Computer Science and Engineering

Helping students succeed

Wright State graduate Doug Rasor and his wife, Barbara, create scholarship fund for engineering and computer science students

Doug Rasor and his wife, Barbara, hope their newly created scholarship will impact the lives of students, just as theirs was by a scholarship Doug received as a student at Wright State. Continue reading

Smart play

Wright State engineering students Trevor Nartker, Ivan Frasure and Jace Robinson receive prestigious SMART scholarships

Wright State engineering students Trevor Nartker, Ivan Frasure and Jace Robinson will work at the Air Force Research Laboratory after completing their master’s degrees, supported by scholarships from the Defense Department. Continue reading

Wright State researchers awarded prestigious Magic Grant from Brown Institute for Media Innovation

The project involving the Wright State researchers is aimed at decoding differences in forensic DNA software used as evidence in criminal trials. Continue reading

Eight incoming engineering students awarded Reynolds and Reynolds Leadership scholarships

The engineering and computer science students are high achieving high school graduates from around the state. Continue reading

Raiders in cyberspace

Students can practice their cybersecurity skills during the inaugural Cyber Raider competition March 24 at Wright State. Continue reading

Wright State professor Tanvi Banerjee featured in Women in Science issue of Research Features Magazine

Wright State professor Tanvi Banerjee was recognized by a British online publication for her research detecting burnout among those who care for dementia patients Continue reading

Gang guidance

Wright State researchers develop computer tool designed to reduce street-gang violence

Researchers at Kno.e.sis developed techniques to identify violent Tweets and developed a technique to identify Twitter users likely to take their violent messages to the street. Continue reading

Painless solution

Wright State’s Yong Pei and his team named winner in Ohio Opioid Technology Challenge

Wright State researchers designed an augmented-reality system designed that puts a “doctor in the house” to help recovering surgery patients manage pain without painkillers. Continue reading

Wright State professor Travis Doom earns prestigious teaching award from Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Computer Society

Doom was recognized “for tremendous contributions to computer science and engineering through a balanced career incorporating research, mentoring of students, curriculum, pedagogy development and service.” Continue reading

KnoEmoji empire

Wright State researchers develop database that promises to improve emoji communication

Researchers at Wright State’s Kno.e.sis developed EmojiNet, a comprehensive resource to help people understand and interpret the various meanings of emojis. Continue reading