Washington University, St. Louis Engineering


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    WUSTL professor's work may change way Internet works

    Computer science & engineering professor Patrick Crowley is collaborating with Named Data Networking team on NSF project.

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    Early computer for biomedical research subject of exhibit

    The Laboratory INstrument Computer (LINC) is on display at Bernard Becker Medical Library.

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    Professor Raj Jain invited to give three conferences keynotes

    Professor of Computer Science & Engineering Raj Jain will speak at three networking conferences in Morocco and India.

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    New MetroLink app comes from WUSTL Engineering lecturer

    Todd Sproull hopes the new app will make it easier for St. Louis citizens and visitors to travel via MetroLink.

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    3-D maps without the glasses

    The Media and Machines Lab created www.projectlive3d.com, which uses webcams and Google Earth scenes to forge a correspondence between the 3-D world and 2-D images, allowing users to see images of international locations in 3-D in real time.

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    ‘Apps’ invented by Engineering students

    Lecturer Todd Sproull teaches a course that challenges students to develop innovative apps for the iPhone and iPad.

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    Collaborative imaging grant awarded to Computer Science & Engineering

    Professors Robert Pless and Cindy Grimm will collaborate with the University of Vermont, the University of California San Diego and the University of Arizona to explore citizen-science of large imaging projects.

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    Cyber-Physical Systems grant awarded to Computer Science & Engineering

    Computer science & engineering professor Chenyang Lu received a $300,000 grant from NSF.

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    Distinguished lecture series to focus on cyber-physical systems

    The Department of Computer Science & Engineering will host the five-part lecture series, which focuses on the coordination between computational resources and the physical systems they control.

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    Academic Venture Fund grant recipients announced

    Patrick Crowley, associate professor of computer science and engineering, was awarded a grant from the Brookings Institution and WUSTL for “The Identity Theft and Possible Remedies Project.”

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
Phone: (314) 935-6160, Fax: (314) 935-7302

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