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Congratulations to Dr. Amini for receiving NSF Funding

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Congratulations to CMIX Faculty involved in a new NSF grant worth $2.7 Million

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette will receive a five-year, $ 2.7 million award from the National Science Fou

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Science Day 2019 attracted more than 700 students to CMIX

On November 8th, 2019 School of Computing and Informatics (CMIX) hosted the Science Day event.

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Congratulations to Dr. Mohsen Amini for receiving funds from the National Science Foundation in the amount of $74,997. This funding is for a collaborative research project with CLOUDS lab at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Four students (2 undergraduate and 2 graduate) from UL Lafayette will travel to Australia to take part in this research project. This project will enable high quality and low-latency video streaming which is independent of the viewer's geographical location. This project will help undergraduate and graduate students from UL Lafayette to become highly skilled and globally engaged workforce.