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Caitlin Whitter wins Department of Energy fellowship

Caitlin Whitter wins Department of Energy fellowship


Caitlin Whitter, Ph.D. student in computer science and member of Professor Alex Pothen's research group, has been awarded a four-year fellowship by the United States Department of Energy.

Gorman retires after 44 years


Dr. William Gorman has retired after 44 years of service to Purdue. The Computer Science Department and Purdue's band celebrated his career last Friday, September 7.

CS department unveils new art exhibit: Intersection of Art and Science II


New artwork from 15 international artists is on display in Lawson Hall until December 2019.

Franken-algorithms: the deadly consequences of unpredictable code


Professor Gene Spafford shares his thoughts on ethics and accountability in technology in The Guardian.

The Security of Cellular Connections


Graduate student Syed Hussain’s work was featured in in a New York Times article on the security of cellular connections. The work is in collaboration with faculty member Elisa Bertino and CS graduate student Shagufta Mehnaz.

Forecasting model could predict which bills get passed

Forecasting model could predict which bills get passed


Faculty member Dan Goldwasser is developing a forecasting model to predict state legislator voting behavior. The aim is to help people better understand the impact of decisions made at the state level.

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