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News
Image of a potential path the new telescope could see. 
 
 
Allie Arp, CSL

Kamalabadi leads a $4.4M multi-university project to develop a telescope that will provide unprecedented resolution for space imaging. NSF calls the initiative a "transformative technological approach.” Read more

 
 
 
A 360 video image 
 

A team of researchers including CSL Director Klara Nahrstedt has been awarded a $1.2M grant from NSF to develop a revolutionary new system, called mi360World, for creating, delivering and navigating 360 videos at scale over the internet. Read more

 
 
 
Peggy Wells receiving her award from committee chair Carolyn Beck and CSL Director Klara Nahrstedt 
 
Wells receives 38th annual R.T. Chien Award for Excellence in Civil Service

Congratulations to Peggy Wells on being the 38th winner of the R.T. Chien Civil Service Award! Multiple letters were received in support of Peggy because of her warmth, organization, and dedication to CSL and its students.

 
 
 
Winners of the ITI Excellence at Work awards 
 
Macwan and Medina Cruz receive ITI award

At the second annual ITI award ceremony and luncheon! Richard Macwan (left) and Jose A. Medina Cruz (right) were awarded the 2019 Excellence at Work Award! Both were nominated for the award by their peers.

 
 
 

ITI Seminar: Rodolfo Pellizzoni, "A Predicable Execution Model for Real-Time Embedded Systems"
Tue, Dec 17, 3:30pm
Location: CSL Auditorium (B02)

 
 
 
Around CSL
Happy Thanksgiving from CSL!
 
 
 Part of the Connect Newsletter cover
 

The latest CSL Connect Newsletter is hot off the presses!

Read about the last six months of innovations, accomplishments, announcements, and research to come out of CSL.

Highlights include the new $50 million C-NICE center, alumni updates, a look into Alzheimer's research, and much more.

Read the full Fall 2019 Connect Newsletter.

University finals schedule
Finals will take place on Friday, December 13, and Monday, December 16, through Friday, December 20. A full schedule can be found here. Good luck to all of our students as they finish the semester!

CSL will remain open through Monday, December 23, but be closed for Holiday break Tuesday, December 23, through Wednesday, January 1. Regular CSL operations will resume on Thursday, January 2.

CSL Student Conference Call for Abstracts due Sunday
Abstract submissions for the 15th CSL Student Conference are due Sunday, December 15. The conference will be held Feb. 26-28, 2020 and has four tracks for oral presentations:

Please find more information and how to register on the conference website.

 
 
 
Gifts

Pavan Kumar Hanumolu, Intel, $75,000

Radhika Mittal, Facebook, $50,000