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Article ItemEarly career faculty earn 14 National Science Foundation CAREER awards , article
Over the past 25 years, Virginia Tech researchers have earned 171 National Science Foundation Early Career Development Awards (CAREER). For the 2020 fiscal year, 14 Virginia Tech early career scientists and engineers have been granted CAREER awards, totaling over $4 million in research funding.
Article ItemPowered by artificial intelligence, CT scans could fill gaps in COVID-19 testing , article
Algorithms that boost the resolution of lung scans can help doctors visualize telltale signs of COVID-19, potentially offering a faster, more accurate way to test for the disease.
Article ItemXun (Steve) Jian receives NSF CAREER award to bolster cyberinfrastructure performance , article
"It is often said that a decade in computer science is a century in other sciences," said Jian, an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science, of the aspects of his field that fascinate him. "New computer hardware technologies constantly emerge."
Article ItemDimitrios Nikolopoulos receives best paper award at international electronic design automation conference , article
Virginia Tech Professor of Computer Science and John W. Hancock Professor of Engineering Dimitrios Nikolopoulos has been honored with the Best Paper award, the first to identify with very high probability the critical, error-inducing instruction sequences in programs.
Article ItemVirginia Tech’s MBA can help new graduates sharpen skills, add credentials , article
Virginia Tech’s part-time Evening MBA, based in the university’s Northern Virginia Center in metro Washington, D.C., has attracted many Hokies with undergraduate degrees for several reasons, said MBA programs director Dana Hansson.
Article ItemCollege of Science launches Academy of Data Science to help meet demand for data scientists , article
Tom Woteki has been named founding director of the Academy of Data Science, a new program within the College of Science.
Article ItemStudents add their voices to the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors , article
Camellia Pastore and Sabrina Sturgeon will represent undergraduate and graduate students, respectively, on the Virginia Tech Boards of Visitors during the 2020-21 academic year. They began their terms on July 1.
Article ItemData visualization gets artificial intelligence boost with $5 million NSF grant , article
Researchers at Virginia Tech, University of Hawaii at Manoa, and University of Illinois at Chicago have been awarded a $5 million National Science Foundation to make artificial intelligence technologies broadly accessible.
Article ItemStudents focus on COVID-19 impacts on sustainability, education, and society , article
Students in the urban computing graduate certificate program gave their group presentations via Zoom at the end of semester 2020 Spring Retreat.
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