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Thomson Scientific, Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) has included Franco Preparata and Roberto Tamassia in the list of the most highly cited computer science authors worldwide, based on citations in venues indexed by ISI for the period 1981-1999. In the website ISIHighlyCited.com, ISI features the "preeminent individual researchers in each of 21 subject ...

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Conduit, the alumni magazine produced by the Department of Computer Science, captivated columnist and Brown CS alumnus David Margulius for the “come-hither ... nature of its cover story, ‘CSI: Computer Science Investigations.’ Using blurry crime-scene photos and some hand-typed ransom-letter-like teaser copy, the cover resembled a TV-style case-file promo.” The columnist’s point: “Although much ...

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Meinolf Sellmann is the most recent junior faculty member to receive a National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER grant for his Cornflower project proposal.

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The dawn of the new century casts light on three dramatic economic challenges that will determine our future as a society: demography, globalization, and shortage of natural resources. Today we ...

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Brown University researchers are creating a technology that will allow doctors and scientists to do the seemingly impossible: See inside living humans and animals and watch their bones move in 3-D as they run, fly, jump, swim and slither. This high-resolution, high-speed imaging system will contribute to better treatments for knee, shoulder, wrist, and back ...

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Kathy Kirman, executive assistant to the Department’s technical staff (TSTAFF), was awarded a Brown University Certificate of Recognition for excellent performance in Departmental Property Management. Kirman, along with seven other Brown employees, were recognized for their efforts during the 2006 Office of Sponsored Projects (OSP) Biennial Inventory, a ten-week project involving 137 academic and administrative ...

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