Japanese game developer Cygames, Inc. announced today an academic collaboration with the UC San Diego Center for Research in Entertainment and Learning to create an "x-reality" lab for long-term basic research and shared instrumentation.
The 31st annual conference on Neural Information Processing Systems attracted nearly 8,000 attendees, including a large delegation from Computer Science and Engineering as well as three other UC San Diego departments.
A hardware security company co-founded by UC San Diego computer scientists has received $2 million in seed funding from Eclipse Ventures to ramp up engineering, sales and marketing of semiconductor design tools to identify and prevent security vulnerabilities.
For the first time, a delegation of faculty and students from the University of California San Diego attended the annual Out in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (oSTEM) National Conference to promote greater involvement of LGBT+ community in STEM fields.
University of California San Diego anthropology professor Thomas E. Levy is back in San Diego after participating in the fourth International Conference on Dialogue of Civilizations, held in Ahmedabad, India and co-organized by the National Geographic Society (NGS), Archaeological Survey of India (ASI)…
The Qualcomm Institute at the University of California, San Diego, will save more than $486,650 per year in energy costs thanks to a series of energy-efficiency improvements to Atkinson Hall, where QI is headquartered.
Just ahead of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, a UC San Diego research team was able to map and document various underwater and coastal features along Puerto Rico’s coast last month, providing baseline measurements of a number of important archaeological sites that are vulnerable to coastal erosion, particularly…
The Computer Science and Engineering announced a stellar group of 15 lecturers, including two newcomers to the department, who will assume some of the undergraduate teaching duties in light of high continuing enrollment in computer science and data science courses.
A team of archaeologists from the University of California San Diego and two leading Israeli universities has wrapped up a three-week expedition to document two major sites in Israel using the latest in 3D scientific visualization technologies.
QI researchers joined archaeologists, engineers, architects and conservation specialists from around the world at the CIPA Symposium to discuss best practices for digitizing and restoring heritage structures