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Unmanned CReSIS Craft Passes Flight Test

Published on September 7th, 2009 by Michelle Ward

An innovative unmanned aircraft conceived and built at the University of Kansas recently passed its first flight test, a crucial step on a path to help scientists gather better data at slower speeds and lower altitudes over treacherous icy terrain. Read more...


KU at Center of Computer Universe

Published on June 30th, 2009 by Michelle Ward

EECS Assistant Professor Andy Gill has been ordering dozens of satellites to move around the galaxy. The game is part of an international programming competition held at KU this past weekend. Read more...


Frost Begins Assignment at National Science Foundation

Published on March 9th, 2009 by Michelle Ward

Victor Frost, Dan F. Servey distinguished professor of EECS, has taken on a temporary position as a program director in the Computer and Network Systems division of the Computer and Information Science And Engineering directorate at NSF. In this position, he is working with the Networking Technology and Systems (NeTS) program. Read more...


CReSIS Plans Trip with Improved Radar

Published on March 4th, 2009 by Michelle Ward

An article in the University Daily Kansan profiles researchers from Center for the Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets (CReSIS) as they prepare radar and other equipment for a spring mission to Greenland. Read more...


Professors Aim to Improve Productivity and Cost Efficiency of Highway Construction

Published on April 21st, 2008 by Michael Prittie

EECS assistant professor Jun “Luke” Huan collaborates with fellow engineers to improve productivity and cost efficiency of highway construction projects. Read more...


EECS Awarded NSF Science and Technology Center

Published on December 2nd, 2005 by David Hageman

A collaborative research effort, led by KU distinguished professor Prasad Gogineni, seeks to unlock the secrets of polar ice's role in global climate change. Read more...


Researchers Build Bioinformatics Computing Cluster.

Published on November 10th, 2005 by David Hageman

The new cluster, made up of 128 processors and 10 servers, permits researchers to fragment computations and perform them in parallel. Read more...