Lamont Landers Band on "Showtime at the Apollo" tonight! Another UAH alum on the rise!

Wyskida served as Professor of Engineering at UAH for nearly 45 years. Wyskida was a three-time cancer survivor. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society - Huntsville/Madison County or the Greater Huntsville Humane Society (GHHS).

When asked if they would encourage other students to study abroad, both said yes. "It’ll change your life," said Day.

The UAH Small Business Development & Procurement Technical Assistance Center team at UAH provide a critical service in helping small businesses in North Alabama grow. The SBDC offers business counseling to seven counties in North Alabama, and expertise to assist small businesses at any stage.

The UAH Propulsion Research Center would like to gather a book of your remembrances about Dr. Coleman from his university colleagues, staff, and former students to give to his wife Anne Coleman. If you would like to provide a remembrance for this book, please contact Dr. Robert A. Frederick, Director, UAH Propulsion Research Center.

"There are some things that are difficult to measure well experimentally. But if you have some properties you can measure well experimentally, then you can compare them to the computational, and that gives you confidence that your other information that’s hard to get experimentally is reasonable."

"Don’t let the time commitment intimidate you," says Cole. "You aren’t going to get that kind of experience anywhere else." Khemphavanah seconds this, and as the team’s only undergraduate, offers his "rookie" perspective. "You just have to put in your part and keep up," he says. "No problem is too big."

"Currently I have four Ph.D. students and four M.Sc. students in the program," says Dr. Pour, who joined the UAH faculty in the fall of 2015 after earning a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Manitoba in Canada. "I also have two undergraduate research assistants. My mission is to encourage undergraduate students to pursue graduate degrees and build their future careers in the area of antennas and applied electromagnetics."

"UAH taught me various lessons and showed me a path to success. I didn’t apply to any school other than UAH," Kode says. "UAH encourages students to explore and enrich their interests and also helps showcase their talents to the outside world."

A memorial gathering for Dr. Richard Fork is planned at 12:30 p.m. Sunday at Berryhill Funeral Home, 2305 North Memorial Parkway, Huntsville. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Donna and Richard Fork Scholarship at UAH.

"We triggered this whole thing," reflects Dr. Preece. "And for our role in this Earth-shaking, or galaxy-shaking – quite literally, because it’s gravitational waves – observation, we were given the NASA Space Flight Awareness Team Award."

"In working with the I²C, we are hoping to partner with like-minded companies to develop new technologies and approach new markets. And we’re excited about the opportunity to partner with UAH research and academic programs to get a head start on the next big technological developments in the industry."

"I also chose to attend UAH for the abundant number of aerospace industries located in the area – which would provide internship and job potential. The UAH scholarships also really helped make my decision easier."

A capacity crowd heard former CIA and NSA - National Security Agency director Michael Hayden speak at the first UAH Distinguished Lecture Series event last night!

"One of the first questions a potential investor will ask them is regarding the status of intellectual property protection," he explains. "When they can respond that they have a patent application and it’s licensed through the university, the investor has much more confidence moving forward."

UAH Political Science professor Dr. Kathy Hawk discusses climate change in “The Conflict Between Science and Politics,” a student documentary about global warming that just earned the three high school filmmakers involved – Christian Arnsparger, Elijah Conway and Shalini Pandey – first place in the group documentary category at Alabama History Day in Montgomery. They will now compete in the national competition in June at the University of Maryland at College Park.

The new UAH FOCUS Magazine issue is out now! Read up on the CEO and executive director of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center, Dr. Deborah Barhart, as well as other research happening on campus!

"Those selected for MATRIX will receive scholarships about $10,000 per year for up to two consecutive years beginning with their first fall semester at UAH," says Dr. Kavan Hazeli, an assistant engineering professor who serves as the program’s principal investigator. "Their first year in the program will focus on community building and undergraduate research, and their second year will focus on professional development, networking, and internships. They will also have the possibility of staying in the program for a third year based on their performance."