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Congratulations Class of 2021 graduates

Congratulations to the CSE Class of 2021

To the CSE Class of 2021— you did it! You have put in the hard work and the long hours, worked online and in person, …

Congratulations 2021 Ph.D. and M.S. graduates

Congratulations 2021 CSE Ph.D. and M.S. graduates

Countless hours in the lab. Numerous papers published. Projects completed and dissertation written and defended. Now, …

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New CSE study points to impact of pandemic lockdown and restrictions on physical activity for people with Parkinson’s disease

The COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult for everyone, but especially for people with Parkinson’s disease. …

IrishSat students preparing balloon and payload for launch

New satellite design team IrishSat launches its first high-altitude balloon

Notre Dame students and faculty gathered on May 11, 2021, for the first high-altitude balloon launch by IrishSat, a …

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Two CSE student teams take top honors at 2021 Hesburgh Libraries Hackathon

Tether and Bia, two teams consisting entirely of students from Computer Science and Engineering, took first and second …

Tarik Brown

CSE Junior Tarik Brown named 2021 Truman Scholar

Computer Science and Engineering’s own Tarik Brown is one of only 62 students nationwide to be selected as a 2021 …

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Celebrating Undergraduate Excellence: 2021 Steiner Award Recipients

The College of Engineering is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2021 Reverend Thomas A. Steiner, C.S.C., …

Tijana Milenkovic

Tijana Milenkovic honored with CRA-E award for mentoring undergrads in computing research

Tijana Milenkovic, the Frank M. Freimann Collegiate Associate Professor of Engineering, has received the CRA-E …

Christian Poellabauer

Christian Poellabauer appointed to lead new Applied Analytics and Emerging Technology Lab at Notre Dame

Christian Poellabauer, a professor of computer science and engineering at the University of Notre Dame and an expert …

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Computer science and engineering researchers design more secure mobile contact tracing

For public health officials, contact tracing remains critical to managing the spread of the coronavirus — …