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Kansas State was awarded the 3 year, $700,000 grant entitled "Secure Transactive Energy in Power Distribution Systems"

The "Smart Cities" Initiative is designed to distribute over $160 million in federal research to help local communities tackle key challenges such as reducing traffic congestion, fighting crime, fostering economic growth, managing the effects of a changing climate, and improving the delivery of city services. The Smart and Connected Communities awards support research in the integration of computing, networking, and physical systems, such as in self-driving cars, smart buildings, and smart energy. The new grant was described as one of several grants that are "novel approaches to integrate distributed power sources, such as rooftop solar panels and storage batteries, with the existing electric power grid".

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CIS Scholars Program Advances Opportunity for Tomorrow

High-achieving students naturally seek opportunities to excel beyond the traditional curriculum. We must answer the call in order to ensure marketplace success.

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leadership

 

Honoring a Leader

Beth Unger, former K-State Computer Science professor and K-State Vice Provost for Academic Services and Technology (1994-2007). As a former student of Beth's, I wanted to honor her accomplishments. Please join us for the day to celebrate the past and the future.

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DHS S&T Awards Kansas State University $900K for Building Control Cyber Security Research

Washington, DC The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) awarded $900,000 to Kansas State University for the development of technology that can help defend building controls from cyber-attacks.

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excellence

 

Computer Science Alumni Honored for Career Success

Professional career accomplishments during their first 20 years following graduation from Kansas State University has earned 11 College of Engineering alumni the college's Professional Progress Award.

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KSU Computing and Information Sciences

 

CIS Significant Bits is published by the Computing and Information Sciences Department at Kansas State University for alumni and friends.

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