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Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015
Congratulations to computer engineering seniors Jason Dougherty, Nick Fong, and Alek Hurst on winning 1st Place and $15,000 in the Intel Security IoT Hackathon 2015 for their product, Pawpal. The team created hardware and a mobile app to monitor and interact with pets while owners are away from home. Next, the trio plans to launch a Kickstarter campaign to advance their product. Check out the demo site here: www.pawpal.io
Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015
Carol Reiley '04 (computer engineering) is making waves with her new children's book, Making a Splash; giving kids a real-world example of how hard work can unlock potential.
Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014
More than 1.4 million new jobs in computing will be created this decade, yet more than half of California's public high schools don't offer a single course in computer science or programming. What difference does this make? Read an article by Department of Computer Engineering's Dan Lewis to find out.
Friday, Feb. 14, 2014
Nam Ling, chair and professor of computer engineering, has been named "Outstanding Overseas Scholar" by Shanghai University of Electric Power (SHIEP). The IEEE Fellow was appointed due to his extensive research (more than 170 publications in top-tier journals) and because of the contributions he and his team of researchers from Santa Clara University and Huawei Tehcnologies, Inc./Hisilicon are making in the field of 3D video coding—much of which is being adopted as the normative, or required, industry standard.