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FALL 2018
The National Science Foundation awarded a team of engineers at Washington University in St. Louis a three-year, $501,797 grant to develop a unified framework for the design, verification and deployment of dynamically customizable safety-critical systems.
Engineers receive new funding to improve safety-critical devices


"Each year, we compete with the very best engineering schools to recruit extraordinary faculty members," said Aaron F. Bobick, dean and the James M. McKelvey Professor.


Building the backbone of a smarter smart home
The National Science Foundation awarded William Yeoh a $300,000 grant to assist in developing smart home AI algorithms that can determine what a user wants by both asking questions and making smart guesses.
Building a better microscope
Using computations, machine learning and signal processing, Ulugbek Kamilov plans to lay the groundwork for a better microscope.
Making sense, pictures of medical data
Alvitta Ottley developed a way for patients to better understand the results of their mammograms.


We will be attending the 2018 Grace Hopper Celebration on Wednesday, September 26 — Friday, September 28 in Houston, Texas. Visit us at booth number 7540!

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