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  • Carley and Wagstrom Recognized

    EPP professor Kathleen Carley and alum Patrick Wagstrom (E '09) won the School of Computer Science Allen Newell Award for Research Excellence.  Read More
  • Galvan Recognized by ASEE

    EPP doctoral student Jose Alfredo Galvan has won the 2013 Best Session Award Engineering Technology Division from the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Conference for Industry. 
  • NSF Fellowship News

    MechE's Devin Griffith, ChemE's Sarah Feicht, ChemE's Denise Posluszny and ChemE's Sharon M. Vuong have been awarded the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. 
  • Mai Wins Best Paper at DATE 2014

    ECE Assistant Professor Kenneth Mai won the best paper award at DATE (Design, Automation & Test in Europe) 2014 for the Secure Systems track. His paper is entitled, "An Efficient Reliable PUF-Based Cryptographic Key Generator in 65nm CMOS."  Read More

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