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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NSF grant supporting research in perennial computing devices powered by thermal noise

Shantanu Chakrabartty, PhD, received the $345,000 grant for his work with self-powered sensing devices, circuits and algorithms for event time stamping and event reconstruction.


CSE alum receives prestigious teaching award

Christine Julien, PhD, received a 2015 Regents' Outstanding Teaching Award from the University of Texas at Austin.


CSE faculty members receive NSF grant

Angelina Lee, PhD, and Kunal Agrawal, PhD, were awarded funding to research scheduling algorithms, compiler transformations, and runtime automation.


WashU computer scientists part of $8M data research grant​​​

Robert Pless, PhD, and Roman Garnett, PhD, are part of a research team that will use big data to accelerate breeding and the commercial release of sorghum crops that can be used as a renewable energy source.


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Viktor Gruev
Viktor Gruev
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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