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Monday, February 13, 2006
Frontiers in Computer Science: Somesh Jha 
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Frontiers in Computer Science: Ion Stoica 
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Frontiers in Computer Science: Dawson Engler 
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CSE's Larry Smarr to Lead $24.5M Marine Cyberinfrastructure Initiative
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Larry Smarr and Marv Frazier of the J. Craig Venter Institute are leading a new research project to help scientists study microbes in their natural ecosystems. CAMERA, or the Community Cyberinfrastructure for Advanced Marine Microbial Ecology Research and Analysis, will build a state-of-the-art computational resource and develop software tools to decipher the genetic code of communities of microbial life in the world's oceans. UCSD's Calit2 (of which Smarr is director) will head the project in conjunction with the J. Craig Venter Institute, and UCSD's Center for Earth Observations and Applications. CSE's Ingolf Krueger is a co-PI on the project, which is funded by a grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. Please see the San Diego Union-Tribune and Jacobs School of Engineering for complete coverage.
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Master's Thesis Spawns Online Photo-sharing Company spacer Master's Thesis Spawns Online Photo-sharing Company
It was in his mother's frustration with digital camera software that CSE alumnus Ryan Sit ('02) found his master's thesis. And from that research came DropShots, a website that automatically organizes, formats, and uploads a user's photos and videos to the Web. Users and invited guests can then view the photos and post comments online. More about the genesis of DropShots is available here.
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CSE Student Wins Microsoft Fellowship
Bioformatics Ph.D. student Noah Zaitlen has been awarded a Microsoft Research Fellowship! The award will support his research into the development of methods to better understand the genetics of common human diseases. Zaitlen is advised by CSE professor Eleazar Eskin, and is currently undecided about pursuing a career in academia or the private sector. Begun in 1997, Microsoft Research's Graduate Fellowship program provides outstanding graduate students with tuition and fees, a TabletPC, a stipend, and a conference allowance. The program is open to students at U.S. and Canadian universities who are pursuing studies in the fields of computer science, electrical engineering, or math. Each year, the award is given to approximately 12 students for a two-year period, and may be extended for a third. More information about the Fellowship program is available here. Congratulations, Noah!
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Calit2 Opens New Building spacer Calit2 Opens New Building
Calit2, UCSD's division of the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology, opened their new building on Friday, October 28, 2005. Affiliated with the Jacobs School of Engineering, the Institute is a multidisciplinary research hub that fosters innovation by professors from all over UCSD, including the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. More information about the ceremony is available here.
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CNS Names New Director
CSE's Amin Vahdat has been named the new director of the Center for Networked Systems. An Associate Professor at CSE, Vahdat becomes CNS' second director since its establishment in July of 2004. Vahdat takes the reins from founding director Andrew Chien, who left to join Intel Corporation as Director of Research. The full press release can be found here.
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Digital Nursing Project Brings Technology to Elder Care spacer Digital Nursing Project Brings Technology to Elder Care
CSE's Bill Griswold, along with a team of 11 undergrads, recently visited St. Paul's Senior Homes & Services to unveil a piece of software they designed to improve patient information management. The tool tracks changes in the condition of each patient and negates the need for a hand-written log book that can be messy, illegible, and error-prone. The Digital Nursing Project is part of UCSD's Teams in Engineeering Services (TIES), a program that creates technology solutions for non-profits. More information about TIES and its Digital Nursing program can be found here.
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Eat, Drink, and Be Merry
CSE wrapped up the fall quarter by holding its annual holiday party on the last day of classes. There was terrific food (both catered and home-made, including an amazing tiramisu), holiday-themed music, and lots of socializing. In keeping with CSE tradition, faculty, staff, and grad students also wrote and performed skits that were long on laughs and short of formal stage direction. Pictures of the festivities can be found here.
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