LSU students Brandon Oubre of Norco and Paxton Turner of Baton Rouge have been awarded the prestigious, nationally competitive Goldwater Scholarship by the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Program, and Rachael Keller of West Monroe and Paul Koenig of Zachary received Honorable Mention.
LSU has appointed J. “Ram” Ramanujam director of its internationally-renowned Center for Computation & Technology, or CCT, effective May 1. Ramanujam is the John E. and Beatrice L. Ritter Distinguished Professor in the Division of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at LSU. “We are happy to announce… Read More
Student application deadline March 21 BATON ROUGE – LSU’s Center for Computation & Technology, or CCT, has been selected to serve as a host organization for Google’s Summer of Code, as a result of efforts by the STE||AR, or Systems Technology, Emergent Parallelism and Algorithm Research, group. “Google’s decision to support our group recognizes the… Read More
LSU’s Digital Media Center will host a Global Game Jam, a worldwide competition where video game enthusiasts and developers form groups of programmers, game designers, artists and business-minded individuals to build and present a video game in 48 hours, on Jan. 24-26. “If you’ve ever said ‘What if there was a game like this’ then you… Read More