Accolades

Tutorial Chair for the 2016 ACM SIGMOD Conference

Created: Nov 09, 2015 by Mackenzie L. Ball
Updated: Nov 09, 2015 by Mackenzie L. Ball
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Prof. Alexandros Labrinidis will be the Tutorials Chair for the 2016 ACM SIGMOD conference, which is one of the premier international research conferences on data management.



Congratulations to Mackenzie Ball and Adam Hobaugh on receiving the 2015 Chair's Award for Staff Excellence!

Created: Oct 20, 2015 by Mackenzie L. Ball
Accolades, Departmental News

Mackenzie Ball and Adam Hobaugh were awarded the 2015 Chair's Award for Staff Excellence in Service to the Department of Computer Science! This is presented to staff members whose performance not only exceeds the standard and expectations of their position, but who also make a significant impact on the Department through their commitment and performance! Congrats to Adam and Mackenzie!


CS Grad Student Awarded the Andrew Mellon Predoctoral Fellowship Award!

Created: Oct 20, 2015 by Mackenzie L. Ball
Accolades, Departmental News

Congratulations to Zitao Liu on being awarded the prestigious Andrew Mellon Predoctoral Fellowship Award!


Congratulations to our graduate students on their achievements!

Created: Oct 20, 2015 by Mackenzie L. Ball
Updated: Oct 20, 2015 by Mackenzie L. Ball
Accolades, Departmental News

The Computer Science Department has awarded Nathan Ong with the CS Department Orrin E. and Margaret M. Taulbee Award! The CS Department also awarded Nikolaos Katsipoulakis the Orrin E. and Margaret M. Taulbee Award as a runner-up! Congrats to Nathan and Nikolaos!



2014 - 2015 CS Faculty and Student Awards!

Created: Oct 20, 2015 by Mackenzie L. Ball
Updated: Oct 20, 2015 by Mackenzie L. Ball
Accolades, Departmental News

Congratulations to the following for achieving the highest evaluation scores for overall effectiveness:
Teaching Assistant - Luca Lugini.
George Jucha Part-Time Instructor - George Jucha.
Core Class Lecturer - John Ramirez (CS 445).
Core Class Tenure Stream Professor - Bruce Childers (CS 447).
Upper Level Lecturer - John Ramirez (CS 1501).
Upper Level Tenure Stream - Kirk Pruhs (CS 1510).
Graduate 2000 Level - Rami Melhem (CS 2410).

Honorable Mentions include: Jonathan Misurda, John Ramirez, George Jucha, Tan Kosiyatrakul, Bill Laboon, Nick Farnan, Paulo Ferreira, Kirk Pruphs, Rami Melhem, Rebecca Hwa, Panos Chrysanthis, Bruce Childers.

The Computer Science Department Teaching Assistant Mentor Award goes to Nathan Ong!


Dr. Labrinidis joins Editorial Board of VLDB Journal (Sep 2015)

Created: Oct 08, 2015 by Mackenzie L. Ball
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Professor Alexandros Labrinidis recently joined the Editorial Board of the Very Large Databases Journal as an Associate Editor. Published on behalf of the VLDB Endowment, this journal contains scholarly contributions that examine information system architectures, the impact of technological advancements on information systems, and the development of novel database applications.


Congratulations to Dr. Hauskrecht on His Promotion to Full Professor!

Created: Sep 23, 2015 by Mackenzie L. Ball
Updated: Oct 06, 2015 by Mackenzie L. Ball
Accolades, Departmental News

We are excited to announce that Dr. Milos Hauskrecht has been promoted to Full Professor. Dr. Hauskrecht received his Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1997 and received his M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the Slovak Technical University in 1988. He is an expert in Machine Learning. His primary research interest is Artificial Intelligence but he is also interested in the intersection of Computer Science with other fields, such as statistics and operations research. He is currently researching the applications of AI in medicine and finance. Please join us in congratulating Dr. Hauskrecht on his promotion!


CS Student Kyle Amoroso Wins Online Hackathon

Created: Jul 14, 2015 by Mackenzie L. Ball
Updated: Sep 03, 2015 by Emilee M. Betz
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Congrats to CS Student Kyle Amoroso on his win in the online hackathon on ChallengePost, Reinvent the Selfie! His hack called, Game Boy Selfie won the MLH prize! Congrats Kyle on your national online hackathon win!


Jan Wiebe Named General Chair of 2016 Empirical Methods

Created: Jul 07, 2015 by Mackenzie L. Ball
Updated: Sep 03, 2015 by Emilee M. Betz
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Professor Jan Wiebe has been named the General Chair of the 2016 Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing Conference (EMNLP-2016).




Jan Wiebe to be Academic Keynote Speaker at Canadian AI Conference

Created: Jun 03, 2015 by Mackenzie L. Ball
Updated: Sep 03, 2015 by Emilee M. Betz
Accolades

Professor Jan Wiebe is the Academic Keynote Speaker at the Canadian AI Conference 2015 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

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