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Technology's brightest minds will converge on +Georgia Tech in October for a major symposium hosted by the College of Computing. The two-day event will explore how computing transforms our world and who will shape its future. -- http://www.cc.gatech.edu/sunbird
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Yeongjin Jang and Insu Yun captured an impressive victory earlier this month at +DEF CON. The doctoral student duo led their team to victory in the conference's Capture the Flag Competition dethroning two-time champion Plaid Parliament of Pwning in the process. Congratulations! -- http://b.gatech.edu/1Lpt3qF
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Algorithmic day-trading is on the rise worldwide. Many of the day-trading tinkerers got started in a popular, online computational investing course from Professor Tucker Balch.   
Building computer trading models has become the latest DIY craze
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A team of School of Computer Science researchers will attempt to shed light on exactly where data moves (and if it is maliciously manipulated) as it is routed from one Internet host to another. The four-year project is funded by DARPA and the Air Force Research Laboratory.
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Ph.D. student Jian Huang and collaborators from Microsoft Research have developed a system that can make wearable devices up to nine times faster with four times the battery life by offloading processing to traditional mobile devices.
Redmond wants to work where the grunt is, not where power is puny
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"Clearly the United States is stepping things up with these new supercomputers," said Steve Conway, a research vice president for high-performance computing with IDC. "The race is on to the exascale milestone."
IBM and Nvidia on Monday announced they have joined to launch two new supercomputer centers of excellence to develop the next generation of contenders.
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Develop tech's next big idea? Alumna Neha Narkhede did that. Her big data startup Confluent has Silicon Valley buzzing and is featured in the latest issue of +Forbes. -- http://onforb.es/1MMvgNi
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Sandip Agrawal's first three months of graduate school were spent on vacation in Southeast Asia. He never missed a single class throughout. How? Agrawal is a Georgia Tech OMS CS student. ‪#‎StudentSpotlight‬ -- http://b.gatech.edu/1WnQ1S8
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Mojgan Lefebvre hadn't even seen a computer before arriving at +Georgia Tech in 1986. That didn't stop the computer science alumna from excelling in the classroom or the boardroom. #AlumniProfile -- http://b.gatech.edu/1JVDqMS
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New telescopes in Chile promise to deliver greater images than ever before of the universe above -- at a rate of 100 GB per second. Our Russ Clark is drawing up plans to dynamically manage how that information will be transmitted across the Internet.
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Well, why would you deliver the full speed raw stream across the normal internet?
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Few government entities and non-profits have the capabilities to use data science. Data Science for Social Good matches those community organizations with data-driven student interns, eager to show how advanced computational power can help them make better decisions.  
Which buildings are at greatest risk of fire? Where are trees needed most? How can wait times be reduced at a local hotline? What does wifi use tell us about mobility? College of Computing students helped three community services and Georgia Tech mine their data to answer these questions and ...
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Kourtney Wright's parents inspired her to become immersed in #STEM at a young age. Now she's paying it forward. #StudentSpotlight -- http://b.gatech.edu/1eGLmck 
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Georgia Tech's College of Computing is defining the new face of computing.

The College of Computing at Georgia Tech is a national leader in the creation of real-world computing breakthroughs that drive social and scientific progress. With its graduate program ranked 9th nationally by U.S. News and World Report, the College’s unconventional approach to education is defining the new face of computing by expanding the horizons of traditional computer science students through interdisciplinary collaboration and a focus on human centered solutions.

For more information about the Georgia Tech College of Computing, its academic divisions and research centers, please visit http://www.cc.gatech.edu.

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