Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Fox, E. A., G. McMillan, and V. Stinivasan, "Electronic Theses and Dissertations", Putting Knowledge to Work and Letting Information Play: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 95-110, 2012.

SLATE: Virtualizing Multiscale CT Training

Mishra, S., K. S. Sharma, S. J. Lee, E. A. Fox, and G.Wang, "SLATE: Virtualizing Multiscale CT Training", Journal of X-Ray Science and Technology, vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 239-248, 01/2012.

A Digital Library for Water Main Break Identification and Visualization

Lee, S., N. Elsherbiny, and E. A. Fox, "A Digital Library for Water Main Break Identification and Visualization", 12th ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL 2012), Washington, D.C., pp. 335-336, 06/2012.

Sophomores present "cool topics" as part of the sophomore seminar

Publish Date: 11/20/2013

On November 19, 2013, students in the sophomore seminar class presented "cool topics" to CS student ambassadors, advisors, faculty, and each other.  As part of the sophomore seminar, students are assigned to a group which will decide on a "cool topic" to present towards the later part of the semester.  Many interesting topics were presented during the evening event.  According to the instructor of the class, Dr. Cal Ribbens, "The goal of the Cool Topics Fair is to give students in the Sophomore Seminar an opportunity to explore an emerging topic in computer science, and to present that topic to their peers.  Students also get experience working together on a group project, something that will be common as they proceed through their undergraduate curriculum."

During the events, students had a chance to present their topics to representatives from AgileX, Eastman, Google, and Solers as well as their fellow classmates and CS student ambassadors. The CS Department thanks Google for sponsoring the event. 

Pictures from the event

T.M. Murali named ACM Distinguished Scientist

Publish Date: 11/19/2013

Congratulations to Associate Professor T. M. Murali for being named an ACM Distinguished Scientist.  The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) recognizes up to 10% of its members with this membership grade.  Receipients must have at least 15 years of professional experience and must have made significant accomplishments or impact in the computing field.

To read more, please see the College of Engineering article.