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Jon Hammock, president and CEO of KeyLogic Systems in Morgantown, has been selected as Most Loyal Alumni Mountaineer. The Most Loyal Alumni Mountaineer exemplifies faithfulness to the ideas and goals of the University and exhibits support for WVU activities and operations through leadership and service.
Doctoral students from West Virginia University’s Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources captured best poster awards at the International Joint Conference on Biometrics held October 1-4, in Denver, Colorado.
West Virginia University’s Thirimachos Bourlai , associate professor of computer science and electrical engineering, has co-edited a textbook on surveillance-related technologies in both civilian and military environments.
Representatives from more than 15 countries will head to
West Virginia University September 17-19 for the 49th annual
North American Power Symposium at the Morgantown Marriott at Waterfront Place.
NAPS provides an international forum for participants from academia and industry
to present their research and development in power and energy with special attention
to the latest advances and challenges in power and energy technologies.
Since the early 1900s scientists have known that the Universe is expanding but recent studies have shown that the rate of expansion is accelerating. The reason for this is currently unknown, however Kevin Bandura, an assistant professor in the Lane Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering at West Virginia University, has been working on the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment, or CHIME, for the past several years to find out why.
For the fourth straight year, West Virginia University’s Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources has been ranked in the top 10 percent of all engineering schools nationwide for offering the best value for the money for undergraduate degree programs.