Washington University, St. Louis Engineering


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  1. 51.

    Assistant Professor Kunal Agrawal receives gift from the Intel Corporation

    The $50,000 gift will be used to support development on a new undergraduate course.

  1. 52.

    Recreating mantis shrimp vision may aid biomedical imaging, weapons targeting

    A group of researchers, including Viktor Gruev, PhD, want to recreate that vision to make a specialized camera that could bring more precision to biomedical imaging and weapon targeting in defense.

  1. 53.

    Engineering student's new app featured in Student Life

    Vinoo Ganesh is working on a phone application to track the WUSTL campus circulator using GPS systems. He expects the app to be available before the next school year.

  1. 54.

    Computer Science & Engineering professor receives grant from National Science Foundation

    Raj Jain, in collaboration with Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis, has received a $200,000 grant to develop a next generation Internet architecture.

  1. 55.

    Department of Computer Science & Engineering representatives attend 2012 Grace Hopper conference

    Lecturer Anne Bracy and students joined 3,600 other women at the annual conference.

  1. 56.

    Guérin named chair of Computer Science & Engineering

    Roch Guérin, PhD, has been named chair of the Computer Science & Engineering department at Washington University in St. Louis effective July 1, 2013.

  1. 57.

    Students and alumni found app company, release first app

    Computer Science & Engineering course, CSE 436S, spurs creation of new app, Drop 'r Pop.

  1. 58.

    Online memory test developed by Computer Science & Engineering lecturer and student

    Lecturer Todd Sproull and senior Parker Spielman worked with the Department of Psychology to develop the online experiment.

  1. 59.

    National Science Foundation grant awarded to Associate Professor Patrick Crowley

    The NSF Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) development grant will enhance the Open Network Lab and its user community support.

  1. 60.

    Samsung Global Research grant awarded to Computer Science & Engineering professor

    Viktor Gruev has received a one-year, $145,870 grant titled, "Polarization Enhanced Image Sensor for Endoscopy."

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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