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Engineering student receives prestigious Churchill Scholarship

Engineering student receives prestigious Churchill Scholarship

Julian Vigil is a point of print for the Lobo pack. The chemical engineering student was just named as one of the elite Churchill Scholars.

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Golden Grads celebrates Class of 1967

Golden Grads celebrates Class of 1967

Join us May 12 as we reunite with the 50-year graduates of the School of Engineering!

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$7 million Air Force contract to fund next-generation satellite electronics

$7 million Air Force contract to fund next-generation satellite electronics

The University of New Mexico has been awarded a $7 million grant from the Air Force Research Laboratory to develop and build new materials and devices for electronics in space.

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Christodoulou selected as next dean of the School of Engineering

Christodoulou selected as next dean of the School of Engineering

University of New Mexico Acting President Chaouki Abdallah and Acting Provost Craig White announced today the appointment of Christos G. Christodoulou, a Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, as the next Jim and Ellen King Dean of Engineering and Computing at The University of New Mexico.

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LANL donation adding to UNM supercomputing power
March 15, 2017
A new computing system to be donated to The University of New Mexico Center for Advanced Research Computing (CARC) by Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) will put the “super” in supercomputing. Read More...

Calhoun

Calhoun honored for research and mentorship
March 13, 2017
Vince Calhoun’s warm smile deeply contrasts with cold plastic of the machine at the center of his distinguished career. During the last quarter century, his research has focused on creating algorithms used in the fMRI scanner to map electrical currents via blood moving through the human brain. Read More...

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UNM professor uses game theory to explore best response to cyber attacks
February 28, 2017
A University of New Mexico computer science professor is co-author of an article in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that explores how cyber attack victims should best respond. Read More...

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