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Research Highlights

RADICAL Cybertools: Scalable, Interoperable and Sustainable Tools for Science
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Prof. Shantenu Jha received an NSF grant for the project RADICAL...

A Novel MIMO Radar Approach Based on Sparse Sensing and Matrix Completion
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Prof. A. Petropulu received a 3-year NSF grant for the project...

Microelectronically Stimulating and Actuating Nanofibers for Muscle Replacement and Regeneration
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Prof. Laleh Najafizadeh, in collaboration with Joseph Freeman of...

Mandayam and Zhang win two DURIP grants
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Narayan Mandayam (with Ivan Seskar) and Yanyong Zhang (with Wade Trappe) have won two DURIP (...

ECE and The Media

Elastic Pathing - HCI work on YouTube and MIT Technology Review
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Prof. Lindqvist's work is featured on YouTube and in MIT Technology Review
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Prof. Shantenu Jha's work featured in NSF Discovery Article
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NSF has published an article where they talk about 9 ways in which...

Dr. Lindqvist's gesture security work featured in Scientific American
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To protect your financial and personal data, most mobiles come with PIN-based security,...

User-Generated Free-Form Gestures for Authentication
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Dr. Janne Lindqvist interdisciplinary security work, to appear in MobiSys'14, the tier-1...

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LATEST NEWS

Congratulations to Aditya Devarakonda, Michael Koval and Jennifer Padgett (class of 2012) for receiving the National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship!

The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines who are pursuing research-based master's and doctoral degrees at accredited US institutions.

Bridge inspection robot in the news

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Prof. Dana and graduate students Parneet Kaur and Prateek Prasanna, have collaborated with researchers from Rutgers CAIT (Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation) to create a computer vision platform mounted on a bridge inspection robot.

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Prof. Wade Trappe was selected for the 2013 Outstanding Engineering Faculty Award in recognition of his contributions. Per Dean Farris' message, this award is an important opportunity for our Engineering community to recognize the special achievements and contributions of its dedicated faculty members.

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ECE student Wayne Chang was awarded the Turing NYC Summer Fellowship and internship http://nycturingfellows.org/.

The NYC Turing Fellowship is a program that "matches top students with top startups" in the NYC area.

The website Arnetminer.org published a list of 28 "first-tier" conferences series in Computer Science, and identified the top three most-cited papers in each offering of the conference since 1996 ( http://arnetminer.org/conferencebestpapers). According to their data Rutgers faculty have authored 9 top-3 papers. 5 of them are the most cited papers from that conference. The list, by area of Computer Science, is: