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.
UC San Diego and Bermuda's Ministry of the Environment and Natural Resources have officially launched a first-of-its-kind effort to scan underwater shipwrecks and coral reefs in 3D and at an unprecedented level of detail.
The non-profit organization Tech San Diego launched a University Talent Initiative, initially as a partnership with UC San Diego, to improve the local talent pipeline and to make San Diego companies more competitive with Silicon Valley, Seattle, New York and Austin in attracting UC San Diego graduates…
Over 30 computer science students split into five teams to develop multiplayer videogames in the 10 weeks of the spring quarter, and their final presentations on June 9 drew a large SRO crowd of other students and gamers to the Qualcomm Institute auditorium.
2017 is shaping up to be another banner year for hiring faculty in one of the fastest-growing departments on the campus of the University of California San Diego. Professor Dean Tullsen, Chair of the Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) department, announced the first two hires of the faculty recruiting…
Computer science students in a course of building software systems will present their final team projects in the form of five multi-player, 3D networked videogames in front of a standing-room-only audience this Friday in the Qualcomm Institute’s auditorium.
CSE Associate Teaching Professor Christine Alvarado wins the trifecta of teaching awards this year. She’ll accept the awards from the Tau Beta Pi honors engineering society, the Jacobs School of Engineering, and the Academic Senate.
UC San Diego and University of Notre Dame scientists report in a May issue of PLOS Computational Biology that a new technique can open up the field of nanopore-based protein identification, even in complex mixtures of different types of molecules.
On May 22, the institute hosted 150 high school students and 50 UC San Diego undergraduates as part of a San Diego regional program to excite students about fast-growing job opportunities in the region.
On May 25, the Qualcomm Institute will stage a new work, Song Cycle for Security Camera, by sound artist and Music Ph.D. candidate Joe Cantrell.