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SPRING 2016

Computer Science & Engineering to host Big Data Analytics REU summer program funded by the NSF

The department will offer a summer research program for undergraduates that focuses on data analysis, a fast-growing field in need of well-qualified individuals for a wide range of careers in the STEM fields.

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Jain receives A. A. Michelson Award

Raj Jain, professor of Computer Science & Engineering, received the 2015 A. A. Michelson Award from the Computer Measurement Group.

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Entrepreneurship advice from Schoology founders

The education technology company, co-founded by WashU CSE alumnus, Timothy Trinidad, has seen remarkable revenue and client growth over the past two years.

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Lu named IEEE Fellow

Chenyang Lu, the Fullgraf Professor in the School of Engineering & Applied Science at Washington University in St. Louis, has been named a IEEE Fellow.

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Six Engineering students from WashU placed in the top 20 in a recent computer coding event for female engineering students.

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Within the past five years, the Department of Computer Science and Engineering has experienced a 135% growth. This spring, the department expects to graduate 97 undergraduate Computer Science and Computer Engineering majors and 22 undergraduate second majors.

CSE will offer two Clare Boothe Luce Graduate Fellowships to support female doctoral students beginning in Fall 2016.

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Open lecturer positions

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A collaboration of engineers and researchers led by Viktor Gruev has received the highest award from the IEEE for developing a bioinspired imaging sensor for medical imaging applications.

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Benjamin Moseley has received an Academic Career Enabling (ACE) Award from Yahoo Labs.

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Yasutaka Furukawa teams with Zillow to create a smartphone room-mapping app.

Yasutaka Furukawa seeks to transform standard 2-D panorama images into next-generation virtual reality assets for high-end 3-D applications.

 

Jessie Graham, EN'14, former McKelvey Scholar, and currently works for Epic Systems in Madison, Wis. She was recently featured in a Chicago newspaper for her volunteer work with Girls Who Code.

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Lorrie Cranor, who earned four degrees from the School of Engineering & Applied Science, was recently named chief technologist for the Federal Trade Commission.

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