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Are you ready to reunite with other CSE Alumni and Friends? Then join our third annual alumni weekend celebration! Put together a foursome for the CSE Alumni & Friends golf scramble at Crooked Creek Golf Club, or meet other alumni for some pregame fellowship at the Schorr Center for our Husker Homecoming tailgate party.


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Recent Alumni Stories

Dr. Xukai Zou
Dr. Xuka Zou, Assistant Professor Purdue University
I am Dr. Xukai Zou, an Assistant Professor with the Computer Science Department of Purdue University School of Science at IUPUI. I received my Ph.D in Computer Science from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) and worked as a research associate at UNL before joining IUPUI. My research is in Applied Cryptography, Communication Networks and Security, Design and Analysis of Algorithms, and Grid Computing. I have published three books and over twenty articles in these areas. I am a recipient of the U.S. NSF Cyber Trust Awards and the leading author of the books "Secure Group Communication over Data Networks" (Springer) and "Trust and Security in Collaborative Computing" (World Scientific). I chose the UNL PhD Program because it is a top PhD program.
cory lueninghoener
Cory Luening, HPC Systems Admin Argonne National Laboratory
I am Cory Lueninghoener, an HPC Systems Administrator at Argonne National Laboratory. I received my Master’s Degree in Computer Science from UNL. I am a member of the Mathematics and Computer Science Division’s High Performance Computing system administration team. Currently I am on a team that is planning and designing the installation of a large IBM BlueGene/P machine. Specifically, I am doing operating system, software, and configuration management planning and design. During my senior year I was invited to stay at UNL in the Computer Science Department’s masters program and saw that as the prefect opportunity to work in areas that I enjoyed.