• Undergraduate major Tyler Havener is awarded one of only nine 2018 Destination zEnterprise Computing Scholarships from IBM!
  • Retired CS Faculty member Michael Stack participates in an interview about Mainframe called a zTalk.
  • Graduate student Eric Lavin and Dr. Giabbanelli received the best paper award at the 2018 SpringSim conference!
  • NIU masters student Ryan Lewis presented a poster on “Log-Based Fingerprinting of HPC Applications” at the annual ISC High Performance Conference.
  • PhD student Bharat Kale produces visualization for WNIJ news article on Traffic Stop Disparities.
  • Technology Networks writes an informative article on the work being done in Professor Papka’s ddiLab.
  • CompSci students help present on the use of VR/AR in education at the STEAMing It Up conference at NIU.
  • Professor Michael Papka is part of an award-winning, multi-organization collaborative team whose entry Real-Time Analysis of Streaming Synchrotron Data was part of the SC Conference’s first annual SCinet Technology Challenge.
  • Three Graduate students from Professor Michael Papka’s Data Visualization course contribute to a WNIJ article, When Illinois Students Leave The State for College, Who Reaps the Rewards?
  • Dr. Robert Rannie, Professor Emeritus, was one of the first two recipients of The John R. Ehrman Award for Sustained Excellence in Technical Education by SHARE, the leading and oldest IBM mainframe user group.
  • Graduate student Eric Lavin presented at the premier simulation conference.
  • Undergraduate Major Tommy Franczak presents at EduHPC-17: Workshop on Education for High-Performance Computing
  • ddiLab contributes data visualizations to Best Series or Documentary award winning article by Jenna Dooley of WNIJ
  • Computer Science and Mathematics major Derek Garrity receives one of five IBM Destination z Enterprise Computing Scholarships for 2016.
  • CS interns and Dr. Michael Papka discuss their contributions to the Array of Things project, at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility.
  • Research Assistant Magda Baniukiewicz in the DACHB Lab receives financial support to participate in the workshop on Multiscale Data-driven Models and a course on mathematics for obesity.
  • Kevin Matesi is the first place winner out of 4900 entries in IBM’s contest! Please congratulate our other winners, too, and see another article here.
  • Congratulations to the 6 finalists in the 2014 ITA Fall Challenge: Vijay Gudi, Jason Mossburg, Yemi Olanbiwonnu, Chase Ripplinger, Amanulla Shaik, and Adam Young.
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