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    Alumna Cranor named chief technologist for FTC

    Lorrie Cranor, who earned four degrees from the School of Engineering & Applied Science, was recently named chief technologist for the Federal Trade Commission.

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    Lu, Gill to expand work in real-time virtualization, cloud computing software

    Chenyang Lu, PhD​, the Fullgraf Professor, and Christopher Gill, PhD, receive a three-year, $610,330 grant from the Office of Naval Research to study dynamic real-time virtualization and cloud computing.

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    Jain gives keynote talk at the IoT World Forum Symposium in Dubai

    Raj Jain, PhD, gives keynote talk at the Research and Innovation Symposium hosted by the IoT World Foru

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    Paper authored by CSE professors and students receives distinguished paper award

    Yuan Wang, PhD, a previous postdoc of the CSE department, professors Yixin Chen, PhD, and Chenyang Lu, PhD, and several CSE students co-author ICU big-data paper that receives Distinguished Paper award at the AMIA 2015 Annual Symposium.

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    Advice from Silicon Valley VC of the Year and WashU alum Gaurav Garg

    We took School of Engineering & Applied Science alumnus Gaurav Garg back to his Washington University days and asked him for some advice for current students.

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    WashU collaborative team honored for bioinspired sensor research

    A collaboration of engineers and researchers from Washington University in St. Louis' School of Engineering & Applied Science and School of Medicine led by Viktor Gruev, PhD, has received the highest award from the IEEE for developing a bioinspired imaging sensor for medical imaging applications.

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    Furukawa receives funding from Zillow

    When shopping for a house, buyers may want to see what rooms look like beyond two-dimensional photos before scheduling a visit. A computer scientist from Washington University in St. Louis is working to make that happen in partnership with Zillow Inc.

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    Moseley wins $10,000 award from Yahoo Labs

    Benjamin Moseley, PhD, assistant professor of computer science in the School of Engineering & Applied Science, has received an Academic Career Enabling (ACE) Award from Yahoo Labs.

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    Lu named IEEE Fellow

    Chenyang Lu, PhD, the Fullgraf Professor in the School of Engineering & Applied Science at Washington University in St. Louis, has been named a IEEE Fellow.

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    Computer Science & Engineering to offer Clare Boothe Luce Graduate Fellowships

    The Department of Computer Science & Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis will offer two Clare Boothe Luce Graduate Fellowships to support female doctoral students beginning in Fall 2016.

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