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Notre Dame Announces Collaboration with AT&T for Online Master’s Degree in Data Science

nwelding   August 30, 2016

With a growing need for skilled data scientists, the University of Notre Dame, in collaboration with AT&T, has announced its new online master of science degree with a specialization in data science.

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In Memoriam: Joseph C. Hogan, Dean Emeritus of College of Engineering

nwelding   August 25, 2016

Joseph C. Hogan, dean emeritus of the University of Notre Dame’s College of Engineering, died Thursday (Aug. 18) at Friendship Village in Tempe, Arizona. He was 94.

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Saint Mary’s and Notre Dame Faculty Invent Devices That Detect Fake Drugs


nwelding   July 28, 2016

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued US Patent No. 9,354,181 to researchers at Saint Mary’s College and the University of Notre Dame who together developed user-friendly devices that detect low-quality pharmaceuticals.

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Army Research Office Funds Research Targeting Sensors and Quality of Information

nwelding   July 22, 2016

Funded by a grant from the Army Research Office, Dong Wang, assistant professor of computer science and engineering, is studying the quantification and assessment of the Quality-of-Information provided by sensors.

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Congratulations! Dr. Fazle Faisal, PhD

jyeats   June 27, 2016

Congratulations! Dr. Fazle Faisal, PhD Dissertation Defense

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Congratulations! Breno Dantas Cruz, Master

jyeats   June 14, 2016

Congratulations!  Breno Dantas Cruz, Master Master Thesis defense

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Congratulations! Dr. Jiazhuo Wang, PhD

jyeats   June 14, 2016

Congratulations!  Dr. Jiazhuo Wang, PhD Dissertation Defense

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2016 Naughton Fellowship Awardees Announced

nwelding   May 24, 2016

Twenty-one students, including several within the College of Engineering, have been announced as awardees of the Naughton Fellowships for 2016.

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Looking beyond Conventional Networks Can Lead to Better Predictions

nwelding   May 20, 2016

By identifying higher-order dependencies in ship movements, namely where a ship is more likely to go next given its previous steps, researchers at Notre Dame can more accurately model ship movements, and therefore flow dynamics of invasive Zebra mussels. Their work, which relies on network science, can identify patterns and connections in a range of fields.

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