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Teaser’16 Holds Its First Annual Conference at the UT Dallas Computer Science Department

This past May marked the inaugural TEASER (TExAs Software Engineering Research) Doctoral Symposium, which took place on campus at the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science at UT Dallas. Drs. Andrian Marcus, Lingming Zhang, both UT Dallas CS Professors, as well as UT Dallas Software Engineering PhD graduate, Laura Moreno, organized the first TEASER Doctoral Symposium. The TEASER (TExAs Software Engineering Research) Doctoral Symposium is […]

CS/SE 2016 Graduates Celebrate at the Biannual UT Dallas CS Graduation Luncheon

This spring a total of 446 computer science and software engineering graduate and undergraduate students graduated from the UT Dallas Computer Science department. To recognize the dedication and hard work of the spring 2016 graduating class, the UT Dallas Computer Science Department hosted their biannual graduation luncheon after the commencement ceremonies with guest speaker Graham Glass, founder, and […]

Creating a CS Job Talk that will Get You Hired

When: May 31, 2016 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Where: TI Auditorium, 800 W Campbell Rd, Richardson, TX 75080, USA

Please join us on Tuesday May 31st at 2:00 in the TI Auditorium, for a demonstration and tutorial on “Creating a CS Job Talk That Will Get You Hired“.  Graduating PhD student Frederico Araujo (supervised[…]

22 Teams Present Their Senior Capstone Projects at the UTDesign Spring’16 CS Expo

Twenty-two teams of senior UT Dallas Computer Science and Software Engineering students gathered on May 6th to present their UTDesign senior capstone projects. In order to graduate, all students in the UT Dallas Computer Science bachelor’s program are required to complete a one-semester, team-oriented capstone UTDesign project during their senior year. These final projects allow students to apply the knowledge that […]

Izuchukwu “Izu” Elechi, Software Engineering 2016 Graduate, Speaks at the CS Commencement Ceremony

For those who could not attend the Spring 2016 UT Dallas Computer Science and Software Engineering Commencement Ceremonies on May 14th, software engineering student Izuchukwu “Izu” Elechi spoke at the first Jonsson School commencement ceremony on the 14th. Below is a transcript of his speech. (Congratulations Izu!) First of all, before I begin, I would […]

UT Dallas CS Partners with the Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship for a Special Track on Software Entrepreneurship

The UT Dallas Computer Science Department in collaboration with the UT Dallas Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IIE), will be offering UT Dallas Computer Science and Software Engineering undergraduate students aiming to venture into software-based startups, the opportunity to enroll in the newly developed Software Launch Track. The Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship exists to […]

Dr. Kantarcioglu and Team Receive Best Application Paper Award at PAKDD’16

This past April, Dr. Murat Kantarcioglu, UT Dallas computer science professor, and Director of the UT Dallas Data Security and Privacy Lab, and one of his team’s research scientists, Dr. Yan Zhou, received the acclaimed Best Application Paper Award from the 20th Pacific Asia Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (PAKDD’16) for their research paper titled, “Modeling Adversarial Learning as Nested Stackelberg […]

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Education Matters: Coding Club – Dr. Veerasamy Discusses Coding Club with Arkansas Matters

Arkansas Matters – More schools are including “coding” in their curriculum, and the students are younger than ever. Nine-year-old Isabelle Visser loves to “play” on the computer, but her classwork is no ordinary game. She is learning how to code! “There’s a bunch of characters and you learn how to speak a different language in […]

WiCyS’16 – Women in Cybersecurity: Reducing the Gender Gap – A Three Part Series

CTOvision – This post is the first in a three part series on the Women in Cybersecurity Conference brought to you by CTOvision and Katie Kennedy. On March 31st through April 2nd, women from academia, government, and industry from around the globe gathered in Dallas, Texas for Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS) Conference. This three-day long event was […]

Dr. Sanda Harabagiu Delivers the Last Grace Series Talk for the Spring 2016 Semester

On April 4th, the Grace Series ended its spring 2016 talks with Dr. Sanda Harabagiu, a Professor of Computer Science at UT Dallas, the Erik Jonsson School Research Initiation Chair, and the Director of the Human Language Technology Institute at UT Dallas. The Grace Series talks deliver insight into the role of women in today’s […]

Dr. Lingming Zhang Wins Google Backing for App Project

A UT Dallas scientist is one of eight researchers worldwide to be awarded a grant from Google to pursue software engineering and programming languages research. Dr. Lingming Zhang, assistant professor of computer science in the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, received a one-year Google Faculty Research Award of $46,500 for his work in […]

Dr. Yvo Desmedt Elected Foreign Member of the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts

  On January 21st, Dr. Yvo Desmedt was elected to become a Foreign Member of Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts, a prestigious academy consisting of three classes: Science, Humanities, Fine Arts, each class with just fifty members. The mission and goal of the society is the practice and promotion of […]

HackUTD’16 Challenges 500 Students for 24 Hours of Ideas, Hacking, and Design

Five hundred students from across the nation convened at the UT Dallas Computer Science Department for the second year of HackUTD. Whereas last year’s HackUTD was open to only UT Dallas students, this year the registration for HackUTD’16 was open to the public. The second HackUTD was organized by the UT Dallas Student Chapter of the ACM (Association for Computer Machinery) with the […]

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The Exley Lunch-and-Learn Information Session

When: April 12, 2016 @ 11:30 am
Where: FO 2nd Floor Atrium, 800 W Campbell Rd, Richardson, TX 75080, USA

UT Dallas Undergraduate Researchers are encouraged to attend and learn more about publishing their work in The Exley, UT Dallas’ undergraduate research journal. Staff from The Exley will provide information on proposal submission, criteria for[…]

UT Dallas CS Department Welcomes the Final Distinguished Lecturer, Dr. Maria Klawe, World Renowned Computer Scientist, and Advocate for Women in STEM

On April 8th, the UT Dallas Computer Science Department concluded its Distinguished Lecture Series with Dr. Maria Klawe, the fifth President of the Harvey Mudd College, one of the top private undergraduate schools for engineering and computer science, as its final speaker. A renowned mathematician, computer scientist and scholar, Dr. Klawe is the first woman […]