Researchers have proposed systems in which users utilize an eye tracker to enter passwords by merely looking at the proper symbols on the computer monitor in the appropriate order. This authentication method is immune to the practice of shoulder surfing: secretly observing the keystrokes of a legitimate user as he or she types a password on a keyboard.
The majority of today’s authentication systems, including password and fingerprint scanners, are based on one-time, static authentication methods.
Tom Ravens and collaborators are developing process-based coastal erosion models. In contrast to conventional models, these models account for the thermal and mechanical processes that are important in the Arctic.
Design of the Chukchi weather station was accomplished as part of a design project by senior Civil Engineering students at the University of Alaska Anchorage where the structure of an engineering firm was simulated and a partnership with ConocoPhillips Alaska was utilized.
The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill in 2010 reflects a series of system-wide risk management failures.
With the increased demand for more classrooms and labs, it is requested that a new, larger School of Engineering Building be built to support the ever increasing enrollment.
This Design Study Report (DSR) was prepared in support of the New Seward Highway (NSH) Rabbit Creek to 36th Ave.
This Design Study Report (DSR) was prepared in conjunction with Phase II of the West Dowling Road (WDR) extension from the termination of Phase I at C Street, southwest through to Raspberry Road.
This project was proposed to increase capacity and create a more direct east-west connection between Old Seward Highway and C Street.