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Lafayette College

September 28, 2007

Faculty Notes

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A glance at the research and other professional activities of some of the faculty members who are on leave in 2007-08 A glance at the research and professional activities of some of the faculty members who are on leave in 2007-08: Rexford Ahene, professor of economics and business, is senior technical adviser to the Uganda [...]

Lafayette College

August 22, 2007

Professors William Jemison ’85, Andrew Kortyna, and Todd Wey Receive NSF Grant for State-of-the-Art Equipment

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Grant will help continue undergraduate research projects William Jemison ’85, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, Andrew Kortyna, assistant professor of physics, and Todd Wey, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, recently obtained a Major Research Instrumentation grant for $257,762 from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The grant will be used to purchase [...]

Lafayette College

August 9, 2007

Computer Science Acquires New State-of-the-Art Equipment

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Computing cluster allows for interdisciplinary research As a result of a previous National Science Foundation grant, the computer science department recently purchased a 12 node computing cluster to be used for computational research in mathematics, physics, mechanical engineering, computer science, and biology. The computing cluster is essentially many processors clustered together in a small rack. [...]