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Kimberly Stanger receives 2013 Chancellor's Staff Excellence Award

Dr. Janikow and Dr. Bhatia get ESI grant
Dr. Janikow and Dr. Bhatia have received a grant to develop software for ESI.

Missouri MAA Spring Meeting
UMSL is hosting the spring meeting of the Missouri Section of the

Dr. Janikow and Dr. He get ESI grant
Dr. Janikow and Dr. He have received a grant from ESI: "Outbound Notification Administration Console" to build Java interface to access and modify member notification settings. The project will be developed by groups of students in CS5010. Best projects will be awarded prizes.

Dr. Janikow and Dr. Bhatia get ESI grant
Dr. Janikow and Dr. Bhatia have received a grant to develop software for ESI. The software is a utility for OpenVMS legacy system to allow system users to easily extract desired data from legacy indexed files. The software will be built by student teams in CS5500 in the SP2011 semester.

Dr. Maric gets grant
Nevena Maric has received an NSF grant for a study of stochastic processes with spatial constraints.

Dr. Chakraborty gets grant
Uday Chakraborty gets NSF grant for research on differential evolution

ESI grant to build member analyzer
Dr. Wenjie He and Dr. Cezary Z Janikow received a grant from Express Scripts, Inc., to build an application to allow ESI reps to easily analyze some member specific information. The project will utilize Java Web Services and other related technologies. The project is developed in CS5010, Fall 2010, as a semester project, with ESI providing specifications and testing. As usual, students will compete in teams,and can win monetary awards for their accomplishments.

Grant from ESI for "PAP Product and Program Data Access"
Dr. Janikow and Dr. He have received a grant from ESI: "PAP Product and Program Data Access". This grant is to continue the project worked on in CS5010 in Fall 2009, and it will involve three graduate students.

New Book - Dr. Uday Chakraborty
Dr. Chakraborty has just published a new book as editor: 

Computational Intelligence in Flow Shop and Job Shop Scheduling, U. K. Chakraborty (Ed.), Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 2009.

ESI grant to develop a Java-based interface
Dr. Wenjie He and Dr. Cezary Z Janikow received a grant from Express Scripts, Inc., to build a Java-based interface to allow ESI reps to access drug and program information for its HealthBridge. The project will utilize JSP, EJB, and possibly Java Web services. The project is developed in CS5010 as a semester project, with ESI providing specifications and testing, and utilizes some of the newest web technologies.

CS Student in the Undergraduate Research Symposium
Drew Garret, a member of the team that won the OpenSolaris Grant, gave an Oral Presentation on his work in the Undergraduate Research Symposium at UMSL on May 01, 2009.

ESI grant to develop application for resource tracking/allocation
Dr. Uday Chakraborty and Dr. Cezary Z Janikow received a grant from Express Scripts, Inc., to build a database prototype for an application for tracking the company's resource allocation. In particular, the application will allow the company to allocate manpower to projects and releases, and to monitor the projects. The project is developed in CS5500 as a semester project, with ESI providing specifications and testing, and utilizes some of the newest web technologies. The best product(s) will receive prizes.

ESI grant to develop web-based applications for mobile devices
Dr. Wenjie He and Dr. Cezary Z Janikow received a grant from Express Scripts, Inc., to evaluate technologies and build prototypes for applications that would enable the company's clients to access pharmacy information from portable devices. The project is developed in an Independent Project course.

Dr. Chakraborty edits new book
Dr. U.K. Chakraborty has edited the book Advances in Differential Evolution, just published by Springer-Verlag.

Faculty receive ESI grant to develop a software in cs5010.
Dr. Wenjie He and Dr. Cezary Z Janikow received a grant from Express Scripts, Inc., to build an application that would enable the company's clients to access information about their orders from portable devices (Blackberry at the moment). The project is developed in CS5010 as a semester project, with ESI providing specifications and testing, and utilizes some of the newest web technologies.

C/S Undergraduates Win OpenSolaris Community Innovation Award
Sun Microsystems, Inc. today (Sept. 18, 2008) announced the winners of the OpenSolaris(TM) Community Innovation Awards Program, designed to fuel innovation around OpenSolaris.