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Mar 31, 2015

Cyber Privacy App Gets Boost from CSE Alumnus, Research Scientist Now Teaching at Carnegie Mellon

CSE got a plug from one of its alumni and former research scientist in an article about how most apps don't care about privacy. CSE alumnus Yuvraj…


Mar 30, 2015

New Opportunities for CSE Students, Faculty in Qualcomm Institute Innovation Space

The Qualcomm Institute is setting up a new space where companies can apply to lease offices or labs on the second floor of Atkinson Hall, across from…


Mar 19, 2015

Bioinformatics Experiment Holds Promise for Industrial Production of Algae Biofuels

CSE Prof. Vineet Bafna was on the roster of experts who spoke at the Green Revolution 2.0 symposium March 12-13 in the Qualcomm Institute, organized…


Mar 18, 2015

March 30 Application Deadline for Gordon Engineering Leadership Scholars

CSE undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to apply for the Gordon Scholars Program. Organized by the Gordon Engineering Leadership Center…


Mar 16, 2015

Center for Visual Computing Gets Ready to Take a Bow

The Computer Science and Engineering department is home to a new research center on computer vision and graphics, computational imaging and augmented…


Mar 13, 2015

CSE Faculty, Students Among Winners for Frontiers of Innovation Scholars Program

Five CSE graduate students have received inaugural Frontiers of Innovation Scholars Program (FISP) grants from the university. They include…


Mar 10, 2015

Computer Engineering #13 in Graduate School Ranking

U.S. News & World Report is out with its graduate school rankings for 2016. Although the Jacobs School of Engineering overall ranked #17 out of…


Mar 10, 2015

‘Moving onto Deeper, More Interesting and More Challenging Problems’

Industry, Academic Experts Flock to Annual Non-Volatile Memories Workshop Approximately 220 researchers from academic, industry and national labs…


Mar 10, 2015

CSE Alumna Receives NSF Funding for Internet Topology Project

CSE Faculty-Affiliate and alumna Kimberly Claffy (MS ‘91, PhD ‘94) is a PI on a new $1.2 million NSF grant to measure and quantify the changing…


Mar 5, 2015

Why Heat May Spell Trouble for 3D Integrated Circuits

In a recent article about how "3D stacking offers an extension for Moore's Law," Engineering & Technology Magazine suggests that a move to 3D…