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January 27, 2015—CHICAGO—To address the growing volume of data and reduce the corresponding search for the "needle in a haystack" in large data sets, researchers at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago have secured three patents (US 8,209,358 B2, US 8,626,792, US 7,720,869 B2...
On December 5, 2014, chemistry lecturers Nosheen Gothard and Ben Zion and a team of undergraduate students presented chemistry demonstrations for an audience of IIT faculty and students in the Life Sciences auditorium. A long tradition in chemistry departments, these shows can be sensational, with...
The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society, has named IIT Computer Science Professor Xiangyang Li a Distinguished Scientist. Li is one of 49 ACM members selected in 2014 as a Distinguished Educator, Scientist, or...
IIT College of Science held its annual holiday party on Tuesday, December 2, 2014 in The Bog, and Dean Russell Betts announced five winners of the annual awards for excellence. They are: Excellence in Teaching: Tanya Bekyarova, senior lecturer and associate chair for biology, received the award...
Lauren Ribordy (Glenbrook South High School), William Scullin (Argonne), Kevin Brandstatter (IIT 4th year BS/MS), Jason DiBabbo (IIT 4th year BS), Daniel Gordon (IIT 4th year BS), Ben Walters (IIT 2nd year BS), Alex Ballmer (IIT 1st year BS), Ioan Raicu (IIT assistant professor), and Michael Papka...
Russell Betts, dean of the College of Science, announced the appointment of Eunice Santos, Ph.D., as chair and professor of the Department of Computer Science. She will formally take up the appointment January 1, 2015. An award-winning researcher and teacher, Santos was professor of computer...
This year's IIT College of Science Excellence Awards include Zhiling Lan, for Excellence in Research, Senior Faculty, and Mustafa Bilgic, for Excellence in Research, Junior Faculty... read more
IIT College of Science has developed a new pathway to a teaching license in Illinois: the STEM Education minor. Students who major in mathematics, science, or engineering can take at a maximum of seven courses/24 credit hours of STEM education classes to earn the minor. Together, the B.S. and minor...
A team from Illinois Institute of Technology recently took fourth place in the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC), Mid-Central U.S. Region. The competition was held on November 1 at the University of Chicago and was sponsored by IBM and ACM...

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