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Professor Russell Inducted into the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering

The Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering recently announced their list of Scientist and Engineer inductees for 2017. Congratulations to Dr. Alexander C. Russell, Professor and Director of the graduate program, for this honorable lifetime achievement. Dr. Russell’s research includes cryptography, quantum computing, electronic voting technology,   survivable distributed information and computational systems. As a co-director of […]

Published: March 1, 2017

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Gift to the Computer Science Program

We would like to thank Dr. Robert A. Ravenscroft Jr. and Ms. Anne F. DelSanto-Ravenscroft for their generous contribution to the Computer Science Program. This gift helps support students to become leaders, problem solvers, and innovators who will shape our future.  Our students are especially grateful for your support as the cost of an excellent […]

Published: February 20, 2017

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Gift to the Computer Science Program

We would like to thank Drs. Frances and John Morse for your generous contribution to the Computer Science Program. This gift helps support students to become leaders, problem solvers, and innovators who will shape our future.  Our students are especially grateful for your support as the cost of an excellent engineering education continues to rise each […]

Published: February 20, 2017

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Gift to the Fred J. Maryanski Memorial Fund for Computer Science

A special thank you to Karen Maryanski for your generous gift to the Fred J. Maryanski Memorial Fund for Computer Science. Your financial contribution provides scholarship support to undergraduate and graduate UConn students majoring in computer science, computer science & engineering and computer engineering. Your financial contribution have given our students the freedom to explore a […]

Published: February 20, 2017

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Gift to the Fred J. Maryanski Memorial Fund for Computer Science

A special thank you to David and Ashley Maryanski for your generous gift to the Fred J. Maryanski Memorial Fund for Computer Science. Your financial contribution provides scholarship support to undergraduate and graduate UConn students majoring in computer science, computer science & engineering and computer engineering. Your financial contribution have given our students the freedom to […]

Published: February 20, 2017

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Outstanding Undergraduate Students Receive Academic Awards

On December 7th, seventy seniors were recognized for their stellar academic performance in Computer Science & Engineering, Computer Science, and Computer Engineering.  The special event was hosted by the Department Head, Alexander Schwarzmann, who presented the awards to this select group of students with the highest grade point average. Congratulations to all of you for […]

Published: January 15, 2017

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Understanding Horizontal Gene Transfer in Bacteria and Archaea: Units of Transfer and Modes of Integration

Professor Bansal is leading a research project, recently funded by the NSF, to develop new computational methods for studying Horizontal Gene Transfer (HGT) in microbes. HGT is known to be one of the most important drivers of microbial evolution and an improved understanding of this evolutionary process is critical to understanding how microbes evolve, adapt, […]

Published: January 10, 2017

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Gift to The Cigna Graduate Assistant Fund for Computer Sciences

We would like to thank Mr. Nicholas Wagner once again for his generous contribution to The Cigna Graduate Assistant Fund for Computer Sciences to establish graduate assistantships. Graduate assistants divide their full-time efforts between study and assistantship responsibilities. The support shown by Nicholas enables our students to become leaders, problem solvers, and innovators who will […]

Published: December 20, 2016

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Link to CSE 30th Anniversary Colloquium Speaker Ran Canetti’s presentation

Title: Program Obfuscation:  A Brave New World Abstract: Program obfuscation is the art of writing programs in a way that renders the code unintelligible even to parties that can run it. Long the exclusive domain of heuristics and “programming tricks,” program obfuscation has recently taken the cryptographic community by storm. Indeed, the concept was shown […]

Published: December 7, 2016

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Keys to migitating the problem of a shortage of cybersecurity professionals

Daniel Conroy, Synchrony Financial CISO, discusses the shortage of cybersecurity professionals, proposes some steps for mitigating the problem, and mentions the UConn/Synchrony partnership of Synchrony Financial Center of Excellence in Cybersecurity in this article : How to Unlock Cybersecurity Talent

Published: December 7, 2016

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UConn hosts 3rd annual CyberSEED conference

The University of Connecticut’s Comcast Center of Excellence for Security Innovation recently hosted CyberSEED 2016. Speakers from around the country shared perspectives on cybersecurity issues and the importance of strengthening online defenses in vital areas.  Complete article is here.

Published: November 4, 2016

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UConn Establishes Synchrony Financial Center of Excellence in Cybersecurity

We are delighted to announce that UConn, with the investment of $2.2 million over the next five years from Synchrony Financial, is establishing the Synchrony Financial Center of Excellence in Cybersecurity.  Through its partnership with UConn, Synchrony Financial will provide an endowment for a Synchrony Financial Chair in Cybersecurity to advance education and research in […]

Published: October 18, 2016

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Phillip Bradford speaks at the First Northeast JavaScript Conference, Future of Software Panel

Future of Software Panel at the First Northeast JavaScript Conference, Stamford, CT 2016-09-15. Panelists: Jeff Fox, Ed Faulkner, Phil Bradford, Prabal Ghosh, Isaac Sacolick We were given this sentence a few days in advance: “Wired magazine: the future software developers won’t need ‘code’ per se.” Phillip G. Bradford’s Discussion Position The demand for coding or […]

Published: October 5, 2016

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REGISTER NOW for CyberSEED 2016

Emerging Cybersecurity Trends in Cloud, IoT and Beyond, October 10-11, 2016, at UConn Hosted by the Comcast Center of Excellence for Security Innovation at the University of Connecticut (CSI), CyberSEED brings together top information security professionals and business leaders to discuss emerging cybersecurity trends and formulate best strategies for tackling current and future threats. In […]

Published: October 3, 2016

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Graduate Students Compete in CS Trivia Game

The Computer Science and Engineering department welcomed its new graduate students for the fall semester.  Students and faculty got to know each other over ice cream from the UConn Dairy Bar and a rousing game of computer science trivia.  Graduate students formed teams and answered computer science trivia.  Questions ranged from the basic, such as […]

Published: September 20, 2016

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CT Skills Challenge Programming Contest

DIRECT REGISTRATION LINK IS HERE: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1x8EsmrnqsPvrwSBCfC3Fr0OZ1Ycq4v2sxtgKdo692LQ/viewform?c=0&w=1 PREPARE FOR THE CT SKILLS CHALLENGE http://www.cse.uconn.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/PreparefortheCTSkillsChallenge.pdf          

Published: September 12, 2016

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Gift to The Cigna Graduate Assistant Fund for Computer Sciences

We would like to thank Mr. Nicholas Wagner for his generous contribution to The Cigna Graduate Assistant Fund for Computer Sciences to establish two graduate assistantships. Graduate assistants divide their full-time efforts between study and assistantship responsibilities. The support shown by Nicholas enables our students to become leaders, problem solvers, and innovators who will shape […]

Published: September 1, 2016

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Professors Khan and Gokhale Receive Air Force Office of Scientific Research Grant

Congratulations to Professor Mohammad Maifi Khan and Professor Swapna Gokhale for receiving an Air Force Office of Scientific Research grant entitled: Performance Analysis and Diagnosis of Cloud-based DDDAS Applications. This project focuses on optimal resource allocation, tuning and troubleshooting of system performance in cloud settings, especially for DDDAS applications, which can be challenging for several […]

Published: August 20, 2016

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Professor McCartney Receives Best Paper Award

Robert McCartney was recognized along with seven other authors for his outstanding work on his paper, A Multi-institutional Study of Peer Instruction in Introductory Computing. Peer Instruction (PI) is a student-centric pedagogy in which students move from the role of passive listeners to active participants in the classroom. Over the past five years, there have […]

Published: July 20, 2016

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Hacking 101: UConn students crack codes for the greater good

In 2015, 288,012 complaints of internet crime resulting in $1,070,711,522 in financial losses were reported to the Internet Crime Complaint Center of the Federal Bureau of Investigation[i]. A staggering 80% of the claims came from the United States. The daunting task of staying ahead of hackers has led to a full-on cyber war across hardware […]

Published: June 8, 2016

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Dr. Khan Co-Chairs Symposium

Professor Mohammad Maifi Khan will be serving as the Tutorials and Workshops Co-Chair at the Twelfth Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS 2016). This is a premier conference that focuses on usable privacy and security research and brings together an interdisciplinary group of researchers and practitioners in human computer interaction, security, and privacy.

Published: May 4, 2016

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Bing Wang selected as a 2016 Women of Innovation honorees by the Connecticut Technology Council.

The CSE department is happy to announce that Prof. Bing Wang has been selected as one of the 2016 Women of Innovation honorees by the Connecticut Technology Council. The selection was made by a panel of judges from over 200 nominees. The Women of Innovation® Awards recognizes women accomplished in science, technology, engineering and math and […]

Published: April 27, 2016

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CSE Student Ashley Dumaine Runner-Up as Top Intern of the Year

Our congratulations to Ashley Dumaine (’16) for being recognized as the runner up for the top intern of the year. Ashley interned at Google in New York City and she also had the opportunity to spend time at Google’s Mountain View California headquarters. Dumaine has been acknowledged for her work with Google as a software/site reliability […]

Published: April 27, 2016

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ME Student Minoring in Computer Science Designs Prosthetic Limb

Stephen Hawes ’17 (Mechanical Engineering) had started working with Arduino kits in an introductory computer science and engineering class taught by Professor Jeffrey Meunier. Arduino boards are small circuit boards that can be programmed to control things – like turning a light on and off – based on input received from sensors. Hawes, who is […]

Published: April 20, 2016

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Google offers Women in Tech travel grants to 2 EUR conferences

  As part of Google’s ongoing commitment to encourage women to excel in computing and technology, we are pleased to offer Women in Tech Travel and Conference Grants to attend HITBSECCONF2016 – AMSTERDAM <http://conference.hitb.org/hitbsecconf2016ams/   We are offering 3 grants, which include: Free registration for the conference Up to 1000 EUR towards travel costs (to […]

Published: April 15, 2016

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Mukul Bansal Receives NSF CAREER Award

The Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program is a Foundation-wide activity that offers the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious awards in support of junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research, excellent education and the integration of education and research within the context of the mission of their organizations. Dr. Bansal was […]

Published: April 14, 2016

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Translating DNA Information to Help Predict Risk of Disease

Knowing how our bodies are genetically composed is extremely important to keeping ourselves healthy. The ability to translate DNA information into a quantitative prediction of the risk to disease or observed phenotype is critical. Professor Jinbo Bi is currently leading a project collaborating with Professor Sanguthevar Rajasekaran entitled A High Performance Computing Foundation to Whole-Genome […]

Published: April 4, 2016

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Attention students! CTC Skills Challenge Internship and Job Fair 4/2

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Published: March 22, 2016

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Accolades for CSE Alumna

Dr. Heidi Ellis, UConn CSE Ph.D 1994 and Professor of Computer Science and Information Technology at Western New England University is the recipient of several recent awards. Business Insider Magazine – 26 of the most powerful female Engineers in 2016 Finalist for Red Hat “Women in Open Source” Award. Please support our graduates and vote for […]

Published: February 29, 2016

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David Etim: Ph.D. Candidate, Recipient of 2016 NNSA Graduate Fellowship

David Etim, a CSE doctoral student, was recently awarded a National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Graduate Fellowship.  The full-time salaried fellowship program sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy is for highly motivated graduate-level students interested in a career in nuclear security. As reported by UConn Today, David has a strong interest in data analytics as […]

Published: February 17, 2016

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Dr. Nabavi Receives NIH Pathway to Independence Award

Congratulations to Professor Sheida Nabavi for receiving a NIH Pathway to Independence Award for her project entitled: Novel Integrative Method to Detect Biomarkers of Breast Cancer Resistance. As stated in her abstract, “Triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC) is defined by the lack of expression of estrogen receptor, progesterone receptor, and human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 […]

Published: February 17, 2016

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Academic Awards Presented to Stellar Undergraduate Students

On December 9th, forty three seniors were recognized for their superior academic performance in Computer Science & Engineering, Computer Science, and Computer Engineering.  The special event was hosted by the Department Head, Alexander Schwarzmann, who presented the awards to this distinguished group of gifted students. During the event, Professor Schwarzmann stated, “You are amongst the […]

Published: January 12, 2016

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Professor Wang Elected To Journal Editorial Board

Dr. Fei Wang was appointed as an Action Editor to the Editorial Board of The Journal of Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery based on his extensive knowledge and research accomplishments in the field of Data Mining. The Editorial Board is a very honorable position where the board member is nominated by the current Editorial Board […]

Published: January 7, 2016

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Dr. Sheehy Awarded Two NSF/CISE/Directorate Grants Totaling $514,000

Assistant Professor Donald Sheehy was recently awarded two NSF/CISE/Directorate Grants for his research entitled, “CRII: AF: Principled Divide-and-Conquer for Topological Algorithms” and “AF:SMALL: Homological Methods for Big Enough Data”. These grants address fundamental questions in the growing field of Topological Data Analysis (TDA). Topology is the mathematical study of shape.  In many data sets, the […]

Published: November 24, 2015

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Gift to the Taylor L. Booth Scholarship Fund

We would like to thank Robert and Deanne Glorioso for their generous contribution to the Taylor L. Booth Scholarship Fund. This gift helps support students to become leaders, problem solvers, and innovators who will shape our future.  In 2016, UConn Engineering turns 100! We celebrate a legacy of education and innovation that has been made […]

Published: November 19, 2015

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CT Skills Challenge Programming Contest

The Connecticut Skills Challenge connects talented, tech savvy students to Connecticut’s hottest technology companies. UConn Students, Please register on this page AND at the CT Technology Council site. http://www.ct.org/signature-event/connecticut-skills-challenge If you are a human and are seeing this field, please leave it blank. Fields marked with a * are required First Name * Last Name […]

Published: November 17, 2015

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Dr. Michel Elected President of the ACP

We are happy to announce that Professor Laurent Michel was elected as the President of the Association for Constraint Programming for a three year term starting in 2015. Election results can be viewed here: http://www.a4cp.org/election-results/2014/09/2014-election-results. Prior to this appointment, Dr. Michel was selected to serve on the ACP Executive Committee. The Association for Constraint Programming […]

Published: November 16, 2015

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Dr. Ammar named as Chairman of EMC Project Competition

Professor Reda Ammar has been selected as the chairman of the steering committee for the EMC Project Competition, a part of the EMC Academic Alliance in the Middle East and Africa for 2015-2016. The objective of this design contest is to strengthen EMC’s relationship with the top universities in the region, in addition to creating […]

Published: October 21, 2015

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CS&E Welcome Two New Faculty Members

The Computer Science & Engineering Department is pleased to announce the addition of two new faculty members for the fall of 2015 academic term. Their substantial academic credentials and experience will strengthen our competitive program. Sheida Nabavi received her Ph.D. in December 2008 from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Carnegie Mellon University, where […]

Published: October 20, 2015

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UConn’s Comcast Center of Excellence for Security Innovation Hosts 2015 CyberSEED Cybersecurity Challenge – Register by September 18th

The University of Connecticut, home to the Comcast Center of Excellence for Security Innovation (CSI), and Comcast, one of the nation’s largest video, high-speed Internet and phone providers, are sponsoring their second annual Cybersecurity, Education & Diversity Challenge (CyberSEED) conference Oct. 29-30 at UConn’s main campus in Storrs, CT. Further information is here.

Published: September 16, 2015

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Culture @ Google, Career Paths, Site Reliability & Recruiting, 9/3/15

Hello UConn students! Google’s mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. It’s an enormous goal to accomplish and we need great people to help us achieve it! We invite you to come learn about Google and meet some of our Googlers at this exciting event! Who: All Computer […]

Published: August 31, 2015

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Senior Design Projects Hallmark Success of CS&E Students

A capstone project is required for all CSE and CS majors where students embark on a realistic project taking it from requirements analysis to design, implementation, testing and production release. Each project is staffed by a team of 3-6 students working under the guidance of a faculty advisor. Projects will employ either waterfall or agile […]

Published: July 30, 2015

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Professor Demurjian receives STTR Grant

Sonalysts, Inc., founded in CT in 1973 has received a Phase II Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grant on “Secure Efficient Cross-Domain Protocols” in the amount of $737K from the Department of Defense, Air Force. The project is sponsored by the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) as a follow on the Phase I STTR.   […]

Published: June 25, 2015

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CSE Faculty and Staff Honored at 2015 Employee Recognition Breakfast

Several members of the Computer Science & Engineering Department celebrated service anniversaries and were honored at a recent Employee Recognition Breakfast including Reda Ammar and Howard Ellis for 30 years of service, Alexander Russell for 15 years of service, and Jerry Shi for 10 years of service. We truly appreciate their accomplishments that have contributed […]

Published: May 26, 2015

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ISBRA ’15 Co-chaired by Dr. Mandoiu

Professor Ion Mandoiu is the program co-chair for the 11th International Symposium on Bioinformatics Research and Applications (ISBRA 2015), to be held on June 7-10 at the Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. The International Symposium on Bioinformatics Research and Applications (ISBRA) provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and results among researchers, developers, […]

Published: May 21, 2015

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Dr. Peters Wins International Election as Chair of SIAG-GD

Tom Peters, Professor of Computer Science and Engineering and Professor of Mathematics, has won an international election to serve a two year term as the Chair of the SIAM Activity Group on Geometric Design (SIAG-GD).  The SIAG-GD is concerned with the mathematical and computational issues that arise in generating and processing geometric information for various […]

Published: April 17, 2015

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VoTeR Center Develops Technological Requirements for Electronic Poll Book Systems

VoTeR Center Develops Technological Requirements for Electronic Poll Book Systems Under the direction of Professor and Department Head, Alexander Schwarzmann, the VoTeR Center advises state agencies in the use of voting technologies and investigates voting solutions and equipment to develop and recommend for their use in elections. Recently, Secretary of the State Denise Merrill announced […]

Published: April 16, 2015

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Dr. Michel Program Chair of CPAIOR 2015

Laurent Michel is the Program Chair of the Twelfth International Conference on Integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Operations Research (OR) techniques in Constraint Programming (CP). The conference will be in Barcelona Spain in May. The aim of the conference series is to bring together interested researchers from constraint programming, artificial intelligence and operations research to […]

Published: April 15, 2015

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Professor Bing Wang and Others Develop Mobile App for Depression Screening

It’s common to hear complaints about our near-constant connection to our smart phones, but UConn researchers believe they can use the ubiquity of these devices to better screen for depression. Depression is an affliction that affects 350 million people worldwide, and one of the most crucial issues for mental health workers is detecting it in […]

Published: April 1, 2015

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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 Integrative Approach to Identifying Highly Heritable Subtypes of Complex Phenotypes”. Many complex phenotypes are defined using low-level phenotypic features and are substantially heterogeneous.  Current statistical […]

Published: March 25, 2015

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Dr. Jinbo Bi receives $1.12M NIH R01 Grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse

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”. Dr. Bi, the Principal Investigator of the research grant covering four […]

Published: March 18, 2015

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Gift to the Bentley Systems Inc. Scholarship

We would like to thank Bentley Systems Inc. for their generous gift to the Bentley Systems Incorporated Scholarship. Now, more than ever, the UConn Community is grateful for your support.Your financial contributions have given our students the freedom to explore a variety of rewarding opportunities academically and in the research arena.  Our students are especially […]

Published: February 26, 2015

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Gift to the CS&E Department

We would like to thank Dr. Robert Ravenscroft Jr. and Ms. Anne DelSanto-Ravenscroft for their generous gift to the UConn Computer Science & Engineering Department. Now, more than ever, the UConn Community is grateful for your support.Your financial contributions have given our students the freedom to explore a variety of rewarding opportunities academically and in […]

Published: February 26, 2015

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Gift to the Fred J. Maryanski Memorial Fund for Computer Science

A special thanks to Mr. & Mrs. David and Ashley Maryanski for their generous gift to the Fred J. Maryanski Memorial Fund for Computer Science.  The UConn Community is grateful for your  support.Your financial contributions have given our students the freedom to explore a variety of rewarding opportunities academically and in the research arena.  Our students […]

Published: February 10, 2015

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Professor Schwarzmann Co-Chairs the Symposium on Stabilization, Safety, and Security of Distributed Systems

Professor Schwarzmann 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 Stabilization, Safety, and Security of Distributed Systems is an international forum for researchers and practitioners working on the design and development of distributed systems that guarantee […]

Published: February 4, 2015

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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 solving hard combinatorial optimization problems at the heart of many industrial applications including resource allocation, scheduling, planning, manufacturing as well as verification. According to the Society’s website, […]

Published: January 7, 2015

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Recent gifts to Taylor L. Booth Scholarship Fund

A special thank you to Robert and Deanne Glorioso and Cheryl A. Wiecek for your generous gift to the Taylor L. Booth Scholarship Fund. Your financial contributions have given our students the freedom to explore a variety of rewarding opportunities academically and in the research arena. Our students are especially grateful for your support as […]

Published: December 16, 2014

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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 Northeast Project Award. Congratulations to Professors Mark Tehranipoor and John Chandy from Electrical and Computing Engineering, and Professors Laurent Michel and Jerry Shi from Computer […]

Published: December 12, 2014

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Anthony W. DeSio Endowed Fellowship in Computer Science Engineering

Due to the generous gift from The Anthony W. DeSio and Delores J. DeSio Foundation, a scholarship has been created in our department entitled the “Anthony W. DeSio Endowed Fellowship in Computer Science Engineering”. The scholarship support (“fellowship(s)”) is designated for graduate students enrolled full-time in the Computer Science & Engineering Program with academic achievement […]

Published: December 4, 2014

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CSE Colloquium: Wenlong Zhang

A wireless human motion monitoring system: from mechatronics to rehabilitation Wenlong Zhang, UC Berkeley 1pm Friday, Nov 21, 2014 in ITEB 336 Our society is witnessing an unprecedent, enduring, and pervasive aging process. Aging not only contributes to integrative challenges to memory, balance, and mobility for healthy subjects, but also leads to degenerative conditions of the musculoskeletal […]

Published: November 18, 2014

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Professor Meunier Receives Faculty of the Year Award

Professor Jeff Meunier was awarded the Faculty of the Year Award given by the Alpha Lambda Delta (ALD) Honor Society. This is a unique award since students nominate and vote for their favorite professors. The society has been honoring faculty with this award for the past five years. Jeff was nominated by his student, Andrew […]

Published: November 13, 2014

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Bionformatics Researchers Develop Personalized Cancer Vaccines

Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) Associate Professor Ion Mandoiu is a co-principal investigator with Dr. Pramod Srivastava, director of the Carole and Ray Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center at UConn Health, on a study leading to the development of a new approach to treating cancer by harnessing the power of the patient’s own immune system. The […]

Published: October 30, 2014

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Colloquium with B. Gracy – VP of Pitney Bowes

  CSE Colloquium with Bernie Gracy-VP of Pitney Bowes  Join us on Thursday, November 6th from 4-5pm in ITE 336 for a seminar with Bernie Gracy, Pitney Bowes Vice President of Strategy and Digital Commerce Solutions. He will be visiting CSE from 3-6pm.  Bernie is a UCONN CSE alumnus. He will give a talk spanning […]

Published: October 29, 2014

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Satyan Devadoss: Origami Folding and Evolutionary Trees

Origami Folding and Evolutionary Trees Satyan Devadoss 11am Saturday, Nov 1, 2014  Laurel Hall 101 In the past 25 years, origami has seen a tremendous explosion, in the arts, the sciences, and in technology.  The mathematical theory of origami, in many ways, is at its infancy.  There is a simple relationship between origami folds and […]

Published: October 29, 2014

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UConn Hosts Computational Geometry Workshop

The 24th Fall Workshop on Computational Geometry will be held at UConn on Oct 31 – Nov 1, 2014. CSE Faculty Don Sheehy and Tom Peters are on the program committee with Sheehy chairing the committee. The event will bring researcher in computational geometry and related fields from all over the world. Following the tradition […]

Published: October 25, 2014

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CSE Colloquium: Jon Bentley

Selecting Data for Experiments: Past, Present and Future Jon Bentley October 31, 2014 at 11am at the Dodd Research Center Auditorium (Storrs Campus)  This talk describes three different kinds of data that algorithm designers use to test their implementations.  Selecting input data for past problems typically involves scholarship to assemble existing data and ingenuity to […]

Published: October 22, 2014

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CSE Colloquium: Omkant Pandey

Deterministic Encryption Beyond Search Queries 11am, October 24, 2014 in ITEB 336 In deterministic public-key encryption (D-PKE), the encryption function is deterministic so that there is a unique ciphertext for every plaintext. This property makes D-PKE attractive to several applications, particularly those where binary search over encrypted data is critical. However, it also means that […]

Published: October 15, 2014

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Cybersecurity, Education & Diversity Challenge Week

  CYBERSEED EVENT EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS! – Post event article here. October 20-21, 2014 The Comcast Center of Excellence for Security Innovation (CSI) is sponsoring the first-ever CyberSEED: Cybersecurity, Education & Diversity Challenge Week. Keynote addresses and sessions from academic, government, and industry leaders Awareness presentations on cybercrime, malware, and evolving threats Networking and recruiting opportunities […]

Published: October 15, 2014

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Special ECE/CSE Seminar: Subbarao Kambhampati

Challenges of Human-in-the-Loop Planning & Decision Support  Subbarao Kambhampati Arizona State University October 21, 11am, ITEB 336   Abstract: Endowing  an automated agent with  the ability to “plan” — i.e., convert its high-level goals into an executable course of action — has been a long-standing quest in Artificial Intelligence.  For much of the history of […]

Published: October 15, 2014

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Mind-controlled Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)

Ashley Dumaine, an honors student studying Computer Science & Engineering (CSE), is making herself known in the world of technology. She demonstrated her independent study project titled “Mind-Controlled Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)” at Connecticut’s Invention Convention, and caught the eye of writer Erick Royer of MultiRotor Pilot Magazine.  In the article on page 26 and […]

Published: September 30, 2014

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Professor Rajasekaran and others receive 1.2M NSF grant for Big Data analysis

Advances in technology have allowed researchers to produce a huge amount of data in a short amount of time. Making any meaningful sense of this information in a timely manner is the next step in “big data.” With a $1.2 million NSF grant, Sanguthevar Rajasekaran, Director of the Booth Engineering Center for Advanced Technologies, and […]

Published: September 14, 2014

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$500K NSF Grant Awarded to Dr. Bing Wang, UConn Health Center

Dr. Bing Wang, an associate professor of Computer Science & Engineering, was awarded a grant for close to $500,000 for her project proposed to the National Science Foundation, “Campus Cyberinfrastructure – Network Infrastructure and Engineering Program (CC-NIE), Network Infrastructure: Enabling Data-Intensive Research at the University of Connecticut through Science Demilitarized Zone (DMZ)”. A demilitarized zone, […]

Published: July 31, 2014

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First Large-Scale Open Testbed In The Nation For Underwater Networks

An interdisciplinary team of researchers from UConn and three partnering universities is developing a suite of open underwater network testbeds that will be demonstrated along the U.S. East, West and Gulf Coasts, where water quality data will be continuously collected and transmitted to on-shore labs.  The devices can be outfitted with a variety of sensing […]

Published: March 14, 2013

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