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 Newsletter | Fall 2014
The SCE Newsletter is  for faculty, staff, students, university friends and community members to help them feel connected with the School of Science and Computer Engineering. This newsletter will tell our success stories, inspire with feature stories about what people are doing at all levels across our school.

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Blue Waters Student Internship Program 
Shodor and the Blue Waters project have selected 21 undergraduate students from across the country to participate in the Blue Waters Student Internship Program for 2014-2015. "The Blue Waters project is committed to preparing undergraduate and graduate students to be the future innovators and leaders in the applications of petascale computing in all fields of study," says Bill Kramer, principal investigator for the Blue Waters project at NCSA.  
 
Aaron Herridge, University of Houston Clear Lake, will help develop and profile cellular automita simulations of seismic elastodynamics to improve execution times, memory accesses, and power efficiencies. Continue Reading...

UHCL Students Compete in National Conference
University of Houston-Clear Lake School of Science and Computer Engineering students were among a select group of students chosen to present at a national conference this summer in Atlanta.

Computer Engineering students Angusundaresh Krishnakumar and Gowtham Manoharan Gandhimathi were awarded with travel grants from the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment project to travel to Atlanta to present their research project “UAV Image Fire Detection Design using GPU” at the organization’s 2014 conference.

The project is in collaboration with UHCL Professor of Computer Engineering Liwen Shih’s 2013 Fulbright Specialist project.

Computer Engineering students Anshuka Charkal and Tarun Kumar Sharma were awarded, along with 15 other students nationally, with High-Performance Computer summer internships that gave them the chance to travel throughout the summer, receive training, and present lectures at the conference in Atlanta along with Manoharan Gandhimathi and Krishnakumar.
 
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