Last spring, a major component of "Autonomous Vehicles in AI" was for students to write software for driverless vehicles provided by AutonomouStuff.
Teaching Professors Mattox Beckman and Geoffrey Herman have each been awarded campus grants funding pilot projects aimed at improving teaching tools and methods.
The CS @ ILLINOIS ACM ICPC team had its best finish at the World Finals since 2009, completing four problems.
CS @ ILLINOIS doctoral student Shadi Noghabi is one of the 12 winners chosen from U.S. and Canadian universities for the new Microsoft Research Dissertation Grant program.
In the fall of 2016, CS @ ILLINOIS welcomed the most gender-diverse class of freshman in its history. What is the CS @ ILLINOIS undergraduate experience like?
Doctoral students Motahhare Eslami and Jingbo Shang have each won a Google PhD Fellowship.
Reading supportive comments, “likes” and private messages from social media friends prior to taking a test may help college students who have high levels of test-anxiety.
“The Quintessential Engineer,” a new, life-sized statue honoring women in engineering, will be officially unveiled and dedicated on Friday, April 28.
The work, led by PhD student Monowar Hasan and Research Assistant Professor Sibin Mohan, won Best Paper Award at the 2016 Real-Time Systems Symposium.
This year's annual student-run event promoted open source software along with creative projects and networking.