People-Profiles

Phelix Oluoch: Keeping ahead of attackers

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Phelix Oluoch (MSST ’15) is a Senior Information Assurance Engineer for Lockheed Martin’s industrial division and works with several senior security analysts to prevent, identify, and mitigate security incidents.

People-Profiles

Dan McKeown and Lawrence Wells: Building a cyber security unit

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Dan McKeown and Lawrence Wells built an internal cyber security defense unit to handle all networking, information risk management, and technical issues across the organization for Optum, the technical and networking arm of UnitedHealth Group.

People-Profiles

Milinda Rambel Stone: Growing security needs

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With more than 20 years of experience in creating and managing large-scale information security programs, Milinda Ramble Stone puts her expertise to work as Director of Global Security for SPS Commerce, Inc.

People-Profiles

It’s a Cyber Secure world after all

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CSE alumni are making pivotal contributions in many areas of cyber security that include critical infrastructure protection, computer security, quality, safety-critical systems, and more.

Research

Samira Azarin: Building a Cancer Cell Collector

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Assistant professor Samira Azarin has created a polymer disc implant that can act as a therapeutic “sponge” to soak up harmful cancer cells and is finding ways to manufacture heart cells to replace damaged cells.

Research

Michael McAlpine: Channeling New nerve Growth

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Associate professor Michael McAlpine uses one-of-a-kind 3D bioprinters to print silicon tubes that guide the regrowth of nerves in complex patterns.

Research

Robert Tranquillo: Living Valves for Growing Hearts

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Professor Robert Tranquillo and his team are working to develop a pediatric heart valve that can be implanted once and, with the help of a patient’s own cells, grow with the patient.

Research

Replacement parts

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College of Science and Engineering researchers are researching new ways to restore structure and function of damaged tissues and organs.

Students

Students at Work

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CSE students gain valuable and meaningful work experience in real-world environments through co-operative program.

Alumni

Slip sliding away

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Before smartphones and laptops, no serious science or engineering student would be caught on the University of Minnesota campus without a slide rule.