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CPSLab receives the Best Paper Award at ACM BuildSys 2020

Dr. Dong Chen and his students at the CPSLab together with Dr. Raju Rangaswami have received the Best Paper Award from ACM International Conference on Systems for Energy-Efficient Built Environments (BuildSys 2020). BuildSys is a highly selective, single-track forum for
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FIU engineers awarded patent to process and find computer data more efficiently

Computer science professor and doctoral student design novel compression technique that allows a reduction in space needed for high-dimensional proteomics data. Fahad Saeed, associate professor in the School of Computing & Information Sciences within the College of Engineering & Computing,
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Cybersecurity Awareness Month Bachelor’s In Cybersecurity Info Session Recap

In observance of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, the college hosted a series of virtual information sessions on Wednesday, October 28th and Thursday, November 19th for those interested in enrolling in this new program for Spring 2021. FIU’s College of Engineering and
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SCIS Professor Dr. Monique Ross receives new NSF grant

Dr. Monique Ross received a new subcontract as Co-PI of an NSF award led by Penn State University. This is a three year project with a budget total of approximately $41.5k to FIU. Here’s a description of the project: In
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US Patent granted to FIU SCIS Professor and PhD Student for compression system and algorithm

US Patent (#10,810,180 B1) entitled “Methods and Systems for Compressing Data” has been granted to Fahad Saeed and his PhD student (Muhammad Haseeb). The innovation of the patent lies in the form of a compression system and algorithm that allows
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$50,000 from the Caplan Foundation and $80,000 from The Children’s Trust to support the development and pilot testing of the “Baby Feed” App and Portals

Dr. Masoud Sadjadi, together with Drs. Cristina Palacios, Jean Hannan, and Marcia Varella from the FIU Colleges of Public Health & Social Work, Nursing & Health Sciences, and Medicine, has been awarded $50,000 from the Caplan Foundation and $80,000 from The
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Student co-founded startup that gives businesses data-driven insights

Eric Azcona, an undergraduate information technology student at FIU’s School of Computing and Information Sciences (SCIS),  is proving that you can pursue your career and study at the same time. Born and raised in the Dominican Republic, Azcona immigrated to the United States in
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FIU SCIS CPSlab Gets Their Papers Accepted at ACM BuildSys 2020 and ACM IEEE IGSC 2020

FIU SCIS Ph.D. students Qi Li, Yuzhou Feng, and Keyang Yu who are members of FIU SCIS Cyber-Physical Systems Lab (https://cps.cis.fiu.edu/) led by Prof. Dong Chen (http://users.cis.fiu.edu/~dochen/) has recently gotten their SolarTrader, SolarDiagnostics, and SmartAttack papers accepted at ACM BuildSys
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Got my first job! Working as a software engineer at JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Name: Cesar Villa Garcia Hometown: Lima, Peru Degree/major: Bachelor’s in computer science Where are you working? Title? JPMorgan Chase & Co., software engineer How did you get your job? I learned about opportunities at JPMorgan Chase & Co. at an
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My virtual internship at Facebook

Name: Azhar Ali Hometown: Marabella, Trinidad and Tobago What is your major: Computer Science and Mathematics Where did you intern? What did you do there? I interned at Facebook as a Facebook University (FBU) Engineering intern. FBU is a freshman/sophomore program
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ShellHacks 2020

The weekend of September 25-27th Upsilon Pi Epsilon virtually held ShellHacks via Hopin, Florida’s largest hackathon. ShellHacks was open to all students with the interest of coming to learn the latest technologies, build innovative projects, and showcase their talents regardless
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Robotics Academy gains national recognition for construction industry virtual and augmented reality training tools

FIU’s Robotics Academy has won a Dynamite Award in the “Incubator” category from the American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council.  Researchers from the College of Communication, Architecture, + The Arts (CARTA) and the College of Engineering & Computing (CEC) collaborated to launch the
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