News from Computer Science
Article ItemData scientists combat hate crimes and other violence , article
Every complex problem has many multidisciplinary angles. In today's first installment of a series this week, read about how the Sanghani Center helps to capture data to document the true prevalence of hate crimes and other forms of violence that Princeton's Bridging Divides Initiative can share with national and local leaders who want to make better informed policy decisions.
Article ItemEdward Fox honored as inaugural inductee in ACM SIGIR Academy , article
The professor of computer science and faculty at the Sanghani Center for Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics has been recognized as one of 25 inductees drawn from principal leaders in information retrieval across the globe whose significant contributions have shaped the discipline or industry.
Article ItemFive new projects win seed funding , article
The Junior Faculty Awards from the Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Science fund interdisciplinary collaborations led by early-career faculty.
Article ItemThe Graduate School honors student of the year, service and teaching assistant award winners , article
Each year during Graduate Education Week, the Graduate School honors a student who has been singularly outstanding as the Graduate Student of the Year. This year, two students will receive the award.
Article ItemVirginia Tech joins Mid-Atlantic Quantum Alliance to boost research efforts , article
The alliance is a rapidly growing hub of quantum technology research, development, innovation, and education led by the University of Maryland. Vito Scarola, an associate professor in the Department of Physics, led the effort for Virginia Tech to join the MQA.
Article ItemData and Decision Sciences Building construction underway , article
The first building of Virginia Tech’s Global Business and Analytics Complex at Virginia Tech is coming to life.
Article ItemComputer science welcomes three new assistant professors , article
Three new faculty members have joined the Department of Computer Science this semester in the role of assistant professor, bringing the total number of faculty to nearly 60 at campuses in Blacksburg and the greater Washington, D.C., metro area.
Article ItemVirginia Tech researchers receive cybersecurity research collaboration grants from the Commonwealth Cyber Initiative , article
CCI has four regional nodes and one hub dedicated to specific geographic areas of Virginia along with different research disciplines.
Article ItemVirginia Tech celebrates 50 years of computer science , article
In 1970, the Department of Computer Science was established under its founding department head, the late George Gorsline. Fifty years later, the department graduated its largest computer science class to date with 311 undergraduate degrees, 49 master’s degrees, and 28 doctorates awarded.
Article ItemAlumnus honors mentors with first Ph.D. fellowships in the Department of Computer Science , article
Alumnus Greg Lavender has endowed the first two Ph.D. fellowships in the Department of Computer Science, coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the department.
Article ItemBringing history to life , article
The Center for Human-Computer Interaction is helping build teams of historians, computer scientists, educators, and visual artists that are developing new and meaningful ways for people to interact with history.
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