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  1. 41.

    National Science Foundation grant awarded to Associate Professor Patrick Crowley

    The NSF Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) development grant will enhance the Open Network Lab and its user community support.

  1. 42.

    Samsung Global Research grant awarded to Computer Science & Engineering professor

    Viktor Gruev has received a one-year, $145,870 grant titled, "Polarization Enhanced Image Sensor for Endoscopy."

  1. 43.

    Doctoral student awarded Imaging Sciences Pathway Fellowship

    Derek Burrows, PhD candidate in computer science, won an ISP Fellowship for the 2012-2013 academic year.

  1. 44.

    Computer Science & Engineering professor receives collaborative grant from AFOSR

    Viktor Gruev has received a four-year, $3.5 million grant from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.

  1. 45.

    Computer Science & Engineering faculty win CAREER Awards

    Assistant Professors Kunal Agrawal and Kilian Weinberger won individual Faculty Early Career Development Awards (CAREER award) from the National Science Foundation (NSF).

  1. 46.

    NIH awards $1.2 million to Zhang for genetic analysis

    Weixiong Zhang and Sharlee Climer received the four year grant to develop a novel approach for analyzing genome-wide gene profiling data for complex disease studies.

  1. 47.

    Computer Science & Engineering research awarded Henning Andersen Prize

    The Henning Andersen Prize was selected by the European Society for Paediatric Endocrinology from 1,012 abstracts.

  1. 48.

    Pay with your name

    Square, co-founded by alumnus Jim McKelvey, recently introduced Pay With Square, which allows users to make purchases without using cash or credit cards.

  1. 49.

    Professor Raj Jain to give international conference keynote talk

    The ACM MobiHeld 2012 will be collocated with ACM MobiSys 2012 in the United Kingdom.

  1. 50.

    I-CARES grant awarded to Computer Science & Engineering professor

    Professor Chenyang Lu was awarded a $35,000 I-CARES grant entitled, "Reliable Home Area Networking for Energy-Efficient Buildings and Homes."

Washington University in St. Louis School of Engineering & Applied Science, Department of Computer Science & Engineering

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