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Faculty and graduate students of the Mathematics and Science Education Department presented results of their research projects at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), March 30 - April 2 in Pittsburgh, Penn. Participants included Professor Norman...
The credit crisis and ongoing European sovereign debt crisis have shown the importance of the proper assessment and management of counterparty risk. In the book Counterparty Risk and Funding: A Tale of Two Puzzles, IIT Professor of Applied Mathematics Tomasz Bielecki, along with Stéphane Crépey and...
The Winter 2014 issue of Science @ IIT, the newsletter of the College of Science, contains articles on the launch of the Master of Data Science program and a $50,000 donation by the Tsao family to establish a Computer Science Fund.  Also included are the department's honoring of...
County Health Statistics, Including Rates of Obesity, Can Be Estimated By Looking at Tweets, Says Illinois Institute of Technology Researcher March 26, 2014 CHICAGO – A researcher at Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) has found that Twitter knows if you’re obese—or at least,...
Three students from IIT, including Master of Computer Science graduate student Mitch Wilkos, participated recently in Illinois's first Cyber Aces State Championship. The event was held on March 1 at Moraine Valley Community College in Palos Hills. 125 participants, including students,...
Computer Science undergraduate student Nishanth Samala's company Strados has been named one of America's Coolest College Startups 2014. The list was compiled by Inc., which publishes a magazine devoted to small business ideas and entrepreneurs.   Strados is an app...
Xian-He Sun, chair and professor of the Computer Science Department, has been awarded the title of distinguished professor for exceptional achievement in his field. The title of distinguished professor is the highest award that IIT gives to faculty members, accorded to full-time professors who have...
In an LA Weekly Blog post, Language Doesn't Point to L.A.'s Satoshi Nakamoto as Bitcoin Inventor, Shlomo Argamon, Professor of Computer Science, says that stylistic inconsistencies between the writings of Satoshi Nakamoto and the inventor of Bitcoin make it less likely for them to...
An article on IIT's Master of Data Science program appears in the Winter 2014 newsletter of the National Professional Science Master's Association (NPSMA).
Applications are invited for a part-time instructor in Computer Science starting in the Fall 2014 semester.  Read more.

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