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Quality healthcare transcends the medical profession, as evidenced by a new project led by WVU that includes not only health experts but engineers, a physicist, a lawyer and a business data analyst.


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WVU-led Dolly Sods GPU cluster to drive new frontiers of computational research in physics and astronomy, drug discovery, data science and more

A graphics processing unit computer cluster called “Dolly Sods” will enable researchers throughout the state to accelerate computational research in fields such as drug development, interstellar phenomena, biometrics, material design and business logistics and management.
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WVU researchers aim to make identifying autism easier via A.I.

Characterizing an autism patient’s behavior can be challenging, but these WVU researchers aim to make identification easier by conducting the first systematic study toward autism spectrum disorder phenotyping using behavior-tracking technology.
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A deep subject: WVU engineers tackle limitations of data transfer during space exploration

Engineers at WVU are helping to solve one of the greatest limitations of space exploration—sending and receiving information between a spacecraft and the ground station— thanks to a $750,000 award from NASA’s highly competitive Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research program.
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Lane Innovation Hub to transform entrepreneurial and research opportunities for WVU students

At nearly 9,500-square-feet, the Lane Innovation Hub — established in honor of Ray Lane and his wife, Stephanie, will transform entrepreneurial opportunities for students in the Statler College and the people of West Virginia.



Srivastava named IEEE Fellow for power grid resilience technology

Anurag Srivastava, professor and chairperson of the Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering has been named a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical Engineers.


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WVU finishes third in EcoCAR Mobility Challenge Year Three competition

The culmination of three years of dedication, research excellence and the work of nearly 90 students across multiple disciplines has propelled the West Virginia University EcoCAR team to a successful finish in year three of the EcoCAR Mobility Challenge.
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WVU students use skills in cybersecurity exercise with W. Va. National Guard, Polish allies

In mid-April, West Virginia University students were given the opportunity to participate in an international, multi-agency cyber competition, Locked Shields. This out-of-classroom exercise enabled students to use the skills they’ve learned in everything from engineering to cybersecurity, media and law in one of the most complex, technical, live-fire challenges in the world.

Dear friends and colleagues,

It’s hard to believe that we’re nearing the end of fall semester and approaching the “most wonderful time of the year!” I joined the Mountaineer family as chairperson of the Lane Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in July 2021 and am amazed with our exceptional faculty and creative students and their accomplishments in such a short duration of time. I am pleased to proudly highlight a lengthy list of accomplishments of our faculty and students during the past six months with a strategic focus on solving society's biggest challenges. Our faculty have driven extraordinary growth in WVU engineering's interdisciplinary research program with focus on health, energy, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity and astronomy. We are proud of this achievement and poised for continued growth. The future is bright.

Anurag Srivastava
Anurag Srivastava
Raymond J. Lane Chairperson of the Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources
West Virginia University
anurag.srivastava@mail.wvu.edu | lcsee.statler.wvu.edu
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