School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Magazine 2018
School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Washington State University
Hassan Ghasemzadeh
Ghasemzadeh Receives NSF CAREER Award
Hassan Ghasemzadeh has received a prestigious National Science Foundation Early Career Research award for his work to improve wearable-based health monitoring technology.
Read more about Hassan Ghasemzadeh.
FEATURED
computer rack
NSF Supports Big Data Advances
Washington State University researchers have received a $500,000 National Science Foundation grant to build technologies that can process large amounts of biological data.
Read more about the NSF grant.
Research team
Machine-learning Tool Developed to Guide Cancer Treatment
The work could lead to more improved methods for doctors to make cancer treatment decisions.
Read more about cancer treatment.
RESEARCH
Shelly Fritz
Smart-home Research
A pilot project led by WSU scientists that’s using smart-home technology for health care is expanding to more locations.
Read more about smart-home research.
Advanced Grid Institute
The Power of Partnerships
The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and WSU have joined together to form the Advanced Grid Institute.
Read more about strengthening research ties.
FACULTY
Pande
IEEE Best Paper Award
A WSU research team has won an IEEE Best Paper Award for their work on a tiny, wireless data center that could someday be the size of a hand-held device.
Read more about the Best Paper Award.
Ali Mehrizi-Sani
IEEE Young Engineer Award
Ali Mehrizi-Sani has received the IEEE Power and Energy Society Outstanding Young Engineer Award.
Read more about Ali Mehrizi-Sani.
STUDENTS
Paige Danielson
Danielson Named to the 2018 Google Cloud Academic All-America Second Team
Computer science student and rower Paige Danielson has been named to the Google Cloud Women’s At-Large Academic All-America Second Team.
Read more about Paige Danielson.
Kaveh Khorram
Hooked on Hacking
Kaveh Khorram didn’t really care for his classes back in high school. That changed when he took a computer science class. Khorram’s been hooked on coding ever since.
Read more about Kaveh Khorram.

Schweitzer Scholar Raquel Murillo flanked by lab partners at WSU Pullman
Schweitzer Scholars
Schweitzer scholarships and other support for WSU extend across interdisciplinary fields.
Read more about Schweitzer Scholars.
Daylan Kelting
Student Summer Research
Computer science senior Daylan Kelting was part of a student team conducting summer research on a project to program an elder-care robot.
Read more about Daylan Kelting.

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