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The College of Engineering and Computing was founded in 1985 as George Mason University’s School of Information Technology and Engineering. Today, this large, multidisciplinary school maintains a dual pre-eminence in both information technology and engineering. Through teaching, research, and practice, Volgenau seeks to graduate students who will take initiative, step up and leave the planet better than they found it.
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The Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) , will be hosting their Impact AI Summit on May 11.
Learn how businesses and government agencies are using AI to accelerate innovation, gain competitive advantage, and create operational efficiency.
Register today: http://ow.ly/BkL250IZ681
The College of Engineering and Computing at George Mason University student-chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), won the 2022 Small Chapter of the Year award.
This achievement was held at the 48th National Convention in Anaheim. Mason's NSBE chapter provides professional, academic and social events for STEM majors. Find out more about their award here: http://ow.ly/vhlL50IRLGs
Do you wish the fruits and vegetables in your fridge stayed fresh longer?
A team of College of Engineering and Computing at George Mason University seniors partnered with the food science department George Mason University's College of Health and Human Services in finding the solution.
Learn how they built their sustainable fridge: http://ow.ly/M3M450IJcP4
The College of Engineering and Computing at George Mason University begins PRIDE Week with a celebration of the new Mason chapter of Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
Join us, April 5, for a day of fun and refreshments! Register for attendance: http://ow.ly/aqjm50IxFNW
The winners of the Impact Aware team won 1st place in the HackOverflow competition this month.
"Impact Aware is a fault-tolerant bomb-detonation system for deployment in urban areas targeted by air raids," said Dhruv, one member of the Impact Aware team. These College of Engineering and Computing at George Mason University students said they built this device in response to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.
Giorgio Ascoli, College of Engineering and Computing at George Mason University, Bioengineering professor, will become the latest inductee to the American Institute for Medical & Biological Engineering College of Fellows 2022 class.
Read about Ascoli's prestigious honor: https://cec.gmu.edu/news/2022-03/giorgio-ascoli-elected-american-institute-medical-and-biological-engineering-fellow
Computer science Professor Amarda Shehu was honored by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) as a 2022 Outstanding Faculty Award recipient.
“This is another well-deserved feather in Amarda’s cap, demonstrating once again what a great scholar she is, as well as being a great asset to Mason and Virginia," says David Rosenblum, chair of the Department of Computer Science.
Read more: http://ow.ly/ocou50HIA9N
The water we drink, cook, bathe with and more goes through numerous processes before it reaches our homes. A research team in the new Water Systems Chemistry Lab is looking to close the loop on those processes, making them more sustainable and improving the quality of our water.
Civil engineering student and history lover Lindsey Davis turned an internship into a unique opportunity to work with the Architect of the Capitol on the Cannon House Office Building.
Learn more about Lindsey: https://cec.gmu.edu/news/2021-12/civil-engineering-students-internship-leads-job-heart-capitol
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Making a difference to young women in computing and engineering is what drew computer science major Andi Motas into wanting to become a peer leader for Break Through Tech DC.
Her experience from other student organizations and her ability to connect with new STEM students gives her all the tools she needs to help others succeed.
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With a $2 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), a team of researchers at George Mason University is taking a wrecking ball to barriers faced by people with attention deficit disorders face in the field of construction.
As construction technologies advance, more robots and cobots will be working alongside personnel. This creates an opportunity for technology to help people with ADD avoid risk-taking behaviors and increase efficiency.
Learn more about the team's work, led by civil engineering faculty member Behzad Esmaeili: https://cec.gmu.edu/news/2021-11/ai-aids-those-add-construction
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The Department of Bioengineering awarded its annual Katona Scholarship for Excellence to Inas Zabin, a senior bioengineering major with a pre-health concentration.
The award honors students who show exceptional promise to engage in a successful bioengineering career, which in turn helps society.
Learn more about Inas and the scholarship: https://cec.gmu.edu/news/2021-11/2021-katona-scholarship-recognizes-stand-out-bioengineering-students
The United States census is a historical document that impacts our politics, data systems, and in turn our daily lives.
With questions on the efficacy of the 2020 census, statistics assistant professor Jonathan Auerbach was a part of a three-person research team at The American Statistical Association that independently evaluated the census.
What they found (or what they didn't find) may shock some.
Bioengineering student Medhini Sosale found her home in research labs in high school.
In her time at Mason, she has sought out lab and fieldwork opportunities in bioengineering and conservation to expand her knowledge and hone her skills.
Learn more about Sosale and the research she's pursued:
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Taking a deep breath of fresh, clean air is a necessity many take for granted, and Mason is doing its part to ensure everyone has access to this necessity.
Lucas Henneman, assistant professor of environmental engineering at George Mason University, is leading the “Detailed Emissions in Virginia: Novel Approaches to Estimate Air Pollution Sources for Environmental Justice” (DEVA) research project funded by the Jeffress Trust Awards Program in Interdisciplinary Research.
Learn more about the multidisciplinary team's work: http://ow.ly/vgGX50GzeOA
Chigozie Erondu has many passions: robotics, photography, mechanical engineering, and through working with the Patriot Green Fund from Mason's Office of Sustainability, he found a new one for sustainability.
Read about Erondu's experience working on the committee for the Patriot Green Fund and what it taught him about thinking long-term.
During the closing session of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Imagine EDU conference in September, students from AWS Cloud Innovation Centers and AWS education programs discussed their educational experiences, including Mason Computing master's student Maya Chatterjee.
Learn more about Maya and her experience at the AWS conference: https://cec.gmu.edu/news/2021-10/it-masters-student-speaks-aws-imagine-edu
Sophomore cyber security engineering student Samantha Barry dreams of using her cyber skills to combat crime one day.
For now, she's seeking every opportunity she can to hone her cryptography skills, like the Deloitte Commonwealth Cyber Initiative (CCI) Cyber Camp offered this past summer.
Read more about Barry's experience:
Breast cancer awareness month starts this week. 🎀
Mason researchers from bioengineering and systems biology are partnering up to create and test a new drug modality to help boost the immune response of breast cancer patients.
Read about their work:
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