Threads 2004

Threads is the official newsletter of the Department of Computer Science, published once each semester

2004 Spring - 8(1)
  • Chair’s Message (Alan Biermann)
  • Reif receives rank of AAAS fellow
  • Researchers power up server clusters
  • "Milly Watt" research yields new approach to managing computer electricity use
  • Lebeck and team awarded ITR grant
  • Jeffrey Chase receives IBM faculty award
  • Jun Yang receives NSF award
  • DNA makes Nano barcode
  • Duke scientists 'program' DNA molecules to self assemble into patterned nanostructures
  • Will your vote count with computer voting systems?
  • Grad student at center of Diebold controversy
  • TechConnect 2003
  • Congratulations 2003 Graduates
  • Duke senior Ethan Eade headed to Cambridge
  • Self-assembling circuits using DNA may represent next computer breakthrough
  • Alumni News
  • Ethan Eade: 2004 CRA outstanding male undergraduate award runner-up
  • Duke CS Department hosts the 28th ACM international collegiate programming contest sponsored by IBM
  • Eli Lilly to support summer outreach program
2004 Fall - 8(2)
  • Chair's message (Alan Biermann)
  • Lars Arge promoted to Associate Professor of Computer Science
  • Nature's tiny helping hands
  • Foundations of Nanoscience: Self-Assembled Architectures and Devices Conference
  • President Honors CRA-W
  • CS Department receives Best Recycling Department Award
  • Scientists turn DNA tubes into Nanowires
  • Frontiers Conference targets research possibilities
  • Hartemink receives NSF award
  • Alumni news
  • Spring picnic
  • Congratulations Graduates
  • Alex Vasilos Memorial Award
  • Outstanding undergraduate teaching assistant award
  • Senior thesis project
  • Graduation with distinction
  • Master's and Doctorate degrees
  • David Arthur ranks 9th in the nation - The William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition
  • Susan Clear awarded meritorious service award
  • Jeff Phillips and David Arthur awarded NSF fellowship