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Thirimachos Bourlai

WVU researcher part of new National Center for Borders, Trade and Immigration

Thirimachos Bourlai, assistant professor of computer science and electrical engineering at West Virginia University, is part of a team of researchers charged with finding new ways to strengthen national security through the development of biometric-based technologies.
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Sean Frisbee

A Homecoming: WVU grad returning home to lead WVU Alumni Association

It's been 26 years since Sean M. Frisbee graduated from West Virginia University in aerospace engineering. Since then the retired Air Force colonel has traveled the world in the name of freedom, helping to rebuild the Iraqi Air Force as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom, leading the development and modernization of the F-22 stealth fighter weapon system and leading government and private business organizations.
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Global Grand Challenges participants

WVU engineering students attend Grand Challenges Summit

Two days at the Global Grand Challenges Summit in Beijing, China, changed the lives of West Virginia University seniors Andy Maloney, Katie O'Connell and Emily Phipps.
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Interdisciplinary graduate research to be presented at WVU

The research accomplishments of graduate engineering and science students will be on display Friday, October 9, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., at West Virginia University's Museum Education Center.
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Guodong Guo

WVU faculty, students place in international competition

A group of West Virginia University faculty and students led by Guodong Guo, associate professor of computer science and electrical engineering, placed third in the world, first in the nation in ChaLearn's apparent age challenge.
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