By Tina Hilding, College of Engineering and Architecture
PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State University researchers have received a National Science Foundation grant to share their "smart home in a box” technology with 60 institutions and scientists around the world in what will be the largest-ever installation of such home monitoring systems.
The collaborators will develop their own monitoring projects in a home or a lab and report back their results. With this data, the WSU researchers will be able to develop a system for using and sharing cutting-edge, smart environments data on a large scale.
This year's Open House, Graduation, and Awards Banquet was held on April 18th at the Schweitzer Event Center. The event was well attended with many students, faculty, and staff there to enjoy the evening.
Terry Heng, co-founder of Uniquesoft, was guest speaker. His topic was "Automation in Software Engineering"
John and Kathy Howell, longtime EECS supporters, sponsored the event
There were many awards given to faculty, staff and students to recognize their accomplishments and hard work this year.
Lastly, after recognizing the judges and sponsors for our senior design projects, the winner was announced. This year's winner was Team Cerium.
The Anjan Bose Outstanding Researcher Award Winner: Dr. Partha Pande