Washington University, St. Louis Engineering


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    More Washington University technology grads stay in St. Louis

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch highlights alumni from the Department of Computer Science & Engineering.

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    Computer Science & Engineering professor recognized with "Test of Time" Award

    Jeremy Buhler, PhD, was given the 2013 RECOMB "Test of Time" Award for his paper "Finding Motifs Using Random Projections".

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    Doctoral student awarded 2013 Google-SVA Scholarship

    Jonathan Beard, PhD candidate in computer science, was awarded the $10,000 scholarship based on his academic background, leadership, and passion for computer science.

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    Simulations enable wireless control for resilient civil infrastructure

    School of Engineering & Applied Science researchers have developed a promising technology to control structures in the event of natural disasters.

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    Magazine special feature: Q&A with Roch Guérin

    "Academia is really, more than any other place, a place where success is a function of people."

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    Computer Science & Engineering professor recognized at Freshman Finale

    Ron Cytron, PhD, was awarded the 2013 Outstanding Faculty Member by the WU Freshman Class Council.

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    Department presents Outstanding Student Awards

    Ten undergraduate students were recognized for their research contributions, curriculum performance, and leadership within the Department of Computer Science & Engineering.

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    Doctoral student awarded 2013-2014 NVIDIA Graduate Fellowship

    Stephen Tyree, PhD candidate in computer science, won the award for his work on Graphics Processing Units (GPUs).

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    Computer Science & Engineering research associate featured in St. Louis Post-Dispatch

    Abby Stylianou will help investigators locate the misplaced grave of an unidentified girl who had been killed 30 years ago.

  1. 60.

    Twenty Minutes with Kilian Weinberger

    Professor Weinberger's research focuses on machine learning, a new approach to artificial intelligence in which computers learn on their own using learning algorithms.

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

Bryan Hall, CB 1045, 1 Brookings Drive, Saint Louis, MO, USA 63130
Phone: (314) 935-6160, Fax: (314) 935-7302

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