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Congratulations! Dr. Feng Shen, PhD

jyeats   August 1, 2014

Congratulations!  Dr. Feng Shen, PhD Dissertation Defense

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Congratulations! Dr. Irena Lanc, PhD

jyeats   June 19, 2014

Congratulations!  Dr. Irena Lanc, PhD Dissertation Defense

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Kogge Receives 2014 Babbage Award

nwelding   June 10, 2014

University of Notre Dame computer science and engineering professor Peter M. Kogge, developer of the space shuttle I/O processor, the world’s first multicore processor, and a number of other important innovations was awarded the Charles Babbage Award at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ (IEEE) 2014 International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium in Phoenix, Ariz., earlier this year. The Babbage Award, presented since 1989, is bestowed in recognition of exceptional contributions to the field.

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Milestone: Oral Candidacy - Yang Yang

jyeats   May 28, 2014

Milestone:  Oral Candidacy - Yang Yang Oral Candidacy Exam

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Milestone: Oral Candidacy - Lei Meng

jyeats   May 28, 2014

Milestone:  Oral Candidacy - Lei Meng Oral Candidacy Exam

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From Big Data to Babies: Leveraging Technology for the Common Good

nwelding   May 13, 2014

The University, supported by a gift from Everyday Health that includes data and personalized content, will be conducting a study of pregnant women to address premature and low-weight births. Although the study will initially focus on expectant mothers in St. Joseph County, Ind., this partnership combines Everyday Health data with Notre Dame technology to address a national concern.

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New Study Highlights the Benefits of ePortfolios in Engineering Education

nwelding   May 6, 2014

A new study by a team of University of Notre Dame researchers reveals that electronic portfolios can be quantitatively and qualitatively analyzed to generate learning engagement analytics that indicate the level to which students are surviving or thriving during their first-semester Intro to Engineering course. This information can provide instructors, teaching assistants and advisers critical early warning signs that can help with STEM retention.

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