COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCES

Professor Clause receives award for impact

Professor Clause Receives Award for Impact

Associate Professor James Clause has received the ISSTA 2017 Impact Paper Award from the International Symposium on Software Testing and Analysis, which recognizes papers published within the last 10 years that have had a significant impact on the field. The paper presents the software tool Dytan that can be used to detect and prevent attacks, enforce information policy, test software, and track how long sensitive data remains in an application.

Cyberinfrastructure

Cyberinfrastructure Tools for Precision Agriculture

Professor Taufer, who has already brought her knowledge of data science to the field of medicine through collaborations with clinicians, is now teaming with ecosystem ecologist Rodrigo Vargas, associate professor in UD’s Department of Plant and Soil Sciences. The two recently received a three-year, $500,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to develop cyberinfrastructure tools for precision agriculture in the 21st century.

Graduate Certificate Bioinformatics

Online Graduate Certificate in Applied Bioinformatics Launched

The University of Delaware’s Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (CBCB) has launched of a new Online Graduate Certificate in Applied Bioinformatics aimed at professionals who will join the next generation of researchers and professionals bridging life sciences and computational sciences. The online curriculum and program development is supported by the UD Provost's Initiative for Excellence and Innovation in E-Learning grant in collaboration with Academic Technology Services.

Lori Pollock

Service and Community Engagement Award

Professor Lori Pollock is this year's recipient of the 2017 Dean's Award for Excellence in Service and Community Engagement. This award is given to a faculty member who demonstrates true excellence in service to the UD, national, and international communities, and whose engagement with these communities has shown clear evidence of sustained impact.

Princeton Hack-a-thon

Princeton Hack-a-thon Winners

A team of four engineering students won awards at the Princeton Hack-a-thon on April 1-2. Their project, Olli Recalli, won "Best DIY Project" and "Best Use of Watson IoT - sponsored by IBM." They combined the capabilities of self-driving shuttle bus Olli and IBM's Watson to develop a system that alerts passengers of items inadvertently left behind.




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