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EECS Students and Faculty Receive Best Paper Award at Major IEEE Symposium

Published on May 4th, 2016 by Victor Frost

After being included on the shortlist of outstanding papers considered for the Best Paper Award, the paper by EECS graduate students Prathap Kumar Valsan and Farzad Farshchi, along with Professor Heechul Yun, was designated as the Best Paper at IEEE’s 2016 International Conference on Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Applications (RTAS). They received the best paper award on the basis of the final versions of the paper and their presentation at the symposium. The award came with a $500 cash prize. Read more...

EECS Pioneers Innovations in the Teaching of High-Performance Reconfigurable Computing

Published on May 4th, 2016 by Victor Frost

Using cloud resources EECS students are learning about High-Performance Reconfigurable Computing (HPRC) in the Advanced Computer Architecture course. Read more...

EECS capstone design students form mobile app start-up company

Published on May 4th, 2016 by Victor Frost

Two EECS seniors Grant Isom and Cole Jurden, who met in a computer science capstone class, created a startup business this year to address the need for a broker between independent developers and companies looking for app development. Read more...

EECS Launches Two New Engineering Certificates at KU’s Edwards Campus

Published on May 4th, 2016 by Victor Frost

To provide a fast way for students to gain advanced knowledge in Information Security and Assurance (ISA) and Software Engineering and Management (SE), EECS has introduced new ISA and SE certificate programs at the KU Edwards Campus. Read more...

EECS Hosts Cyberdefense Competition with soldiers from Fort Riley First Infantry Division

Published on May 4th, 2016 by Victor Frost

Cyber Blitz, a cyberdefense competition, was hosted by KU EECS April 30-May 1. The event in Eaton Hall involved 15 soldiers from the 1st Infantry Division (Big Red 1) at Fort Riley, Kansas, plus 10 EECS students from the JayHackers group. Read more...