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50th Anniversary Celebration

On Friday September 27, 2024 the department will host a 50th anniversary celebration in conjunction with Meliora Weekend! We invite all our alums, colleagues, and friends to join the celebration.

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PhD Research Spotlight

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PhD student Benjamin Valpey won the 3rd place in the ACM Student Research Competition held at Supercomputing '23 in the graduate student category.

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Undergraduate Research Feature

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Recent graduate Adira Blumenthal discusses her undergraduate research experience which was centered around assistive technologies.

Read about Adira's experience

Department News

Jiebo Luo

Jiebo Luo receives Riker Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching

The Riker Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching recognizes a faculty member who has excelled in graduate instruction, particularly in the University’s doctoral programs. Jiebo will be presented with the award at the University’s Doctoral Commencement ceremony on Friday, May 17.

Read about Jiebo's teaching impact
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Masum Hasan discusses HCI Research on WXXI

PhD student Masum Hasan was invited to give a talk at the Flower City AI, a local conference on artificial intelligence innovation, education, healthcare, art, business, and research. He spoke about his work developing the SAPIEN Coach, an interactive, multilingual, emotionally-responsive, virtual-human-based coaching platform for learning academic or soft skills.

Read about Masum's work
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Human brain’s ‘temporal scaffolding’ inspires new AI approaches

Associate Professor Christopher Kanan is part of a transdisciplinary team using a recent hypothesis about how the human brain uses sleep and awake periods to learn over time to try to overcome artificial intelligence’s limitations with lifelong learning

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CS study shows media bias is growing

A team from the Department of Computer Science used machine learning to analyze publications across the political spectrum.

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Chris Kanan to optimize nuclear fusion with generative AI

The US Department of Energy has granted almost $3M to a joint venture between the CS Department and The Laboratory for Laser Energetics in an effort to use AI to improve inertial fusion energy generation.

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Adiba Proma

Leveraging Computing and Cognition to Tackle Climate Change

Computer Science PhD student Adiba Proma seeks to help people reduce their carbon footprint with computer design principles.

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