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- Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering NEWS 12-06-2013
Computer Science Prof. Jeanna Matthews & engineering science Ph.D. student Joshua White recently attended a conference on malicious and unwanted software, where their presentation was named Best Paper.
Gov. Cuomo Announces Partnership Among New York State, Clarkson University & Trudeau Institute to Grow Biotech Industry
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced a partnership between New York State, Clarkson University, and the Trudeau Institute to form a world-class biotech enterprise and further establish the region as a premier center of biotechnology research and development.
A Clarkson University research team will investigate if pollution-related water quality issues in the North Country and Finger Lakes are having an impact on nearby property values.
Gibert Appointed Assistant Professor of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering at Clarkson University
James M. Gibert has been appointed assistant professor of mechanical & aeronautical engineering at Clarkson University.
Two Clarkson University electrical and computer engineering Ph.D. students have been nationally recognized for their underwater laser detection and ranging (lidar) research.
Ian Knack has been appointed assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering at Clarkson University.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Deputy Director William Goldstein to Speak at Clarkson University
The New Horizons in Engineering Distinguished Lectureship Series at Clarkson University has announced that Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Deputy Director for Science & Technology William H. Goldstein will speak Nov. 1 in a presentation titled "Does Physics Still Matter?"
Clarkson University Associate Professor of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering Pier Marzocca was recently recognized with the Forest R. McFarland Award by the Society of Automotive Engineers.
Clarkson University mechanical engineering Ph.D. student Nicole C. Corbiere received a student travel award to attend the American Society of Biomechanics conference, where she presented her research.