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The Grace Series Kicks Off The Fall’16 Series With IBM Distinguished Engineer And Master Inventor, Romelia H. Flores

The Grace Series kicked off the new fall 2016 semester on September 14th with guest speaker, Romelia H. Flores, an IBM distinguished engineer and IBM Master Inventor. Romelia’s Grace Series talk brought in a full room of eager UT Dallas CS/SE students who wished to learn more about her journey as a leader and female […]

CS Professor, Dr. Ryan McMahan Comments on How Virtual Reality is Gaining Traction in Healthcare Industry

Via The Huffington Post – Before carrying out a neurosurgery procedure, Dr. Neil Martin and his team at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center take a test drive through the patient’s brain. Using a controller, the team zooms around blood vessels, navigating the brain’s complex architecture to examine all angles of a tumor or pinpoint […]

Dr. Cong Liu and his PhD student, Zheng Dong, have three papers accepted into IEEE RTSS’16

UT Dallas Computer Science professor and expert in the field of Real-Time Systems, Dr. Cong Liu, recently had three papers accepted into the 2016 IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS). Two of the papers that were accepted had Zheng Dong, his PhD student, as the first author. Each year RTSS accepts between 20 to 30 papers, […]

Gil Popilski, CS Sophomore, Crowned Co-Champion at the 117th US Open Chess Tournament

Via UT Dallas News Center – UT Dallas chess team player and Grandmaster Gil Popilski was crowned co-champion at the 117th annual U.S. Open after tying for first at 8-1 with Grandmaster Alex Shabalov. The tournament, held July 30-Aug. 7 in Indianapolis, included 389 competitors. Twenty-two of them were either grandmasters, the highest rank in chess, or […]

IPP Resume and Career Fair Prep Workshop

When: September 2, 2016 @ 11:00 am
Where: TI Auditorium (ECSS 2.102), 800 W Campbell Rd, Richardson, TX 75080, USA

Learn how to have a resume that will catch an employer’s eye. Perfect your elevator speech and prepare for the upcoming intern fair. Now is the time to update your resume and LinkedIn profile with information[…]

IPP Resume and Career Fair Prep Workshop

When: September 2, 2016 @ 1:30 pm
Where: TI Auditorium (ECSS 2.102), 800 W Campbell Rd, Richardson, TX 75080, USA

Learn how to have a resume that will catch an employer’s eye. Perfect your elevator speech and prepare for the upcoming intern fair. Now is the time to update your resume and LinkedIn profile with information[…]

Computer Engineering Colloquium – “Breach-free Sleep-Wake Up Scheduling for Barrier Coverage” with Prof. Ding-Zhu Du of Computer Science/Computer Engineering

When: August 31, 2016 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Where: Osborne Conference Room (ECSS 3.503), 800 W Campbell Rd, Richardson, TX 75080, USA

Please join us Wednesday, August 31 at 4:00pm in ECSS 3.503 Osborne Conference Room for the first in a series of Computer Engineering Colloquia. Dr. Ding-Zhu Du, Professor of Computer Science/CE, will present a discussion[…]

CS Dept. Colloquium Talk Featuring Dr. Mohammad Kaykobad

When: August 12, 2016 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Where: UT Dallas TI Auditorium – ECS South 2.102, 800 W Campbell Rd, Richardson, TX 75080, USA

August 12th, 2016 the Computer Science Department will be having a Computer Science Department Colloquium talk located in ECS South 2.102 TI Auditorium at 12:00pm. The speaker is Dr. Mohammad Kaykobad, Department of Computer Science[…]

NBC DFW – Cybersecurity Expert Says Reason to be Concerned About Both DNC Hack and Donald Trump Challenge to Hacker

Via NBC DFW News – As investigators look into a hack of Democratic National Committee emails, and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump seemed to issue a challenge to the hackers Wednesday, a North Texas cybersecurity expert said there is reason for concern on both fronts. “This is very worrying,” said Dr. Bhavani Thuraisingham, a cybersecurity expert […]

Medical Tech Company, Aprima, relocating 250-employee headquarters to Richardson

Via The Dallas Morning News – A medical tech company now located in Carrollton is moving its headquarters to Richardson. Aprima Medical Software Inc. said Monday that it will locate in a 55,000-square-foot office at 1010 E. Arapaho Road in Richardson. The company plans to move about 250 workers into the building starting next month. […]

Q&A Session with Recent Software Engineering PhD Graduate, Dr. Laura Moreno

This past month, Dr. Laura Moreno, a Software Engineering PhD student, successfully completed her PhD under the faculty supervision of Dr. Andrian Marcus. Dr. Moreno interviewed with twelve universities in the US, Canada, and Europe, all of them well-recognized and strong institutions offering doctoral studies in Computer Science. In the end, she chose the Computer […]

CS Student-Run App Eases Job Search

Via UT Dallas Mercury – Students struggling to find summer work will now have better access to jobs and internships, thanks to a new app co-created by a UTD sophomore.  Tyler Hargreaves, a computer science major, co-founded Condecca, a web and mobile platform designed to connect students to job opportunities at partnering companies. The idea for the […]

Codeburners: A 16-Year Old Competitive Coding Club for UT Dallas CS Students

Since its inception over 16-years ago, the Codeburners club has garnered over 500 members while under the supervision of Dr. Ivor Page, the club’s faculty supervisor and a UT Dallas Computer Science Professor of 35 years. The Codeburners is a group of computer science-minded students along with two UT Dallas CS faculty members, Drs. Ivor […]

UT Dallas Computer Science Students Get New Internship Opportunity with State Farm

Via NBC DFW – Computer Science students at University of Texas at Dallas are participating in a new, “remote” internship opportunity with State Farm. “This is a first here at UT Dallas,” said Pete Poorman, a corporate relations manager for UTD. “We are excited about this and we would like to replicate this program with other […]

Dr. McMahan & Other UT Dallas Professors Honored at Convocation for Passion, Commitment to Students

Because of their passion for learning and desire for student success, four UT Dallas instructors recently were honored for their teaching and mentoring accomplishments at the spring Honors Convocation. Dr. Ryan McMahan, assistant professor in the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Scienceand the School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication, received the Provost’s Award for Faculty […]