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Feb 6, 2012
Category: General
Posted by: aewhalle
Brian Atkinson, a junior computer science major at Coastal Carolina University, has been selected as one of approximately 90 students nationwide to participate in the 2011-2012 Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) Cyberinfrastructure Student Engagement Program.
Jul 7, 2011
Category: General
Posted by: aewhalle
Computer science professor Dr. Brian Larkins was awarded an equipment and travel grant from the LittleFE initiative funded by the Shodor Education Foundation.
Jul 1, 2011
Category: General
Posted by: aewhalle

Computer Science sophomore, Brian Atkinson, has received a research internship in high-performance computing as part of a collaboration between Coastal Carolina and Clemson University.

Jun 1, 2011
Category: General
Posted by: aewhalle

Computer science professor Dr. William Jones was awarded a subcontract from Clemson University's Cyberinstitute under a grant from the Department of Energy to work...

Aug 1, 2010
Category: General
Posted by: tkarade

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