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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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Two Wright State Graduate Students Help Create Commercialization Success Story

 

 

 

With the support of a grant from the National Science Foundation, two WSU graduate students helped transform an innovative, WSU-developed software tool, Twitris, into a Dayton start-up company - Cognovi Labs.

Peer Mentoring Program

Peer mentors are successful Engineering and Computer Science students who help incoming students have a positive start.

Wright State Featured in Ohio's Energy Debate

Dayton Daily News reports that coal-dependent Ohio faces big changes under federal rules requiring a large cut in the amount of carbon dioxide emitted by power plants. Seniors enrolled in our Renewable and Clean Energy Program work to test a solar-thermal system designed for potential use heating space and water in downtown Dayton. 

Congratulations Dr. Cao!

Dr. Caroline Cao, professor of Biomedical, Industrial and Human Factors Engineering as well as Mechanical and Materials Engineering, has been awarded a prestigious Fulbright Scholar fellowship for her pioneering work in minimally invasive surgery. She is spending this coming spring semester working with the International University of Vietnam National Universities in Ho Chi Minh City to share her skills and knowledge.

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Junior Jesse Everette named Intern of the Year by College of Engineering and Computer Science

Jesse Everette has interned for nearly two years at the Dayton-Phoenix Group, learning about HVAC and electrical systems, vibration and psychometric testing, and testing fixtures and new products.

Computer command

Wright State’s mighty new computer cluster to bolster research, help teach high-performance computing
The new computer cluster is always up and running and can accommodate an indefinite number of users, working at the cluster or remotely from their offices or labs.