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    CSE alumnus involved with relief efforts in tropical storm ravaged Dominica

    Delvin Defoe, PhD organizes fund-raising to help his home nation after the damages caused by Tropical Storm Erika

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    Pothole prevention: smart roads signal repair needs

    New CSE faculty member Shantanu Chakrabartty, PhD, collaboratively developed sensor technology to monitor road health.

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    CSE student participates in life-changing fellowship experience

    Mindy Borovsky, a Computer Science Major, went to Israel as part of the Birthright Israel Excel Fellowship.

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    Computer programming may get easier with new WashU research

    ​​​​I-Ting Angelina Lee, PhD,  and Kunal Agrawal, PhD, will work to make it easier for programmers to create these high-performance parallel programs with a three-year, $449,947 grant from the National Science Foundation.

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    CSE student awarded prestigious scholarship

    John Emmons, a second year dual degree and BS/MS student, has been awarded an Upsilon Pi Epsilon Executive Council Award.

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    WashU computer scientist considers competition's effect on social welfare

    In the financial markets, Sanmay Das, PhD, and members of his lab will consider whether high-frequency trading, a computer-algorithm-based rapid form of trading, is beneficial or costly to society.

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    Moseley wins Google Faculty Research Award

    Benjamin Moseley, PhD, will use a grant from Google to improve a computer's ability to mine "big data."

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    Faculty member to give keynote speech at ADCOM 2015

    Raj Jain, PhD, will give the IEEE Computer Society Keynote at the ADCOM 2015 conference in Chennai, India.

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    CSE faculty member to give keynote at International Symposium on AI and Mathematics

    Yixin Chen, PhD, will give the keynote speech at the International Symposium on AI and Mathematics  (ISAIM) in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

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    NSF grant awarded to design, prototype, and evaluate an Application-Specific Processor

    Roger Chamberlain, PhD, and Ron Cytron, PhD, received the award to research the concurrent execution of data integration workloads for multiple streams of big data.

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

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

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