What your social networks say about your health Your circle of friends may be more predictive of your health than your Fitbit.
What your social networks say about your health
CSE 40773: Software Development for Drones More than a high-tech version of "Simon Says," the first half of this drone coding class is spent learning the programming language for working with drones. The second half is spent working on a group drone project. The only requirement: the drone has to fly!
CSE 40773: Software Development for Drones
Creating a Virtual Assistant for Software Engineers Researchers in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering are working to make the software development process more efficient by creating a virtual assistant for software engineers.
Creating a Virtual Assistant for Software Engineers
Network Biology: Approaches for Understanding Cells The Complex Networks Lab develops novel computational methods for network analysis and uses them to study cellular functioning and molecular causes of disease from biological networks, in hope to suggest novel candidates for therapeutic intervention.
Network Biology: Approaches for Understanding Cells

Welcome to the Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Teaching and research efforts in the department encompass algorithms and theory; computer vision, artificial intelligence, and data mining; bioinformatics and computational biology; security; Web services; computer architectures; software engineering; and distributed systems and grid computing.

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Computer science undergraduate to intern with St. Joseph County Cyber Crimes Unit
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Hannah Sarkey, a computer science major from St. John, Ind., will intern with the St. Joseph County Cyber Crimes Unit this year. She and a team of seven other interns will be working with local and federal law enforcement to investigate technology crimes in the community.

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Michael Niemier

Michael Niemier

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Phone: 574-631-3858
Website: http://www.nd.edu/~mniemier/
Office: 380 Fitzpatrick Hall

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College of Engineering Associate Professor
The primary focus of Mike's work is on computation beyond the CMOS field effect transistor. He is interested in the design and evaluation of computer architectures for emerging technologies, the integration of heterogeneous technologies to improve computational performance, and non-Boolean ...
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Michael Niemier

The primary focus of Mike's work is on computation beyond the CMOS field effect transistor. He is interested in the design and evaluation ...
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