Graduate Student, John Anderson, Accepted ‘Best Extended Abstract Award’ at IEEE International Conference on Information Society

The department is excited to announce graduate student, John Anderson, accepted ‘Best Extended Abstract Award’ at the  IEEE International Conference on Information Society (i-Society-2016) for his paper, Decentralised, Dynamic Network Path Selection in High Performance Computing.

Back in July, the department announced eleven student research papers that were chosen for presentations at the IEEE i-Society 2016 conference, which has a 10% acceptance rate.

Dr. Aspen Olmsted, graduate program director, traveled with Callum Brill, Gayathri Santhanakrishnan, Husna Siddiqui, John Anderson, and Matt Piazza to present their research papers at i-Society-2016 in Dublin, Ireland this past October. Gayathri Parthasarathy, Zachary Davis, and Chris Cargile presented their research papers virtually from Charleston.  

To learn more about the graduate program and graduate courses offered by the department, visit the Graduate Program page or contact, Dr. Aspen Olmsted at