CSC News

September 2021

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NC State Researchers Collaborate as Part of Quantum Leap Challenge Institute for Robust Quantum Simulation


Faculty members from CSC and ECE at NC State are partnering with colleagues at other institutions to develop quantum simulation devices that can understand, and thereby exploit, the rich behavior of complex quantum systems.

9/02/21

Faculty members from CSC and ECE at NC State are partnering with colleagues at other insti...

9/02/21

 

August 2021

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Shen’s Tech Startup, CoCoPIE, Wins NSF Small Business Innovation Funding


CoCoPIE, a tech startup co-founded by Xipeng Shen, Professor of Computer Science at NC State, opens up limitless opportunities for AI app developers, smartphone and IoT device vendors, robotics, health, autonomous driving, and many other industries.

8/27/21

CoCoPIE, a tech startup co-founded by Xipeng Shen, Professor of Computer Science at NC Sta...

8/27/21

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Study: Benefits Outweigh Risks for Autonomous Vehicles – As Long As You Regulate Them


Dr. Munindar Singh is part of an interdisciplinary panel of experts that has assessed the risks and potential benefits associated with deploying autonomous vehicles (AVs) on US roads. They predict the benefits could substantially outweigh the risks.

8/23/21

Dr. Munindar Singh is part of an interdisciplinary panel of experts that has assessed the ...

8/23/21

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Labcorp Speaker Series Proudly Presents Chris Stanley


Join us on September 30th at 6:30 p.m. as we kickoff this year’s Labcorp “Leadership in Technology” Speaker Series with Labcrop’s VP of Clinical and Digital Solutions and NC State alumnus, Chris Stanley.

8/16/21

Join us on September 30th at 6:30 p.m. as we kickoff this year’s Labcorp “Leadership i...

8/16/21

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Welcome Back Bash Set for August 26th


Join us for this annual back-to-school tradition on August 26th from 5:30-7:30 p.m. (rain or shine!). The event is open to all engineering students, faculty and staff, and will be held outside on the oval at EB2 on Centennial Campus.

8/13/21

Join us for this annual back-to-school tradition on August 26th from 5:30-7:30 p.m. (rain ...

8/13/21

 

July 2021

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Singh Using Hypergame Theory to Fend Off Attackers


Dr. Munindar Singh will use funding from Virginia Tech to support his research on a form of cyberdefense based on defensive deception against an attacker.

7/30/21

Dr. Munindar Singh will use funding from Virginia Tech to support his research on a form o...

7/30/21

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Kapravelos’ Research Focuses on Website Behavior and Security


CARTA will support Dr. Kapravelos’ research on identifying the point at which websites are compromised.

7/30/21

CARTA will support Dr. Kapravelos’ research on identifying the point at which websites a...

7/30/21

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NC State, NSF Unveil Institute Focused on Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Education


The new NSF AI Institute for Engaged Learning is a collaborative effort that leverages NC State’s work to develop new tools that radically improve human learning and education.

7/29/21

The new NSF AI Institute for Engaged Learning is a collaborative effort that leverages NC ...

7/29/21

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Educational Psychology Alumna Jessica Vandenberg (PhD 2021) Named 2021 Computing Innovation Fellow


College of Education alumna Jessica Vandenberg ’21PHD has been selected as a 2021 Computing Innovation Fellow, a postdoctoral research program in computing. She will join the CSC’s Center for Educational Informatics working with Dr. Bradford Mott.

7/29/21

College of Education alumna Jessica Vandenberg ’21PHD has been selected as a 2021 Comput...

7/29/21

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Labcorp “Leadership in Technology” Speakers Announced for Fall 2021


To be the best, you must learn from the best. Join us this fall as the ‘Leadership in Technology’ Speakers Series returns with a new sponsor and new slate of outstanding speakers!

7/27/21

To be the best, you must learn from the best. Join us this fall as the ‘Leadership in Te...

7/27/21

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NC State’s 4th Churchill Scholar Prepares for Deep Dive Into Genetics


Nikhil Milind, who graduated in May with degrees in computer science and genetics, is going to Cambridge University to continue his studies into links between human genetics and diseases. He is NC State’s fourth-ever Churchill Scholar.

7/06/21

Nikhil Milind, who graduated in May with degrees in computer science and genetics, is goin...

7/06/21


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