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    Cyber security platform Observable Networks poised for growth

    Observable Networks, founded by Professor Patrick Crowley, has raised $4 million, including a $50,000 Arch Grant and almost $2 million from the National Science Foundation’s Small Business Innovation Research grants.

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    Gruev named distinguished alumnus by SIU-Carbondale

    Technology developed in Viktor Gruev's lab is helping physicians in early diagnosis of colorectal cancer and other cancers.

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    Meet Class of 2016 Valedictorian Joseph Pasque

    Joseph Pasque, computer science major, is the Class of 2016 Valedictorian for the School of Engineering & Applied Science.

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    Furukawa wins Google funds to prepare images for virtual reality

    Yasutaka Furukawa, PhD, is working to develop 3-D panorama images for virtual reality applications such as Google Cardboard with a grant from Google.

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    How alumna Jessie Graham inspires young girls to code

    Jessie Graham EN'14 is a former McKelvey Scholar, and currently works for Epic Systems in Madison, Wis. She was recently featured in a Chicago newspaper for her volunteer work with Girls Who Code.

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    Computer Science & Engineering to host Big Data Analytics REU summer program

    Ten undergraduate students will have the opportunity to do in-depth research in big data analytics at WashU this summer in a new program run by Computer Science & Engineering.

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    Jain to lead group developing secure, cloud network for collaborations

    Engineers at WashU, Purdue University and Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis are working to find a secure, cloud-based way to share data for collaborative research with funding from the National Science Foundation.

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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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