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College of Engineering is offering a new graduate minor in computational engineering
Computer gaming hardware, information theory, and machine learning techniques meet biology The Bioimage Laboratory
Custom designed testing facilities for multidisciplinary research The Drexel Wireless Systems Laboratory
Making computers even faster The Drexel VLSI Laboratory
Make an impact in tomorrow's landscape of cybersecurity The MS in Cybersecurity
Spearheaded by Professor Steven Weber, the minor aims to give students pursuing a graduate degree in the College of Engineering an opportunity to develop core computational and mathematical competencies to complement their coursework in engineering.
Professor James Shackleford received an NSF CAREER Award for his project "Low Latency, Parallel, and Context Aware Vision in Computed Tomography" while Professor Matthew Stamm received an NSF CAREER Award for his projects relating to multimedia forensics, a new class of security techniques that determine where an image of video originated and if it has been altered or falsified.
Sena Agezo, Somesh Chopra, Ziyu Ye, and Yuxiang Zhang presented "Battery-free RFID Heart Rate Monitoring System." The project was advised by Professor Timothy Kurzweg.