Washington University, St. Louis Engineering

The Department of Computer Science & Engineering trains future educators, researchers and engineers through an intensely personal engagement in a set of research activities that span the development of fundamental knowledge about computational processes, the design of new computing systems and methods, and the creation of novel applications that benefit society at large. The emphasis on interdisciplinary research facilitates engagement with departments across the University and promotes novel uses of information technology across a wide range of disciplines.

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CSE faculty member receives NSF grant to analyze large amounts of genomic and metabolic data

Yixin Chen, PhD, and Yinjie Tang, PhD of Electrical Engineering, received a three-year $486,510 grant entitled "ABI innovation: Integration of flux balance analyses with data mining and 13C-labeling experiments to decipher microbial metabolisms."


CSE faculty member receives NSF grant

Tao Ju, PhD, received a 3-year NSF award for continuing his research on algorithms and tools that help biologists unlock the 3D structures of molecules.


Computer science & engineering student start-ups awarded prizes in the 2014 Discovery Competition

Senior Ben Berman tied for first prize for his start-up Viamor Research Solutions, LLC, while senior Sam Donohue and junior Louis Wilson were awarded the third place prize for their start-up the Rekord team.


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Caitlin Kelleher
Caitlin Kelleher
Associate Professor
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Washington University in St. Louis School of Engineering & Applied Science, Department of Computer Science & Engineering

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