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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."

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    Students and faculty receive runner-up for Best Student Paper Award

    Wenlin Chen, Yixin Chen, PhD, and Kilian Weinberger, PhD, earned the award from the KDD 2014 conference on data mining and machine learning.

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    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.

  1. 44.

    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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    Named Data Networking project receives second phase of funding from NSF

    Patrick Crowley's, PhD, project will receive $998,769 over the duration of two years.

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    PhD student to attend Heidelberg Laureate Forum

    Jing Li will be one of 200 young researchers attending the second conference held in Heidelberg, Germany.

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    Observable Networks receives prestigious SBIR award from the National Science Foundation

    New platform identifies suspicious behavior in all devices attached to SCADA and critical infrastructure networks – detects compromised and misused assets escaping security tools.

  1. 48.

    CSE professor to serve as program chair for real-time systems symposium

    Chris Gill, PhD, will be the program chair for the IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium in December.

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    Faculty work on goggle device with specialized cameras for cancer surgery receives national acclaim

    Viktor Gruev, PhD, has developed glasses to help surgeons "see" cancer.

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    Women gaining momentum in computer science and engineering

    Anne Bracy's WiCS organization seeks to close the gender gap and make women confident in the computer science and engineering field.

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

Bryan Hall, CB 1045, 1 Brookings Drive, Saint Louis, MO, USA 63130
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