"Championing Excellence: Our Esteemed Sponsors Making a Lasting Impact"
We extend our deepest gratitude to our esteemed sponsors, The Cybersecurity Assurance and Policy Center (CAP Center) and the Center for Equitable AI & Machine Learning Systems (C.E.A.M.L.S.) of Morgan State University. Your unwavering support and commitment to our mission have been instrumental in driving the success of the UACI Summer STEM Camp. Through your generous contributions, we have been able to provide life-changing opportunities to African-American youth, fostering a love for STEM and equipping them with the skills and knowledge to excel in the digital age. Your dedication to empowering the next generation of African-American STEM leaders is truly inspiring, and we are honored to have your partnership. Together, we are making a lasting impact and shaping a brighter future for our community. Thank you for your invaluable support and belief in our mission.
The CAP Center mission is to provide the electronics industry and intelligence community with knowledge, methodology, solutions, and skilled cybersecurity engineers to help prevent penetration and manipulation of our nation’s cyber-physical infrastructures. We use noninvasive hardware and software reverse engineering techniques to assess physical layer cybersecurity vulnerabilities in embedded systems, specifically IoT devices. We also develop countermeasures to secure them against sensitive data extraction, disruption, diversion, and obfuscation.
The Center for Equitable AI and Machine Learning Systems (CEAMLS) facilitates the research, development of standards, identification of new methods, and advancement of innovative technologies that benefit everyone on the planet. CEAMLS serves as an interdisciplinary nexus for thought leadership in the application of fair and unbiased technology and its applications. The Center will remain rooted in scholarly stewardship, cultivating the next generation of students at all levels, as well as life-long learners across industries and areas of study.