Washington University, St. Louis Engineering


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  1. 91.

    Professor Chenyang Lu discusses credit card security on local NBC affiliate

    The Computer Science & Engineering professor spoke about the risks of using credit cards embedded with radio frequency identification technology, or RFID.

  1. 92.

    Collaborative genome grant awarded to Computer Science & Engineering

    Professor Weixiong Zhang will collaborate with scientists at the USDA in a plant-biology project.

  1. 93.

    Professor Raj Jain to receive prestigious "Hind Rattan Award"

    The award, translated "Jewel of India," is presented to about 30 members of the worldwide Indian Diaspora by the NRI Welfare Society of India in recognition for outstanding service and achievements.

  1. 94.

    Cancer center grant awarded to Computer Science & Engineering

    Yixin Chen received a $84,000 grant from the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.

  1. 95.

    Real-time systems article is most cited since 2002

    Written by Professor Chenyang Lu, the article has been cited over 115 times (source: ISI Journal Citation Reports (JCR)).

  1. 96.

    Computer Science & Engineering professor named ACM fellow

    Ron Cytron was named a 2010 ACM fellow for his contributions to algorithms and implementations of automatic program parallelization.

  1. 97.

    Associate Professor Patrick Crowley discusses WikiLeaks on talk radio

    Patrick Crowley appeared on "The Takeaway" to discuss the recent security breaches involving the Department of State and Department of Defense.

  1. 98.

    Software engineers gather in Santa Fe to examine software research needs and directions

    Professor Roman marshaled the intellectual and financial resources that transformed the FSE annual meeting into a memorable event expected to have a lasting impact.

  1. 99.

    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.

  1. 100.

    Early computer for biomedical research subject of exhibit

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

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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