Undergrads, Study CS in New Zealand, Winter 2017. Interest meeting April 6. Check it out!
Gosia Steinder, PhD 2003, has been named an IBM Fellow for her work including on an early version of cloud computing called Oceano. She began this work while a PhD student of Professor Adarsh Sethi and interning summers at IBM.
CIS Professor Sunita Chandrasekaran is hosting a UD GPU Programming Hackathon May 2-6 to help developers with scalable applications port to or optimize their applications on a GPU accelerator. National labs, universities, and vendors, including OpenACC, Cray, NVIDIA, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and PGI, will be present to mentor development groups.
The University of Delaware Cybersecurity Initiative has awarded six grants to support research projects addressing a range of security issues. Half of these projects involve CIS Faculty, and concern a cyber scholars program (Novocin), security education using social robots (Shen), and bio-cybersecurity(Wu).
Professor Taufer is just one of 49 computing professionals this year to be named a distinguished scientist by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the world's leading association of computing professionals.
Intelligent transportation systems enable people to make smart travel choices, whether itís selecting an alternate route to avoid a minor traffic backup or figuring out the safest evacuation path during a hurricane.
UD's Lori Pollock has received the Association for ComputingMachinery's SIGSOFT Influential Educator Award for mentoring of undergraduate and graduate students, innovation in software engineering education, and educational research.
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