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Observable Networks receives prestigious SBIR award from the National Science Foundation
New platform identifies suspicious behavior in all devices attached to SCADA and critical infrastructure networks – detects compromised and misused assets escaping security tools.
CSE professor to serve as program chair for real-time systems symposium
Chris Gill, PhD, will be the program chair for the IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium in December.
Faculty work on goggle device with specialized cameras for cancer surgery receives national acclaim
Viktor Gruev, PhD, has developed glasses to help surgeons "see" cancer.
Women gaining momentum in computer science and engineering
Anne Bracy's WiCS organization seeks to close the gender gap and make women confident in the computer science and engineering field.
CSE students to attend Computing Research Association workshop
Hila Ben Abraham and Adina Stoica, PhD students, will participate in the CRA-Women Grad Cohort Workshop, a mentoring program for graduate women in computing.
Computer science student awarded at ICSR
PhD student David Lu won the Runner-Up award for best poster.
Department of Computer Science & Engineering honors founding chair
The department dedicated the Jolley Hall 5th floor atrium to Jerry Cox.
Washington University in St. Louis serves as sponsor at Grace Hopper Conference
Lecturer Anne Bracy and three students participated in the annual conference, held this year in Minneapolis, MN.
New professor spoke at Microsoft Research Faculty Summit
Sanmay Das joined Bill Gates and top researchers in discussing computer science's leading questions.
Geolocation technology allows computer science students to find missing grave
Abby Stylianou and Austin Abrams of Dr. Robert Pless’s Media and Machines Lab located the 1983 grave of a young Jane Doe.
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