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    Professor Bill Smart discusses robot photography in New Scientist magazine

    PAPARAZZI could soon be fighting for their jobs with robots that can take aesthetically pleasing photos.

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    Cyber Security Challenge seeks solutions to data leakage and loss

    Individuals, firms and companies, and universities from around the world are eligible to compete for the $10,000 prize.

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    Journal of Structural Biology cover features Computer Science & Engineering research

    The article features the protein modeling software Gorgon, which is spearheaded by Associate Professor Tao Ju.

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    Department presents Outstanding Student Awards

    Nine undergraduate students were recognized for their research contributions, curriculum performance, and leadership within the Department of Computer Science & Engineering.

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    New app allows WUSTL course listings to be viewed on mobile devices

    Engineering alumnus Dan Brewster developed Course Monkey, which allows students to browse Washington University course listings on their iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.

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    Vinoo Ganesh earns National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Hollings Scholarship

    "Working at NOAA would provide me with a means to implement some of the concepts that I study in the classroom to analyze and chart changes in the environment," Ganesh says.

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    Associate Professor Patrick Crowley leads Online Identity & Consumer Trust event

    This activity was funded by the Brookings/Washington University joint venture fund and the transcript is available online: brookings.edu.

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    Will Draffin named SURF scholar

    With funding from the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF), Will plans to work in the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Engineering Laboratory.

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    Computer Science & Engineering professor earns NSF CAREER Award

    Assistant Professor Caitlin Kelleher's project will enable researchers to build a virtual mentoring system. Professor Kelleher is the ninth WUSTL Engineering faculty member to receive a NSF CAREER Award since 2005.

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    ABC News features ultrasound research developed at Washington University in St. Louis

    The smartphone-based ultrasound system developed by William D. Richard and David M. Zar has won numerous awards and is transforming healthcare in developing countries.

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

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