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UW CSE Ph.D. alum Adrien Treuille featured on David Pogue’s PBS NOVA Science NOW

David Pogue’s PBS NOVA Science NOW featured the work of UW CSE Ph.D. alum Adrien Treuille – now a faculty member at Carnegie Mellon University – as the final segment of the episode “What Will the Future Be Like?”

Watch this terrific 12-minute PBS NOVA Science NOW segment!

There’s lot of other great Computer Science content in the full 52-minute show – watch the entire show here.

(Last month, UW CSE professor Yoshi Kohn and his students were featured by Pogue – information here.  Work on Foldit – the topic of Pogue’s interview with Adrien Treuille, continues in UW CSE’s Center for Game Science; the Director of the Center for Game Science, Seth Cooper, won the 2011 ACM Doctoral Dissertation Award for work related to Foldit.)

November 23, 2012