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Search Committee Formed to Find New Dean of the McCormick School of Engineering

The individual chosen will succeed Julio M. Ottino, who will step down as dean at the end of the academic year.
Nov 16, 2022|from Northwestern Engineering News

Chinese Incursions into India are Increasing, Strategically Planned

A new study from Professor V.S. Subrahmanian finds incursions into Aksai Chin region are not random, independent events.
Nov 10, 2022|from Northwestern Engineering News

Reconnecting the Microarchitecture Community

Simone Campanoni and Nikos Hardavellas co-chaired the five-day MICRO 2022 conference hosted in Chicago on October 1-5, 2022.
Nov 9, 2022

Science: Why Fish Look Down When They Swim

The (London) Times wrote about Professor Emma Alexander’s study that showed fish use river beds to judge their speed and ensure they don’t get lost.
Nov 7, 2022|from The (London) Times

Exploring the Future of Human-Computer Interaction and Design

In celebration of the center’s official launch, a community of faculty, students, alumni, and industry professionals gathered October 24-25 for the Lambert Conference on the Future of Human-Computer Interaction + Design.
Nov 7, 2022|from Northwestern Engineering News

Why Fish Look Down When They Swim

The researchers concluded that this quirk is an adaptive behavior that evolved to help the fish self-stabilize, as when swimming against a current.
Nov 2, 2022|from Northwestern Engineering News

Artificial Intelligence: Is It Safe?

Writing in The Hill, Professor Kristian Hammond argues for the need to determine how to make intelligent technologies useful and safe.
Oct 28, 2022|from The Hill

Connecting Deep Learning Developers with Sound Artists

Professor Bryan Pardo and collaborators at the University of Rochester aim to accelerate research in AI for music production by enabling musicians to better leverage deep learning tools in the creation, performance, and dissemination of their music.
Oct 25, 2022

On Undergraduate Research in Computer Science: Tips for Shaping Successful Undergraduate Research Projects

Samir Khuller, a recipient of the 2020 CRA-E Undergraduate Research Faculty Mentoring Award, shares guidance on engaging undergraduate students in computer science in research projects.
Oct 24, 2022|from Computing Research News

Supporting Designers in Expressing Human Experiences to AI and Context-Aware Technologies

Technology and Social Behavior PhD student Ryan Louie earned a 2022 Google PhD Fellowship in Human Computer Interaction for his pioneering research into context-aware technologies.
Oct 18, 2022

Students Featured in Chicago Inno’s ‘25 Under 25’

Rising young innovators from Northwestern Engineering are making a mark in Chicago’s entrepreneurship community.
Oct 10, 2022|from Northwestern Engineering News

Exploiting Security Vulnerabilities

Professor Xinyu Xing and his current and former students recently participated in three flagship security summits.
Oct 3, 2022

Northwestern Engineering Names Winners of 2022 Cole-Higgins Awards

Matthew Elwin, Branden Ghena, Barry Nelson, Sara Sood, and Jill Wilson received the awards for outstanding teaching and advising.
Sep 21, 2022|from Northwestern Engineering News

IDEAL Hosts Theory-in-Practice Workshop

Speakers from a variety of backgrounds examined practical, robust solutions to big data challenges from an algorithmic perspective during an IDEAL special workshop held September 12-13.
Sep 21, 2022

Changes to Computer Science Undergraduate Curricula

Effective fall 2022, Northwestern Engineering undergraduate curricula requirements are changing to expand the scope of approved course options and increase flexibility.
Sep 19, 2022
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