With support from an NSF CAREER grant, Binghamton researcher Timothy Miller aims to slash the energy used by computing systems. Timothy Miller joins 3 previous awardees, David Liu, Kartik Gopalan & Michael Lewis. | Discover-e
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- Watson Review, "Family affair," Summer 2014
- Watson Review, "Miller Wins NSF Career Grant," Summer 2014
- Watson Review, "Taking advantage of Big Data," Summer 2014
- Inside, "Students stay up late, innovate at HackBU Hackathon," April 2014
Beyond the Classroom | Dmitry Ponomarev
Tasting alligator meat in New Orleans, playing soccer and researching computer architecture - Dmitry Ponomarev takes us Beyond the Classroom to see what makes him unique!
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