Sixteen years after they published a groundbreaking paper on the spread of denial-of-service cyber attacks on the Internet, UC San Diego computer scientists are being honored with a Test of Time award at this week’s USENIX Security Symposium in Vancouver, Canada.
The study -- led by QI affiliate Cinnamon Bloss -- was published in today's edition of the Journal of the American Medical Association and suggests a strong resistance to the use of genetically engineered mosquitoes for controlling disease.
QI Innovation Space member CARI Therapeutics has received a grant from the National Institutes of Health to collaboratively develop a biosensor that will detect the presence of opioids in patients in recovery.
This fall an undergraduate alumnus from China’s Tsinghua University is joining the Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) Ph.D. program, and this week, Tiancheng (Kevin) Sun was named the winner of the ACM Student Research Competition in the undergraduate category at the SIGGRAPH computer-vision conference…
A UC San Diego Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science and Engineering participated in a study with Google and NYU which estimates that criminals made off with over $25 million in payouts from victims of ransomware cyber attacks.
Effective July 1, Dr. Hao Su joined the Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) department as a tenure-track assistant professor at the University of California San Diego to explore fundamental problems in broad disciplines related to artificial intelligence, including computer vision, computer graphics,…
Over 200 high school students have moved into dorms at UC San Diego for the 2017 California State Summer School for Mathematics and Science (COSMOS), a four-week program focused on advanced tech skills including programming and robotics.
Five UC San Diego professors will receive $4MN as part of an international collaboration led by Brown University to develop grain-sized sensors, actuators and networking to be inserted into the cerebral cortex for brain research or repair. DARPA is funding the overall $19MN project announced this week.
Computer science graduate students Ariana Mirian and Stephanie Chen will attend the 2017 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing in Orlando, FL, thanks to travel grants awarded by UC San Diego’s Center for Networked Systems (CNS).
Computer science graduate student Tianyin Xu will complete his Ph.D. later this summer, but he received five faculty job offers from top-notch schools, including the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he will become a tenure-track assistant professor next January.