President Obama announced the Digital Lab for Manufacturing, an applied research institute in Chicago.
William Gropp received the SIAM Activity Group on Supercomputing (SIAG/SC) Career Prize.
Jungwook Choi and Rob A. Rutenbar have demonstrated one of the fastest video-rate implementations for 3-D computer vision.
CS Assistant Professor Brighten Godfrey was awarded a 2014 Sloan Research Fellowship.
Ground was broken in early February on the site of a new building in the Research Park for Yahoo.
Lawrence Angrave has completed teaching the first MOOC on developing apps for the Android platform.
Six CS @ ILLINOIS students give their take on the Chicago tech scene.
CS student Eric Rosen is part of the Illini Chess Team that will attend the Final Four for collegiate chess.
William Gropp was one of 12 University of Illinois faculty members to be selected as a Blue Waters Professor.
The “Big Data” movement will harness the power of supercomputers to draw insights from massive amounts of information
A company founded by Sam King, Shuo Tang, and Murph Finnicum has made strong passwords more secure and easy to use.
Founded by Illinois alumni, Bloc provides a 12-week program to teach the fundamentals of web design and development.
Four Illinois students were among 40 elite women invited to the Rising Stars of EECS workshop at MIT.
This year, two freshmen won the Facebook Midwest Regional Hackathon: CS student Joel Einbinder and ECE student Zach Smith.
The University of Illinois has received an NSF grant o renew the Illinois Cyber Security Scholars Program.
CS @ ILLINOIS faculty and students were recognized with several awards at SC13.
CS Professor David Forsyth has been named a Fellow by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
December 8, 2013, marks the 20th anniversary of the first mention of the Mosaic Internet browser in the New York Times.
Dan Roth was named a 2013 Fellow of the Association of Computational Linguistics (ACL).
Illinois researchers have received an NSF grant to study cyber-physical-human systems.