The new performance-exhibition, “The Pawel Norway Dream Machine”, will premiere next Thursday, November 17, at the Calit2 Theater in Atkinson Hall on the UC San Diego campus from 5-7 p.m.
Mansi Malik, a second-year graduate student in Computer Science at UC San Diego, was among the 35 UC San Diego students (including nine grad students) and 15,000 people overall attending the 2016 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing October 19-21 in Houston, TX.
The University of California San Diego is organizing the 2016 Global Empowerment Summit jointly with the nonprofit Alliance4Empowerment to share best practices, connect, brainstorm and come up with solutions for social impact and innovation.
The 2016-2017 season of the Qualcomm Institute’s primary performance series gets underway on October 20. The performances and artist residencies were awarded by the Initiative for Digital Exploration of Arts and Sciences (IDEAS) following a peer-review competition open to faculty and graduate students…
UCTV and the Computer Science and Engineering department have launched The Computer Science Channel” to expand awareness of issues facing computer science and other sectors.
UC San Diego, UCLA and Arizona State are partnering on a regional effort in the western U.S. with funding from NSF to enhance “knowledge discovery and real-time interventions from sensory data flows in urban spaces.”
CSE Prof. Tajana Rosing is the inaugural holder of an academic chair endowed in 2012 by John J. and Susan M. Fratamico to promote scholarship in fields including engineering and the life sciences.
Armed with a $2 million grant from NIH, UC San Diego engineers and SDSU audiologists will build and deploy two new platforms on which researchers can develop better hearing aids. The project is led by Qualcomm Institute research scientist Hari Garudadri.
A team of 127 co-authors led by UC San Diego faculty from computer science and the Skaggs School of Pharmacy report in Nature Biotechnology on the successful rollout of Global Natural Products Social Molecular Networking (GNPS) that lets scientists share mass spectrometry data worldwide to speed the…
Computer scientists and engineers from four U.S. universities led by UC San Diego professor Rajesh Gupta, were awarded nearly $5 million in funding from DARPA to speed design times for high performance systems-on-chips.