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Computer science student beats odds, hopes to expand computer usability

Charles Hill spent 17 years in foster care, from which only a small fraction of people obtain college degrees. This fall he will start a Ph.D. program in computer science at Oregon State University.

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Intricate Algae Produce Low-Cost Biosensors

Oregon State researchers advance technology in optical biosensors by integrating algae with nanoparticles to produce a sensor capable of detecting miniscule amounts of protein or other biomarkers.

Dr. Wattson: Power Inspector

Oregon State students design a power consumption monitoring system for home owners.

OSU's Answer to the High-tech Talent Shortage

Oregon State’s new online degree program in computer science for post-baccalaureate students is changing individual lives and impacting the Oregon tech industry.

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Intricate algae produce low-cost biosensors

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Aug 29, 2014
OSU engineers are using diatoms, a type of single-celled algae, as a building block to create new types of biosensors.… Read full story.
OSU News Release

Grant to improve STEM success among underrepresented students

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Aug 29, 2014
A new $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation will help OSU increase retention and graduation rates of underrepresented students in STEM fields.… Read full story.

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Efficient, Secure and Covert Channel Capacity Bounded Protocols for Multilevel Security Cross-domain Environments
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EECS News

ChickTech encourages girls to explore technology at OSU event

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Aug 27, 2014

Oregon State University alumni Janice Levenhagen-Seeley and Jennifer Davidson returned to Corvallis last weekend to host a 2-day event to encourage high school girls to enter technology fields. Both graduates of the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Levenhagen-Seeley is the founder and executive director for ChickTech, a Portland-based non-profit, and Jennifer Davidson is… Continue reading  Read full story.

Faculty Profile: Mike Rosulek

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Aug 18, 2014

Mike Rosulek, assistant professor of computer science, brings the area of cryptography to the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Computer science grabbed Rosulek’s imagination early on, and at the age of 7 years he was already writing a UFO adventure game. He had the advantage of growing up in a technical household. In fact,… Continue reading  Read full story.

ChickTech encourages girls to enter technology fields

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Aug 18, 2014

ChickTech is hosting a workshop on Aug. 23-24 at Oregon State University to encourage high school girls to enter computing and technical fields. The event culminates with a show on Sunday, Aug. 24, that’s free and open to the public. It will be from 4:30-5:45 p.m. at the Kelley Engineering Center on the OSU campus,… Continue reading  Read full story.

Christopher Scaffidi’s First Paper Named Most Influential

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Aug 4, 2014

The first peer-reviewed paper Christopher Scaffidi wrote 10 years ago has just been named the Most Influential Paper at the IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing, (VL/HCC) in Melbourne, Australia, July 28-Aug 1. “It’s surprising because my first attempt at something usually isn’t my best …but this paper won the award because it… Continue reading  Read full story.

New Student App Has Potential to Save Lives Worldwide

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Jul 22, 2014

Three Oregon State University computer science students worked with the Remcho Research Group at Oregon State to develop an iPhone application to automate the testing of enzyme slides. The biomarker detection app was developed by Kyle Cesare, Kevin Hess and Joe Runde for their senior design project. The application speeds up the process of analysis,… Continue reading  Read full story.