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Students must stay to better workforce

Aug. 9, 2013—This column by Douglas C. Schmidt, professor of computer science, and Philippe Fauchet, dean of the School of Engineering, appeared in the Tennessean Aug. 6, 2013. Nashville is becoming known as much for its entrepreneurial and innovation endeavors as for its music. Catch the creative vibe from a quick tour of the downtown space that’s...

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CS professor Doug Schmidt appointed RTI board member

Apr. 18, 2013—Real-Time Innovations, a real-time infrastructure software company in Sunnyvale, Calif., today announced in a company press release the appointment of Douglas C. Schmidt, a pioneer in the middleware industry, to the company’s board of directors. Schmidt is a professor of computer science, associate chair of the computer science and engineering program and senior researcher at...

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Preview of professor’s ‘software architectures’ Coursera class

Jan. 21, 2013—View this preview video of Doug Schmidt’s spring 2013 Coursera course, Pattern-Oriented Software Architectures for Concurrent and Networked Software. Douglas C. Schmidt is a Professor of Computer Science, Associate Chair of the Computer Science and Engineering program, and a Senior Researcher at the Institute for Software Integrated Systems, all at Vanderbilt University. He has also...

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CS professor says it’s time to step-up local university-industry collaboration in Information Technologies

Feb. 13, 2012—When it comes to information technology (IT), Nashville has made great strides, but needs much more. Our shared concern about growing our IT talent pool is undeniably on-target. Software development and broader engineering skills and sheer innovative capacity are at a premium globally, as well as nationwide. It’s therefore no surprise that recruiting and retaining...

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Schmidt addresses U.S. defense research at Capitol Hill briefing

Jan. 19, 2010—Douglas C. Schmidt, professor of computer science and associate chair of computer science and engineering, discussed the impact of ultra-large scale systems on Department of Defense operations at a Capitol Hill briefing sponsored by the congressional R&D Caucus in Washington Jan. 19. The briefing, “Defense Basic Research: Critical to National Security and Economic Security,” was...

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