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Dr. Hu Receives Research Award from NSF

Dr. Jianjun Hu has received a research grant from the National Science Foundation for work on his work in Machine Learning on the project "Thermal Materials Discovery via Deep Learning based High-Throughput Computational Screening".

Glaeser is NSF Graduate Fellow, Edwards gets Honorable Mention


We are excited to report that Noemi Glaeser (Computer Science Senior) has been named a 2019 NSF Graduate Research Fellow. Also, William Edwards (Computer Science Senior) was selected for an Honorable Mention in this prestigious graduate fellowship competition.

The National Science Foundation has awarded 2,050 three-year Graduate Research Fellowships of approximately $138,000 each to outstanding college and university students for the year 2019. Since 1952, NSF has provided fellowships to individuals selected early in their graduate careers based on their demonstrated potential for significant achievements in science and engineering.

2019 Backers and Hackers Winners

The winning team for 2019 Backers and Hackers is Nathan Pavlovsky and Sadegh Sadeghi Tabas (Backer) for their app LineSkip, an app that allows users to bypass long frustrating lines at popular social events like bars, nightclubs, exhibits, museums, sporting events, and other attractions. Users will be able to purchase tickets for a given one-hour time slot and pay for the privilege of cutting the line. Backers and Hackers is a completely student-run initiative organized by the Entrepreneurship Club and the College of Engineering and Computing at USC. The program brings together Columbia’s entrepreneurial community and USC’s mobile app development students to transform app ideas into reality.

Ying Meng Awarded Diversity Grant

Graduate Student Ying Meng has been awarded an Operational Machine Learning (OpML) '19 Diversity Grant that provides registration fee coverage and travel support for the conference.

Capstone Projects Showcase 2019

This year the students in the Senior Capstone course developed 34 apps either for industrial clients, for USC members, or for themselves. The technologies used were:
  • 15 web applications: Django, node, express, Angular, react, ASP, firebase, websockets.
  • 12 mobile apps: Android, iOS, iOnic, react-native, flutter
  • 3 desktop applications: Windows, Java, Python
  • 2 OculusGo apps: Unity
  • 1 Alexa skill
  • 1 Computer Engineering project
You can watch video demonstrations of all the apps, or come watch the live demos on Tuesday, April 30. We are also looking for clients for next year.

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