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Professors Prabhakar, Xu, and Ebert to take on new leadership roles at Purdue


Purdue University has announced new leadership for its Department of Computer Science, Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS), and Integrated Data Science Initiative.

Deep learning, 3D technology to improve structure modeling for protein interactions, create better drugs


Professor Kihara and his team have designed a novel approach to use deep learning to better understand how proteins interact in the body, paving the way to producing structure models of protein interactions and to design better drugs.

Purdue Computer Science Welcomes New Faculty


Purdue Computer Science is delighted to welcome Assistant Professor Jianzhu Ma who joins the faculties in the Departments of Computer Science and Biochemistry in January of 2020.

Karim receives Distinguished Paper Award at ACSAC


Purdue Computer Science PhD student, Imtiaz Karim (advised by Professor Elisa Bertino) and colleagues received a Distinguished Paper Award at the Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC).

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Zhang receives Distinguished Paper Award at OOPSLA'19


Purdue Computer Science PhD student, Zhuo Zhang (advised by Professor Xiangyu Zhang) and colleagues received a Distinguished Paper Award at the ACM SIGPLAN Conference on OOPSLA'19 in October.

Purdue announces plans to build new data science building


Purdue University will build a new $40 million facility dedicated to Data Science, designed to help the university meet its goal to be a national and global leader in the field of data science research and education for all students.

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