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bing85 Bing Wang selected as a 2016 Women of Innovation honorees by the Connecticut Technology Council.
The CSE department is happy to announce that Prof. Bing Wang has been selected as one of the 2016 Women of Innovation honorees by the Connecticut Technology Council. The selection was made by a panel . . .
read more | April 27, 2016
ashley-85 CSE Student Ashley Dumaine Runner-Up as Top Intern of the Year
Our congratulations to Ashley Dumaine (’16) for being recognized as the runner up for the top intern of the year. Ashley interned at Google in New York City and she also had the opportunity to spend. . .
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mukul Mukul Bansal Receives NSF CAREER Award
The Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program is a Foundation-wide activity that offers the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious awards in support of junior faculty who exempli. . .
read more | April 14, 2016
CT-tech-council Attention students! CTC Skills Challenge Internship and Job Fair 4/2
ctc-skills_challenge-2017. . .
read more | March 22, 2016
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Department Spotlight

Translating DNA Information to Help Predict Risk of Disease

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Professors Bi (PI) and Rajasekaran (Co PI) recently received $750K grant from National Science Foundation Directorate for Computer and Information Sciences and Engineering to systematically examine the feasibility and usability of genomic risk prediction, and also yield user-friendly software tools that will be broadly disseminated to the life science communities.

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