News Update :: Tuesday, June 13, 2006


Cal-Tech Nabs Georgia Tech’s Chameau for President’s Post

Georgia Tech Provost Jean-Lou Chameau has been named president of California Institute of Technology . Since June 2001, Chameau, 53, has been provost and vice president for academic affairs at Georgia Tech, where he has known for his interdisciplinary vision...

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Computing, Internet Pioneer Alan Kotok Dies

Revered computer scientist Alan Kotok, known for his work on the groundbreaking DEC PDP-10 computer, for being on the team that invented the joystick, and his more recent involvement with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), died over the Memorial Day weekend...

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U of Illinois CIO to Lead UC Davis Information Tech Efforts

Peter Siegel, an expert in university information and learning technologies and the chief information officer at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, was named vice provost for information and educational technology and chief information officer at the University of California at Davis...

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Wisconsin Prof Wields Statistics in War on Computer Bugs

Ben Liblit, an assistant professor in the University of Wisconsin-Madison's department of computer sciences, is using the tools of automated statistical analysis to combat computer bugs on campus, a process he refers to as "statistical debugging."...

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Berkeley WiFi Video Conveys Eye Care to Remote Villagers

Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, working with an Indian hospital system and the Intel Corp., have developed a new technology for low-cost rural wireless connectivity that is helping thousands of residents of rural villages in India get quality eye care...

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Contracts, Deals, Awards

U of Scranton to Act as Internet2 Hub for Eastern Pennsylvania

The University of Scranton is building a 100 Mbps intercity dedicated link to bring Internet2 access to schools, hospitals, and government organizations in the Scranton, Pa., area...

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University of Bristol to Move Up Supercomputing Charts

The University of Bristol (UK) said it will purchase several new high-performance supercomputers from ClusterVision, IBM, and ClearSpeed Inc...

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