Computer Science undergraduate students receive Chevron awards
CS majors Naomi Eigbe (left), Junyan Guo, and Jessica Yu received Chevron Awards in recognition of their academic achievements, internships and interest in energy-related technologies.
Navigational detection system, more or less
Chen Luo (left), Anshumali Shrivastava, and Juan Jose Gonzalez Espana collaborated with Krishna Palem (not pictured) and researchers at Seoul National University on an indoor navigational detection location system that uses existing sensors in mobile devices.
Kingston, Wells awarded NASA Fellowships
First-year CS PhD students Zak Kingston (left) and Andrew Wells received NASA Space Technology Research Fellowships that could fund their work in robotics for up to four years.
CS researchers' work featured in The Scientist
PhD student Hamim Zafar and CS chair Luay Nakhleh are featured in
article on four different ways of generating tumor trees based on single-nucleotide variations in single-cell sequences.
CS PhD students recognized for NSF proposals
First-year PhD students Zak, Andrew, and Jeff were recognized by the NSF.
CS junior May Zhong won a Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers Fellowship that includes a Silicon Valley startup internship.