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Recent News

Zhengyuan Yang wins the 2018 ICPR Best Industry Related Paper Award

September 3, 2018

Zhengyuan Yang, a third-year PhD student working in Professor Jiebo Luo’s group, won the 2018 ...

Professor Zhu receives Honorable Mention in the SIGARCH/TCCA Outstanding Dissertation Award competition

June 6, 2018

Assistant Professor Yuhao Zhu has received an Honorable Mention for the ACM SIGARCH/IEEE CS TCC ...

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As part of a top-tier research university, we partner with many schools, departments, and centers across campus.
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Computer Science Building

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We've moved to Wegmans Hall in May 2017, home to CS, GIDS, CIRC

URCS was founded as a PhD-only department in 1974. The first degrees were awarded in 1980. The department typically admits 10–12 PhD students each fall, and graduates about 7 every year.

Professor Hoque received a Google Faculty Research Award for his research on data-driven adaptive learning, and innovative assessment methods.


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Feature Story

Using data science to tell which of these people is lying

Researchers in computer scientist Ehsan Hoque's lab have created a game that has allowed them to analyze more than 1 million frames of facial expressions, the largest video dataset so far for understanding how to tell if someone is lying. 

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Diversity in Computer Science

For many decades, the diversity in computer science nationally has been disproportionally lower than in other science disciplines.  The effort to increase our diversity in Computer Science has been energized by our participation in BRAID . We have graduated ~34% female for the last two graduating classes, nearly double the national average graduation rates. Our ability to send a greater number of our students to the Grace Hopper Conference for Women in Technology as well as additional diversity conferences each year has been directly related to our part in the BRAID initiative. Computer Science students continue to build a community that encourages women and underrepresented minorities to pursue studies in Computer Science.   Here are some additional resources for diversity information at Rochester:

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)

Women in Computing at Rochester (URWiC)

 

Why CSC?

Computer science is a broad and in-demand field, influencing areas like health, entertainment, and big data.

At the University of Rochester, our emphasis on cross-collaboration and elite undergraduate and graduate programs prepares our students for industry, research, and academic positions.

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