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Engineering News
OCTOBER 2018
Improving the imaging for coronary artery disease, Americas No. 1 killer
Imaging scientists at WashU are working to develop a new method that will likely improve patient outcomes in coronary artery disease.
Shen leads team seeking to improve quantum computation
J.T. Shen is leading a team developing a way to boost quantum information science and technology.
Elevated attraction
Efforts of WashU alumni proved pivotal in the transformation of the Gateway Arch grounds and museum. The only thing missing now, they say, is you!
Unlocking dynamic information in complex systems
Jr-Shin Li and collaborators want to determine how the brain network controls circadian rhythm, among other theoretical work.
CYBERSECURITY MONTH
Cybersecurity Ventures estimates there will be 3.5 million unfilled jobs by 2021. Computer Science & Engineering Assistant Professor Ning Zhang and Director of Cybersecurity Strategic Initiative Joe Scherrer share their insight on the threats to cybersecurity and the rewards of working in the field.
Cybersecurity month
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Roger Chamberlain

Chamberlain leads team working to expose new tuning knobs that will enable performance auto-tuning while executing applications on architecturally diverse computers.

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