SCS News & Press Releases

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Byron Spice
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Wednesday December 10, 2008
Randy Pausch was the "Most Inspiring Person of 2008," according to the editors of Beliefnet.com, a religion and spirituality Web site.
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Byron Spice
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Monday December 08, 2008
Carnegie Mellon hosted the Morgan Stanley Coding Competition on October 24 and  beat U Illinois, MIT and Columbia. This was the inaugural year of the competition. The winning team included: FRANKLIN HO, CS SeniorZHENGHENG GHO, 5th Year Senior CSYUCHENG LOW, Phd Program / Machine LearningMINGWEI TAY, Masters Program / ECE The prize (along with individual prizes for contestants), included a $10,000 prize to the CS Department. The Competition:
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Byron Spice
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Monday December 08, 2008
Carnegie Mellon software engineering PhD students advised by Jonathan Aldrich were big winners this fall at the International Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages and Applications (OOPSLA) in Nashville.
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Byron Spice
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Tuesday December 02, 2008
PITTSBURGH-Jason Togyer will sign and discuss his new book, "For theLove of Murphy's: The Behind-the-Counter Story of a Great AmericanRetailer" (Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008), at noon Dec. 11in the University of Pittsburgh Book Center, 4000 Fifth Ave., Oakland.The book is a historic account of the 5-and-10 cent store founded in1906 by George Clinton Murphy in McKeesport, Pa.
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Byron Spice
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Tuesday December 02, 2008
  More than 1,000 areamiddle-school students will demonstrate their problem-solving skills, creativethinking and teamwork as they pit their customized robots against each other inthe "Climate Connection" Challenge. The event is part of the FIRST LEGO League(FLL), an international program for 9- to 14-year-old children created inpartnership between FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science andTechnology) and The LEGO Group.
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Byron Spice
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Tuesday December 02, 2008
PITTSBURGH—Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University and the University at Buffalo (UB), State University of New York, are collaborating on a five-year, $4.7 million effort to advance public transportation for people with disabilities by bringing together computer science technology and the principles of universal design.
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Byron Spice
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Monday November 24, 2008
Connexis, anOakbrook, Ill.,company that develops vehicle telematics, has donated $120,000 to the ComputerScience Department to support work on natural language processing. Connexis isdeveloping a natural language interface between drivers and in-vehiclecomputers, such as navigation systems. "This will allow drivers to keep theirhands on the wheel and formulate their requests naturally as if they weretalking to a live agent," according to a company press release. See the full New Release 
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Byron Spice
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Friday November 21, 2008
Carlos Guestrin, assistantprofessor of computer science and machine learning, has been appointed theFinmeccanica Chair in Computer Science for 2009-2011.
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Byron Spice
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Thursday November 20, 2008
Randy Pausch'srole in increasing public support for pancreatic cancer research was cited in aU.S. Senate resolution introduced November 19 by Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., andSen. Hillary Clinton, D-NY, and co-sponsored by Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa.
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Byron Spice
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Wednesday November 19, 2008
PITTSBURGH--Business Week Senior Writer and Carnegie Mellon alum Steve Hamm (HS'74), author of the new book "The Race For Perfect, The Quest To Design The Ultimate Personal Computer," will be visiting Carnegie Mellon, Thursday, Nov. 20, to take part in the CIT Steinbrenner Institute for Environmental Research's annual Media Summit.

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