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Don't Fear the Smart Grid

Associate Professor of Computer Engineering JoAnne Holliday shares findings from her research in the world of industrial control systems security on how the smart grid is changing the way our nation’s public utilities are managed.

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    • Collaboration Makes It Happen

      Wednesday, April 20, 2016

      Bioengineering and Web Design and Engineering seniors teamed up to help expectant mothers in remote regions get the healthcare screening they need with their device, MUMS: Mobile Urinalysis for Maternal Screening.

      • Grad Students Go Back to Preschool

        Tuesday, October 6, 2015

        Computer engineering graduate students designed and produced software to engage visually-impaired preschoolers as a project for their Object-Oriented Analysis, Design, and Programming class, COEN 275, then got the thrill of seeing their work in action.

        • A Piece of the Puzzle

          Thursday, August 13, 2015

          "Coming from India, where resources are constrained, I was always interested in Jugaad," said graduate software engineering student Sushma Devarapalli, referring to the Hindi-Urdu colloquialism for finding creative work-arounds. "So when I came to SCU, I took the class Mobile Labs for Emerging Markets, and then became a research assistant in the Frugal Innovation Lab [FIL], working with Dr. Silvia Figueira [computer engineering associate professor]."

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