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  1. 11.

    Engineering alumni, faculty among top 35 innovators in St. Louis

    CSE alumnus Jim McKelvey, co-founder of Square and Launchcode and founder of SixThirty was honored in Alive Magazine feature.

  1. 12.

    RT-Xen contributed real-time scheduler to newly released Xen 4.5

    Washington University CSE researchers in collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania have developed a new real-time scheduler for the popular Xen hypervisor.

  1. 13.

    Welcome to the department: Roman Garnett

    Roman Garnett, PhD, has joined the CSE department at Washington University

  1. 14.

    Apply now for the REU program

    Are you an undergraduate thinking of pursuing a PhD? Or do you just have an interest in research? Apply for our Research Experience for Undergraduates Program!

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    Wash U CSE alum named as 2014 ACM Fellow

    Lorrie Cranor, PhD, received the award in recognition for her work in usable privacy and security.

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    Wash U CSE faculty and students paving the way for Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

    AAAI 2015 (Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence) and IJCAI 2015 (International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence), the two major general-interest conferences, will both see heavy involvement from Wash U CSE faculty and students.

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    CSE faculty member named area chair for IJCAI-15

    Weixiong Zhang, PhD, will serve as an area chair for the International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence.

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    CSE faculty member co-authored Best Paper at RTSS'14

    Chenyang Lu, PhD, along with CSE alumnus Abusayeed Saifullah, PhD, co-authored an award winning paper at the flagship conference on real-time systems.

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    Wash U Engineering School students recognized at AT&T's Experience Weekend

    Four CSE undergraduates networked and interviewed with AT&T's senior leaders as part of the Technology Development Program.

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    Faculty member's research on mantis shrimp featured in Smithsonian Magazine

    Viktor Gruev, PhD, has used the mantis shrimp's eyes, which can detect differences in polarized light, to help construct a camera to spot cancer.

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

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