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Ninghui Li Wins ICDE 2017 Test of Time Award

Ninghui Li Wins ICDE 2017 Test of Time Award


Professor Ninghui Li won the ICDE 2017 Test of Time (10-Year Award) for his 2007 paper “t-Closeness: Privacy Beyond k-Anonymity and ℓ-Diversity,” written with Tiancheng Li (Ph.D. ’10) and Suresh Venkatasubramianian. They received the award at the IEEE International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE) in San Diego.

Software Engineering Student Project Spotlight


Students in Professor H.E. “Buster” Dunsmore’s course in software engineering (CS 40700) spend the semester working in teams in a real-life software development experience. Read about some of this semester's projects.

Atallah Wins 2017 Arden L. Bement Jr. Award

Atallah Wins 2017 Arden L. Bement Jr. Award


Mikhail Atallah, distinguished professor of computer science, is the winner of the 2017 Arden L. Bement Jr. Award. One of Purdue’s top three research honors, the Bement Award is the most prestigious award the university bestows in pure and applied science and engineering.

What Employers Really Want from Interns and New Grads in Computer Science


Purdue alumna Theresa Koch, director of talent acquisition and development at Emplify, says that different types of interviewers are looking for different traits in potential interns and employees.

Generation CS: Undergraduate Enrollments Surge Since 2006

Generation CS: Undergraduate Enrollments Surge Since 2006


Universities and colleges across the country have experienced a significant increase in enrollment in undergraduate computer science courses and programs. The number of CS majors is at an all-time high, and demand from non-majors to enroll in courses beyond the introductory level is surging. To better understand the enrollment trends and their impact on all resources, the Computing Research Association (CRA) produced a survey and reported their results in an accompanying report.

Mehnaz and Bertino win Best Paper Award


Third-year graduate student Shagufta Menhaz and Professor Elisa Bertino won the Best Paper Award at the ACM Conference on Data and Application Security and Privacy (CODASPY).

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