School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Magazine Spring 2022
School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Washington State University.
Growing our reputation
From School Director Partha Pande: Our EECS program continues to expand its reputation, building our strengths in computer systems and AI research.
Arctic data challenge
Jia Yu and collaborators received a $1.2 million NSF grant to develop a data platform to help Arctic researchers better manage their data.
Better data compression
Researchers are developing a layer of software that will easily help scientists configure data compression.
Using AI to build nanoporous materials
A team has developed a computer algorithm to play 20 questions, narrowing down thousands of molecular designs to find the optimal one.
Training students for critical challenges
A U.S. Department of Education grant will train graduate students in AI, data science, and engineering to address the challenges of the future electric power grid.
Innovative partnerships
Students helped local, nonprofit community partners with their computer science needs, making a difference in solving computer challenges that can hamper those organizations.
Congratulations to School of EECS students and faculty for their recent accomplishments.
$10 Million
research expenditures
undergraduate student growth since 2015
early career development & young investigator awards
Top 20
computer science & engineering graduate program*
professional society fellows
*Design Automation and High-Performance Computing area. Ranking by for US universities in 2020.
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