Created: Apr 19, 2012 by the Department of Computer ScienceUpdated: Apr 20, 2012 by Adam C. HobaughAccolades
Created: Apr 19, 2012 by the Department of Computer ScienceUpdated: May 02, 2012 by Tasha N. RausoAccolades
Graduate student PJ Dillon
has been selected to participate in the 2012 NYC Turing Fellows Summer Internship Program and matched with Sulia, a New York City company focusing on content organization. Let\'s offer him a big congratulations!You can find more information on the program at: Turing Fellows Summer Internship Program
Created: Mar 05, 2012 by the Department of Computer ScienceAccolades
Marian Iskander, Ryan Moore, and Thao Nguyen Pham, CS graduate students, received the Andrew Mellon Pre-doctoral Fellowship for the 2012-2013 academic year.
Created: Feb 23, 2012 by the Department of Computer ScienceUpdated: Apr 26, 2012 by Tasha N. RausoAccolades
, CS Senior Lecturer, is one of 5 awarded the 2012 Chancellor\'s Distinguished Teaching Award. Dr. Ramirez was recognized for having a teaching style that encourages students to pursue intellectually demanding subjects. He is the second CS faculty, along with Dr. George Novacky (\'93), to receive this award.
Pitt ChronicleUniversity Times
Created: Jan 19, 2012 by the Department of Computer ScienceAccolades
, CS Faculty, is elected as a Senior Member of IEEE. IEEE recognizes as Senior Members those IEEE members who have shown technical and professional excellence after being in professional practice for at least ten years.
Tawfig Al Rabiah
Created: Jan 12, 2012 by the Department of Computer ScienceAccolades
CS Alum, Tawfig Al Rabiah (MS\'96, PhD\'99), appointed Minister of Commerce and Industry in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The Ministry of Commerce and Industry develops and expands domestic and foreign trade and adopts initiatives fostering the role of the private sector.
Adam M. Smith
Created: Oct 24, 2011 by the Department of Computer ScienceUpdated: Nov 02, 2015 by Lydia MossAccolades
Adam M. Smith and Yao Sun (CS graduate students), Wen Xu (MS '11), James R. Faeder (Computational Systems & Biology faculty) and G. Elisabeta Marai (CS faculty) have received the Best Paper Award at the IEEE Vis '11 Symposium on Biological Data Visualization for their paper RuleBender: Integrated Visualization for Biochemical Rule-Based Modeling. The paper describes the visual paradigms, algorithms, design and implementation decisions behind RuleBender, an open-source visual tool for constructing, debugging, simulating and analyzing rule-based biological models. The project is the result of a successful collaboration between visualization and biology researchers, and has been downloaded more than 160 times in the four months since its initial announcement.
Created: Sep 28, 2011 by the Department of Computer ScienceAccolades
to the Faculty and Graduate Students who received awards at the 2011 Annual Welcome Back
reception! The 2010-2011 CS Department Teaching Awards, Orrin E. and Margaret M. Taulbee Award, and the Graduate Student Awards were announced at the event.
Created: Sep 01, 2011 by the Department of Computer ScienceAccolades
is promoted to Associate Professor with tenure (effective September 1, 2011). Congratulations!
Professor Diane Litman
Created: Aug 16, 2011 by the Department of Computer ScienceAccolades
Professor Diane Litman, CS Faculty, is honored as s Senior Member in the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-11). Senior Member status recognizes AAAI members who have achieved significant accomplishments within the field of artificial intelligence. She is one of only 25 AAAI members recognized as Senior Member this year.