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Washington University in St. Louis
Engineering News

JULY 2015

WashU computer scientists part of $8M
'big data' research grant
Robert Pless, PhD, and Roman Garnett, PhD, join a group of researchers at 10 institutions working to create a better sorghum to be used as a renewable energy source with an $8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy’s ARPA-E TERRA program.
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Students

 

Applied Particle Technology Arch Grant

Applied Particle Technology's $50,000 Arch Grant continues the school's long tradition of air-quality research. The grant provides funding and free support services to startups in St. Louis.

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Faculty

 

Chakrabarty receives CAREER Award

Rajan Chakrabarty, PhD, will study the environmental impact of burning biomass with a CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation.

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Alumni

 

WashU alum crucial to successful mission to Pluto

Brian Bauer (EN SI '05) is in charge of the probe's autopilot software.

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Upcoming events

Aug. 20

Convocation

Aug. 21-23

Undergraduate Orientation

Aug. 24

Classes begin

Aug. 28

CBAC 10th Anniversary Symposium

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Larry Taber wins Skalak award for third time, makes history


Integrating natural, man-made resources may lead to better materials


Engineering doctoral student wins $10,000 for efficient hearing test


New drugs to treat deadly heart condition aim of $3.1M study


Guy Genin receives highest academic honor from Chinese government


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NPR recently featured Professor Lihong Wang, PhD, and his quest to ‘solve the mysteries of the human brain.’

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