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Raniero Lara-Garduño, a computer engineering Ph.D. student, and Larry Powell, a senior in computer science, both students in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), were 2nd place winners in two graduate student categories at Student Research Week 2014. They presented their poster,…

Approximately 600 students will participate in one of the largest nation-wide events of its kind — the second-annual Texas A&M University Engineering Project Showcase — on April 25 from noon to 4 p.m. in Reed Arena. The event, presented by Engineering Academic and Student Affairs, is free and o…

The 2014 and 2015 Summer Institutes on Flooding brings together domain experts from invited federal, state, municipal, and NGO stakeholder agencies with academics and industry in a highly interactive visioneering format with talks, demonstrations, and walkthroughs at Disaster City. Register Now:  S…

Twitter is a highly used and very popular social media platform. However, when switching back and forth between several tabs and windows, it’s very easy to lose track of what you initially set out to explore. Associate Professor Andruid Kerne with the Interface Ecology Lab in the Department of Comp…

Four Aggies, three of whom took first place at the Facebook Texas Regional Hackathon last month, will compete again at LA Hacks on April 11-13. This 36-hour long hackathon is being held at UCLA, where the team, Eleni Mijalis, Bob Timm, Walter Pospick and Rafael Moreno, will compete against 1,500 oth…