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Oct 17, 2017
2017 ACM Programming Contest

Students enjoyed friendly competition at the annual ACM Programming Contest this Saturday. Thirty-six teams competed to win prizes donated by Reynolds and Reynolds. Undergraduate and Graduate teams competed against each other to solve seven programming questions. The morning was full of balloons, pizza, and coding earning  extra credit for classes along the way.

Next stop is the ACM Regional Programming Contest in Cincinnati at the end of October. The top freshman team along with 1st...

Oct 16, 2017
Amit Sheth commercialized his successful software system Twitris in partnership with Wright State’s tech-transfer office.
Sep 25, 2017
B.L. Ramakrishna will lecture on “Grand Challenges in Engineering and the Role of Materials, Manufacturing and Education in Addressing Them” on Sept. 27 in the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building.
Sep 20, 2017
The center will strengthen technical communication by scientists and engineers while giving students from other disciplines a place to develop the art of research communication.
Sep 12, 2017
President Cheryl B. Schrader and the campus community recognized award recipients during the University Convocation and Awards Ceremony.
Aug 7, 2017
Derek Desentz, a junior computer science and computer engineering major at Wright State, hones his coding skills as an intern at the Air Force Institute of Technology.
Jul 20, 2017
Jeremy Brunn and Alan Smith became two important members of the Kno.e.sis team that transformed Twitris into a Dayton-based startup company.
Jul 7, 2017

Internet of Things to smart IoT through semantic, cognitive, and perceptual computing. IEEE Intelligent Systems 31, 2 (March 2016), 108-112. from IEEE: "The Notable Books and Articles list consists of item nominations from our reviewers, CR category editors, the editors in chief of journals we cover, and others in the computing community."

Internet of Things to Smart IoT Through Semantic, Cognitive, and...

Jun 14, 2017

Former construction worker Jeremy Brunn used to spend his summer months performing backbreaking work, such as installing roofing shingles in 95-degree weather. Last summer, he and colleague, Alan Smith, helped transform a sophisticated software tool into a Dayton area start-up company.

Jeremy’s transformation from pounding nails to commercializing technology started when he decided to lay down his hammer and pick up a textbook on programming languages.

“So far, coming to Wright...

May 31, 2017
More than 150 electrical engineering, computer science and computer engineering students practiced innovative design skills on unmanned aerial systems.

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