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.
A Heterogeneous Neural Networks Conference is set for spring 2017, a joint effort between KnuEdge and Calit2's Qualcomm Institute on neural computing to accelerate machine learning and signal processing. Prior to the meeting, the two institutions will launch a Competition in the same area to seek bold…
One of the largest online course platforms, edX, announced 11 finalists for its inaugural edX Prize for Exceptional Contributions in Online Teaching and Learning. They include UC San Diego computer scientist Ravi Ramamoorthi, who directs the Center for Visual Computing.
The Human Vaccines Project is teaming with the Qualcomm Institute at the University of California San Diego to apply advances in machine learning to solve critical problems impeding the development of vaccines and therapeutics for a wide range of diseases.
The campus created the new position of Director of Social Impact and Innovation and appointed to the job Naila Chowdhury, a longtime colleague of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Mohammad Yunus (who was in San Diego to give the Commencement speech at UC San Diego over the weekend).
Twenty-five students, only half of them from computer science, showcased their final presentations in Computer Science and Engineering 198 – a set of interactive mini-games called RecyCool, designed to start teaching third-graders how and why to recycle.