Eight outstanding new faculty members are joining CS @ ILLINOIS during the next academic year. In total, thirty-six talented teachers and researchers have joined the department since 2013.
Kloeckner looks to create better, more versatile solvers for elliptic PDEs in order to improve large-scale simulations.
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.
Professor Sarita Adve joins DARPA's ISAT Study Group: 30 scientists and engineers who are helping to identify future directions for computer and communications research.
CS @ ILLINOIS is deeply saddened to note the passing of Professor Emeritus and former Associate Department Head William Kubitz.
Professor Sheldon H. Jacobson has been honored with the David F. Baker Distinguished Research Award, recognizing his lifetime achievements in industrial engineering.
Assistant Professor Edgar Solomonik was one of two winners of the Householder Prize XX, which recognizes the best dissertation in numerical linear algebra.
Professor Bill Gropp, the Thomas M. Siebel Chair in Computer Science, has been named Director of the National Center for Supercomputing Applications.
Illinois researchers are looking to speed up the materials-to-device process through a novel framework called 4CeeD.