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Google Selects Research Proposal from Wright State Computer Science Student Matt Piekenbrock

 

 

The graduate computer science student just wrote a successful research proposal to Google, winning the financial support of the internet-technology giant in the highly selective Google Summer of Code 2017 competition.

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Google selects research proposal from Wright State computer science student Matt Piekenbrock
A research project by Matt Piekenbrock, a graduate computer science at Wright State, was selected by the Google Summer of Code 2017 competition.
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