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UT Dallas CS Students Take First Place at Smart Cities Hackathon

Two computer science students from The University of Texas at Dallas recently won a first-place award at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas for their Alexa-based tool that maps safety on the street. Junior Pablo Sarquis Peillard and sophomore Raviteja Lingineni were on a five-member team that developed and built a working model for the interactive […]

Dr. Murat Kantarcioglu Talks to CBS DFW About the Top 5 New Computer Security Threats To Your Personal Information

DALLAS (CBS11) – Even if you try, it’s nearly impossible these days not to have a footprint online, which means everyone is a potential target for hackers looking to steal identities and clean out bank accounts. “We are very vulnerable,” said Dr. Murat Kantarcioglu, a cyber security expert at the University of Texas at Dallas. “Being […]

Computer Science Department Colloquium Series Presents Shuang Hao

When: March 10, 2017 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Where: ECS South 2.102 (TI Auditorium)

COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT COLLOQUIUM SERIES PRESENTS “Data-Driven Techniques Against Cybercrime Operations “  Shuang Hao University of California, Santa Barbara   Abstract Modern day cybercrime has become a heavy burden on the Internet ecosystem and caused[…]

Computer Science Department Colloquium Series Presents Zhou Li

When: March 7, 2017 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Where: ECS South 2.102 (TI Auditorium)

COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT COLLOQUIUM SERIES PRESENTS “Hunting Cyber Crime: From Code to Infrastructure “  Zhou Li Research Scientist RSA Labs   Abstract The technological progress in today’s Internet not only fosters a booming industry, but[…]

Spring 2017 Intern Fair Attracts Top High-Tech Companies

Twice a year the Industrial Practice Programs (IPP) for the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering & Computer Science and the UT Dallas Career Center work together to hold the biannual Intern Fair for UT Dallas Computer Science and Engineering students where companies are invited to recruit students for internship positions. These two groups also work […]

The UT Dallas Computing Scholars Program Student Internship Success Stories: Shayan Monadjemi

Shayan Monadjemi is a junior in the CS2 program. In 2016, he participated in the Smart Environments REU Program at Washington State University (WSU) and helped develop an algorithm for discovering and maintaining a list of frequent and interesting patterns occurring in a collection of graphs. Such an algorithm can be applied to many different […]

The UT Dallas Computing Scholars Program Student Internship Success Stories: Karan Shukla

Karan Shukla is a junior who, last summer, interned in the IBM Extreme Blue project in Austin Texas. This is an extremely selective program that expects from participants high levels of determination, research potential, and excellent communications and interpersonal skills. His work there was extremely well received and he will be returning to IBM in the summer of […]

The UT Dallas Computing Scholars Program Student Internship Success Stories: Amber Hasan

Amber Hasan is a senior in CS2 Program. She has spent two summers interning at USAA learning about and developing products in an Agile Environment. Her work includes the development of Android applications. She writes about the way that code-reviews and production-reviews operate at USAA. Amber holds a black belt in Taekwondo and is an instructor […]

Computer Science Department Colloquium Series Presents Hui Lin

When: March 3, 2017 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Where: ECS South 2.102 TI Auditorium

COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT COLLOQUIUM SERIES PRESENTS “Detection and Prevention of Intrusions in Power Systems’ Cyber-Physical Infrastructure “  Hui Lin University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Abstract In recent years, adversaries show the high intelligence to perform[…]

TechCrunch, Forbes, Dallas Innovates Cover Innovative App Built By UT Dallas CS Students

Via Dallas Innovates by Nicholas Sakelaris – Whether it’s buying a rare comic, connecting with fellow comic fans or finding out about nearby events, nerds have a new online hangout called Cosmunity that just hit the app stores today. Developed in Dallas by former University of Texas at Dallas students, the app fills a void in […]

Computer Science Department Colloquium Series Presents Shiyi Wei

When: March 1, 2017 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Where: ECS South 2.102 TI Auditorium

COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT COLLOQUIUM SERIES PRESENTS “Towards Practical Program Analysis: Introspection and Adaptation “  Shiyi Wei University of Maryland, College Park Abstract Software is ubiquitous. As its importance grows, the mistakes made by programmers have[…]

Computer Science Department Colloquium Series Presents Kyle Fox

When: February 28, 2017 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Where: ECS South 2.102 TI Auditorium

COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT COLLOQUIUM SERIES PRESENTS “Algorithms for Geometric Data Analysis “  Kyle Fox Duke University Abstract Rapid advances in sensing technologies and the increasing ubiquity of computing in peoples’ lives have led to new[…]

Computer Science Department Colloquium Series Presents Damien Octeau

When: February 20, 2017 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Where: ECS South 2.102 TI Auditorium

COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT COLLOQUIUM SERIES PRESENTS “Probabilistic Inference of Inter-Component Communication in Mobile Applications “  Damien Octeau Google Abstract Knowing how the components of mobile applications interact is a prerequisite to many security analyses. However,[…]

Computer Science Department Colloquium Series Presents Yingyu Liang

When: February 16, 2017 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Where: ECS South 2.102 TI Auditorium

COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT COLLOQUIUM SERIES PRESENTS “Modern Machine Learning: New Challenges and Foundations”  Yingyu Liang Princeton University Abstract Machine learning has recently achieved great empirical success. This comes along with new challenges, such as sophisticated[…]

Dr. Inga Musselman Starts The 2017 Grace Series With A Talk Titled “It’s A Beautiful Life”

The UT Dallas Computer Science’s Grace Series ushered in the new year with UT Dallas’ very own, Dr. Inga H. Musselman, Interim Provost for the University of Texas at Dallas and a distinguished professor of chemistry. On January 24th, Dr. Inga Musselman’s Grace Series talk titled, “It’s a Beautiful Life,” brought in a room full […]

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