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Notre Dame Junior Named 2018 Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact

nwelding   March 13, 2018

Prathm Juneja, a junior studying computer science and political science, has been named a 2018 Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact.

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Congratulations! Dr. Siyuan Jiang, PHD

jyeats   March 9, 2018

Congratulations!  Dr. Siyuan Jiang, PHD Dissertation Defense

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Joint Paper on Collective Behaviors Wins 2017 Cozzarelli Prize

nwelding   March 2, 2018

The paper titled “Three-dimensional Visualization and a Deep Learning Model Reveal Complex Fungal Parasite Networks in Behaviorally Manipulated Ants,” co-authored by David Hughes, an entomologist at Pennsylvania State University, and Danny Z. Chen, professor of computer science and engineering at the University of Notre Dame), has been selected as one of six papers published in 2017 to receive the National Academy of Sciences’ Cozzarelli Prize.

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Bowyer Named Inaugural Editor-in-Chief for IEEE Transactions on Biometrics, Behavior and Identity Science

nwelding   February 28, 2018

Kevin W. Bowyer, the Schubmehl-Prein Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, has been named the inaugural editor-in-chief of the IEEE Transactions on Biometrics, Behavior, and Identity Science.

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Course in Media and Global Affairs Dives into Disinformation and Fake News

nwelding   February 26, 2018

The challenges of fake news and disinformation will be the focus of a special course offering during spring break. Registration is open for the course, titled “Media and Global Affairs.” The course is being offered by the Keough School of Global Affairs in collaboration with the College of Engineering and the Kellogg Institute for International Studies.

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Milestone - Maria Glenski, Oral Candidacy

jyeats   February 16, 2018

Milestone - Maria Glenski, Oral Candidacy Proposal Defense

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Researchers Use Wearables, Mobile Devices to Study Workplace Performance

nwelding   February 12, 2018

Researchers at the University of Notre Dame are conducting an extensive $7.9 million, 21-month study focused on working professionals in cognitively demanding positions, such as engineers, programmers and managers in high-stress occupations. They hope to find out if mobile sensor technology can also help individuals improve effectiveness at work.

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Study Shows Social Media an Effective Tool for Predicting 
Voting Outcomes

nwelding   February 6, 2018

A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Notre Dame, reveals social media may highlight intergroup polarization of voter opinion more adequately than traditional polls when predicting election outcomes.

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NDWI's RadioHound sensing platform could play a role in CBRS

tsammons   January 31, 2018

RadioHound, a project hatched at the University of Notre Dame Wireless Institute (NDWI) for dynamic spectrum monitoring, couldn’t come at a better time.

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AWaRE REU Apply Now

tsammons   January 23, 2018

The Wireless Institute at the University of Notre Dame will conduct a 10-week summer undergraduate research program called Advanced Wireless Research Experiences (AWaRE). AWaRE provides opportunities for undergraduates EE and CSE majors to experience hands-on innovative research alongside faculty and graduate students.

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Notre Dame Students to Analyze South Bend City Data, Explore Ways to Improve Local Government

nwelding   January 8, 2018

The University of Notre Dame is partnering with the city of South Bend to transform raw, underused data into useful information that can be used to shape policy and improve city government, saving taxpayer time and money.

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Milestone - Qiuwen Lou, Oral Candidacy

jyeats   December 8, 2017

Milestone - Qiuwen Lou, Oral Candidacy Proposal defense

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Emu Technology Completes $5M Series A-2 Funding Round

nwelding   November 29, 2017

From its beginnings in the computer science and engineering labs at the University of Notre Dame, Emu is commercializing technologies to eliminate the bottleneck between memory and logic capabilities in computer systems.

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Snider Named 2018 IEEE Fellow

nwelding   November 27, 2017

Gregory Snider, professor of electrical engineering, has been named a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).

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Close Collaboration Sheds Light on Collective Behaviors

nwelding   November 22, 2017

From the earliest of days, researchers have been recording their observations, analyzing what they see to interpret and apply the facts before them. Today, however, imaging especially in biomedical communities requires more than the human eye or even incredibly accurate “cameras.” In cases such as the joint project between Notre Dame and Pennsylvania State University, it requires close collaboration between biologists and computer scientists using deep-learning methods for artificial intelligence to speed up and improve the process.

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