WSU scientists modeled the threat posed by “smart devices” and “smart homes” to the nation’s power grid. They presented their work recently at the 2019 Northwest Cybersecurity Symposium.
The $500,000 grant will help the WSU research team direct supercomputers to automatically find the most efficient ways to run large programs, reducing the burden on resources and on the programmers.
WSU researchers are creating the first-ever “IQ test” for artificial intelligence systems that would score how well they learn and adapt to new, unknown environments.
Computer science professor Xuechen Zhang was named a Tier 2 Gold winner of the U.S. Department of Energy’s first Electricity Industry Technology and Practices Innovation Challenge.
The talk, titled “Accelerating Scientific Discovery through Quantum Information Sciences,” will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 4 at 3 p.m. in the Engineering Teaching/Research Building (ETRL), room 101 on the WSU Pullman campus.
WSU scientists have improved the software for studying asteroids and determining which of them might be on a collision course with Earth.
The immense amounts of data being created by next-generation sequencing technologies make the kind of annotation errors the WSU team found especially problematic.
Freshman Stephany Lamas will spend the summer working with Congressman Anthony Gonzalez and his staff advocating for migrant farmworkers.
The grants provide significant research support to young faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education.
Arda Gozen focuses on biomaterials, advanced manufacturing and 3D printing, and Janardhan Rao (Jana) Doppa researches machine learning with a special focus on data-driven science and engineering.