In News:

      03/30/2020

Our paper, A Methodology for Implementing the Formal Legal-GRL Framework: A Research Preview  has been accepted at Int. Working Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality, 2020.

     02/07/2020 

Our Workshop on PrivateNLP held in Houston, TX collocated with WSDM20.

 

      02/07/2019 

Our paper, Is It Possible to Preserve Privacy in the Age of AI? has been accepted at PrivateNLP Workshop.

 

      11/13/2019 

Dr. Ghanavati gave a talk at IEEE COM/CS Chapter, at Husson University.

      04/03/2019

Our project, Privacy Consistency Framework for IoT Applications has been selected as the awardee for UMaine Research - Faculty Travel Fund. 

 

     03/28/2019

Dr. Ghanavati gave a tech talk at Google Sunnyvale.

      03/14/2019

Dr. Ghanavati received travel grant from NSF to attend CISE Career Workshop April 8 - 9.

 

      03/08/2019

We received $5,000 in Google Cloud Platform credits for our research proposal.

      02/28/2019

Our research project "Privacy Statements’ Recommender System (PSRS) based on Permission Methods of Android Applications" has been funded by Google Faculty Research Award

 

      01/30/2019

Our extended abstract and poster "Towards Integrating the FLG Framework with the NLP Combinatory Framework" by Amin Rabinia, Mauro Dragoni and Sepideh Ghanavati has been accepted at PAL: Privacy-Enhancing Artificial Intelligence and Language Technologies - AAAI Spring Symposium.  

 

      10/29/2018

Dr. Ghanavati has received a travel award from "Bangors Savings Bank/LuRosso".

      09/01/2018

Started a position at UMaine.

      08/09/2018

The submission site for AAAI Spring Symposium on Privacy-Enhancing Artificial Intelligence and Language Technologies is now open

      07/06/2018

Our paper, Privacy Consistency Analyzer for Android Applications, got accepted at ESPRE workshop.

Our paper, the FOL-based Legal-GRL (FLG) Framework: Towards an Automated Goal Modeling Approach for Regulations  got accepted at MODRE workshop.

      11/14/2017

Dr. Ghanavati has received NSF Support Grant for Junior Researchers - CNS-1257011 - Schloss Dagstuhl for attending Dagstuhl Seminar 18171, "Normative Multi-Agent Systems", 2017.

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