Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Skillful EE-Undergrad-Major ASEer Davis Explored a Keyboard-Broken Laptop

A skillful EE-Undergrad-Major ASEer Davis Li explored different hardware parts of a keyboard-broken laptop (sometimes even having his eyes closed, c.f., the third and fourth pictures below), impressing much the advisor, who traditionally appreciated software more than hardware. Although the keyboard-broken laptop still remains keyboard-broken after Davis' skillful exploration, such exploration has demonstrated the versatile nature of our awesome ASEers!

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

End of Academic Year Celebration of Awesome ASE Group & Sending Off Three Graduating ASEers

We went bowling, mini golf, and game during the end of academic year celebration of Awesome ASE Group and sending off three graduating ASEers: Ore (Oreoluwa) Alebiosu, Wesley Brooks, Mengqi Gu. Congratulations to them and wish them the best and make great impact in their future career!!

Celebration of Awesome ASEer Davis' 20ish Birthday!

Dinner by some Awesome ASEers for celebrating the Awesome ASEer Davis Li' 20ish Birthday!

Our Awesome ASE group has started a great tradition of celebrating our ASEers' birthdays!!

ASEer Wesley presented a poster in 2016 Digital Forensics Curriculum Standards Workshop

Graduating ASEer Wesley Brooks presented a poster in 2016 Digital Forensics Curriculum Standards Workshop.

Monday, May 9, 2016

Illinois ASEers: Play Hard, Work Harder, Work Smarter, Work Wiser.

Congratulation to Illinois ASEers, Awesome ASEr.ping128 (Ping Srisakaoukul), Awesome-ASEer-Android (Davis Li) and ASE Pexum (Chiao Hsieh) for dominating the popular game

While taking a well-deserved break from studying for finals, three Illinois ASEers rank in the top ten in


Sunday, May 8, 2016

Illinois ASEer Siwakorn (Ping) Srisakaokul and Illinois Team to compete in ICPC World Finals

Every year the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) brings outstanding computer science students from around the world together for several days of symposia talks, networking, and intensive computing competition at the ICPC World Finals.

This year CS @ ILLINOIS will be sending three students to the world finals, held this year in Phuket, Thailand, May 15-20. One thing that stands out about this year’s Illinois team is that two of the three team members are freshmen. The team members are CS freshmen Lan Dao and Xin (“Victor”) Gao, and CS graduate student Siwakorn (PING!) Srisakaokul.

We wish Ping and his team the best of luck! Go get them!