CS @ ILLINOIS has partnered with Coursera to develop a new data science track for the MCS degree program.
Amanda Sopkin, a senior in computer science, has been awarded a Google Generation Scholarship for University Students.
Milos Gligoric (PhD CS ’15) is the 2016 recipient of the ACM SIGSOFT Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award.
CS Professor Bill Gropp co-chaired a National Academies study that guides the NSF’s future directions in advanced computing.
CS researchers to receive $880,000 in NSF funding to to advance scalability for on-chip wireless communications.
CS PhD student Muhammad Naveed has been named the winner of the 2016 Ross J. Martin Award by the College of Engineering.
CS @ ILLINOIS students modified a 3D printer to write initials on cookies for an EOH project.
Three students from CS @ ILLINOIS will represent the department and university at the ICPC World Finals held in Thailand.
At the WCS Spring Awards Banquet, alumna Lynne Thieme advocated for women in technology fields.
ChengXiang Zhai and Steve Herzog were faculty and staff honored for excellence in teaching, mentoring, and advising.
Amelia is a student startup that applies natural language to booking enterprise travel.
CS faculty startup Veriflow has launched with a product to minimize security breaches and impact from network failures.
Xiang Ren received a 2016 Google PhD Fellowship in the Structured Data and Database Management category.
In a recent paper, Sheldon H. Jacobson and his colleagues suggest an alternative policy for Ebola entry screening.
Aditya Parameswaran is co-author of a recently published book that examines crowdsourcing in the high-tech industry.
CS faculty and students were involved in gravitatinal wave research in the 1990s.
Josep Torrellas has been elected to the Computing Research Association (CRA) Board of Directors.
CS senior Jay Bensal has been named a 2016 Knight of St. Patrick, a top honor within the College of Engineering.
An interdisciplinary team that includes CS Associate Professor Derek Hoiem received a Turner Innovation Award.
At HackIllinois 2016, the nation’s top students convened for 36 hours to create mobile apps, websites, or hardware.