Spin-off company develops wireless for undersea platforms

Jun 18, 2018

E-Lambda LLC, an Oregon State University spin-off, was just awarded a Navy Small Business Innovation Research contract for $225,000 to develop a high-speed, secure, wireless communication system for underwater platforms. Alan Wang, associate professor of electrical and computer science in the College of Engineering, co-founded E-Lambda LLC with his graduate student, Jyotindra Shakya, to commercialize… Continue reading

Oregon State students recognized by NSF for outstanding research

May 1, 2018

Two students of computer science in the College of Engineering at Oregon State University received National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships that will provide three years of research funding while they attend graduate school. This prestigious award recognizes and supports outstanding early career graduate students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines. Christopher Mendez,… Continue reading

Student team wins regional DOE Cyber Defense Competition

Apr 12, 2018

A team of six computer science students at Oregon State University competed for the first time and won the regional Department of Energy Cyber Defense Competition held at Pacific Northwest Laboratory in Richland, Washington. The competition simulates a real-world situation in which the teams defend a corporate network infrastructure from professional hackers. Each team built… Continue reading
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