Professor Jinbo Bi Receives NSF Grant for Phenotype Refinement Research
Dr. Jinbo Bi is leading a team funded by the National Science Foundation to design new algorithms and statistical analytics for refining complex phenotypes. The research grant is entitled, “An Integ. . .
read more | March 25, 2015
Professor Shvartsman Co-Chairs the Symposium on Stabilization, Safety, and Security of Distributed Systems
Professor Shvartsman will Co-Chair the 17th International Symposium on Stabilization, Safety, and Security of Distributed Systems (SSS 2015) to be held in Edmonton, Canada in August. The Symposium on . . .
read more | February 4, 2015
Professor Michel Chairing the Constraint Programming Track for ICS Conference
Professor Laurent Michel is Chairing the Constraint Programming stream for the 2015 INFORMS Computing Society Conference to be held in Richmond Virginia in January. Constraint Programming focuses on s. . .
read more | January 7, 2015
CSI/CHASE Project Wins Final Four Accolade
The UConn Center for Hardware Assurance, Security and Engineering (Chase) and the Comcast Center of Excellence for Security Innovation (CSI) project was one of the final four finalists for the Northea. . .
read more | December 12, 2014
|More Department News|
- 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm, February 16, 2015 – Google Tech Talk and Hiring at Google 101
- 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm, November 21, 2014 – CSE Colloquium: Wenlong Zhang
- N/A, November 15, 2014 – Undergrad TA Application Deadline
- N/A, November 10, 2014 – 1st Annual International Conference on Systems Engineering
- 4:00 pm, November 6, 2014 – Colloquium with Bernie Gracy-VP of Pitney Bowes
- 11:00 am – 12:00 pm, October 31, 2014 – Jon Bentley: Selecting Data for Experiments: Past, Present and Future
Dr. Jinbo Bi receives $1.12M NIH R01 Grant
The Computer Science & Engineering Department is proud to announce that Associate Professor Jinbo Bi recently received a $1.12 million R01 award from the National Institute of Health (NIH) for her project entitled: “Quantitative Methods to Subtype Drug Dependencies and Detect Novel Genetic Variants"