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THE VITERBI NEWSWIRE - 3/06/06
Maria Yang Wins NSF Career Award
Ellis Meng Wins NSF Career Award
Between Moore's Law and a Hard Place
In the Dept. of Computer Science centennial lecture, Stanford University's charismatic president John Hennessy says Moore's Law has
hit a slippery patch.
A Legend Draws an Overflow Crowd
In the Dept. of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering centennial lecture, Rudolf Kalman says science proceeds by mathematics.
The Grand Challenge of the 21st Century
In the Mork Family Dept. centennial lecture, Franklin "Lynn" Orr says new energy resources are needed to reduce greenhouse gases.
Sol Golomb Honored by USC Hillel
Firdaus Udwadia Wins First Ever ASCE Outstanding Tech Award
Kids Talk to Computers
Shri Narayanan wins IEEE Signal Processing best paper award for research on a system allowing children to talk to computers.
The MIT of Singapore
Singapore's Nanyang University tours the Viterbi School.
McNeil-Lehrer Productions Partners with IMSC
IMSC will use 3D, immersive sound and even haptics to expand the vocabulary of journalism.
AI + SF = CS 499
Viterbi School faculty will employ science fiction in a new computer science artificial intelligence class for undergraduates to be
offered this fall.
Nanotubes to Go
Chongwu Zhou's techniques to create arrays of carbon nanotubes could lead to the next generation of computing and sensing devices
Complicating to Simplify
Firdaus Udwadia skirts a 225-year-old paradox with a new twist on classical mechanics.
Two IMSC Student Teams Advance
Media streaming specialists negotiate opening rounds of two national competitions.
World Water Forum
Civil engineering students receive grants for water projects.
IN THE NEWS
An article in Scientific American highlight's ISI's Machine translation research.
L.A. Times business columnist Michael Hiltzik reports on the Viterbi School's Information Sciences Institute plans for corporate funded
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