Computer Bytes Fall 2017 issue posted

The department’s annual newsletter, Computer Bytes, is up on the Newsletters Page.

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NMSU professor working on new wireless networks

by Minerva Baumann for NMSU News Center; reposted with permission. A New Mexico State University professor is working with researchers from UCLA to integrate augmented reality into new wireless edge networks thanks to a $2 million grant from the National Science Foundation and Intel Corporation. THE ICN-Enabled Secure Edge Networking with Augmented Reality project builds on…
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2017 Frank Harary Lecture: Sierra: The LLNL IBM CORAL System

  Bronis R. de Supinski Chief Technology Officer Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory October 6, 2017, 10:30 am – 11:30 am Science Hall 107       Abstract Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) has a long history of leadership in large-scale computing. Our next platform, Sierra, a heterogeneous system that will be sited as part of…
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Demand Side Management in Homes with the Human Factor in the Loop

  Long Tran-Thanh Lecturer (Assistant Professor) University of Southampton February 10, 2017 3:30–4:30pm Science Hall 124 Host: Son Tran and William Yeoh Abstract In this talk I will describe a number of demand side management projects we have developed in Southampton, and our latest work on how we deal with the related challenges of considering…
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Effective Multirobot Human Teaming for Surveillance Tasks

  Monica Anderson Associate Professor The University of Alabama February 1, 2017 3:30–4:30pm Science Hall 107 Host: William Yeoh Abstract Robotic systems are becoming more practical in military applications. In fact, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are currently used for surveillance and reconnaissance missions. However, current systems utilize complex one (or multiple) operator/one robot interfaces. Also,…
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NMSU computer science degree earns accreditation, faculty get nearly $2 million in NSF grants

by Minerva Baumann for the Sun-News and NMSU News Center; reposted with permission. Big data, cyber-human systems and flash drive technology are among the projects receiving more than $1.89 million in National Science Foundation awards to computer science faculty at New Mexico State University this year. In addition to the research grants, which range from two…
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