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Congratulations to Nobel Khandaker and Deepti Joshi who both have successfully defended their PhD dissertation.  Both are also headed to their new jobs!

Check out the latest rankings of our graduate program! We are good! http://cse.unl.edu/spotlight/nrc_ranking.shtml

Our SCID project is organizing a workshop at TDWG’2010 at Woods Hole, October 1-2, 2010.  We will also participate at the regular TDWG’s 2010 sessions.  Look for us at the conference.  Details of our workshop can be found at http://biofinity.unl.edu.

We have just received the official acceptance of our comprehensive paper of I-MINDS and ClassroomWiki by the IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies.   This project on computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) has evolved over the past eight years.  Check out the active project at ClassroomWiki, or the past projects at I-MINDS and CXP+I-MINDS.

Our GEM project has just concluded its Second Annual Contest.  Good participation.  Cool results.  Check out http://cse.unl.edu/gem.

Renaissance Computing is really taking off … we are going to have CS1-Arts and CS1-Humanities!  Find out more about the initiative at http://cse.unl.edu/renaissance.

Check out our iLOG project.  We are hard at work!

Nobel Khandaker, a long-time member of the IAMAS group, is graduating soon with a Ph.D. in CS.  He has recently gotten his research work published in IEEE Transactions journals.  If you are interested, please visit his website at http://cse.unl.edu/~knobel.

Deepti Joshi is also graduating soon with a Ph.D. in CS as well.  Her work was recently published at IEEE ICDM’2009.  For more information about her work, please visit her website at http://cse.unl.edu/~djoshi.

Welcome back and Happy New Year!  Check out our IAMAS group at http://cse.unl.edu/agents.

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!!