May 24Ferhan Ture - Searching to Translate and Translating to Search:When Information Retrieval Meets Machine Translation
11:00am 3450 AVWinfoMay 27Adam Bazinet - Applying Computer Science to Phylogenomics Workflows
2:00pm 3118 CBCBinfoJun 4Tugrul Ince - Compilation and Binary Editing for Performance andSecurity
11:00am 3450 AVWinfoSep 7Undergrad Event - CS Daemon Dash
12:00pm CSIC BuildingSep 8Undergrad Event - CS Daemon Dash
12:00pm CSIC BuildingSep 18Undergrad Event CS Fall 2013 Career and Internship Fair
5:00pm Samuel Riggs Alumni Center
HCIL Presents Its 30th Annual Symposium
You may register on-site for the Symposium on May 22-23. Registration begins at 8:15am in the lobby of CSIC on both days.
2013 Maryland Day Highlights
On April 29, the University community hosted over 105,000 visitors for the 15th annual Maryland Day festivities. This slideshow provides a look at some of the interesting activities and exhibits the Department displayed that day.
Spring 2013 Newsletter Now AvailableThe Spring 2013 edition of the Department Newsletter is available as a PDF for download.
2012-2013 Graduating PhD Students
The Department has 23 students who will be graduating in the next year or so. Here is a list.
Research Spotlight: Theoretical Computer Science
Theoretical Computer Science (TCS), broadly speaking, is concerned with understanding the very nature of computation: What problems can be solved by computers? And how efficiently can such problems be solved? TCS encompasses research in such diverse areas as complexity theory, algorithms, cryptography, distributed computing, machine learning, and more; the common thread is a focus on precise models and rigorous mathematical analysis of particular problems within those models.
Company of CS Hall of Fame Alumnus Acquired By Salesforce
A start-up company run by CS Ph.D. alumnus Gary Flake ('93), Clipboard, is being acquired by Salesforce.com. Clipboard is a platform that gives people ways to privately organize their online lives.