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  1. 91.

    Faculty Opening: Computer Science & Engineering Department Chair

    Washington University in St. Louis invites applications for the tenured position of Professor and Department Chair.

  1. 92.

    Computer Science & Engineering Interim Chair announced

    Dean Ralph Quatrano announced the appointment of Jeremy Buhler as the interim chair of the Department of Computer Science & Engineering, effective July 1, 2011.

  1. 93.

    Computer Science & Engineering welcomes 2011 PhD class

    In an incoming class of 14 students, including three NSF Graduate Fellows, four alumni of WUSTL undergraduate summer research programs and seven women.

  1. 94.

    AAAI honors Computer Science & Engineering professor

    Assistant Professor Kilian Weinberger was selected as one of two Outstanding Senior Program Committee members for his service to the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence.

  1. 95.

    How WUSTL is developing the next generation of iOS programmers

    Over the six semesters that the instructor, Todd Sproull, has taught the class, he has had close to 150 students.

  1. 96.

    Computer Science & Engineering professor's research featured on wired.co.uk

    Chenyang Lu's new wireless sensor network was featured: "Hospital Wi-Fi network provides warning system for at-risk patients."

  1. 97.

    NSF awards "macrosystems biology" grant to Associate Professor Robert Pless

    Plant phenology includes, for example, the timing of leaf emergence in the spring and color changes in the autumn, as well as longer-term changes in the effects of climate.

  1. 98.

    Wireless network in hospital monitors vital signs

    In a highly unusual collaboration, Professor Chenyang Lu and physician Tom Bailey are developing a distributed sensor network that would continuously monitor the vital signs of hospitalized patients not in the ICU, a level of care not otherwise available.

  1. 99.

    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.

  1. 100.

    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.

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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