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Xin Li's work on Face Alive Icons has been

Created: Mar 27, 2007 by the Department of Computer Science
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Xin Li's work on Face Alive Icons has been mentioned in the Technology Review (full article here).



Daniel Mossé

Created: Mar 15, 2007 by the Department of Computer Science
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Professor Daniel Mossé was recently featured in an article from the Spring 2007 issue of the Pitt Magazine.


Understanding Events and Beliefs Expressed in Text

Created: Aug 04, 2006 by the Department of Computer Science
Updated: Nov 02, 2015 by Lydia Moss
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Professor Janyce Wiebe will lead research in a University Affiliate Research Center funded by the Department of Homeland Security. The center has been awarded $2.4 million over the next three years to develop accurate and robust techniques for extracting and summarizing information about events and beliefs from text.


Center for Modeling Pulmonary Immunity

Created: Jan 06, 2006 by the Department of Computer Science
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Center for Modeling Pulmonary Immunity (Content provided by Archive.org)

Professor Panos K. Chrysanthis and Professor Alexandros Labrinidis will lead the bioinformatics effort in the recently established Center for Modeling Pulmonary Immunity. The center was established in September 2005, from a $9 million contract from the National Institutes of Health, and is a joint effort between the University of Pittsburgh (School of Medicine and School of Arts & Sciences), Carnegie Mellon, and the University of Michigan.


Ras Bodik

Created: Sep 14, 2005 by the Department of Computer Science
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Ras Bodik got his PhD at Pitt in 2000 under the guidance of Rajiv Gupta and Mary Lou Soffa. He then went on to work as an assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin. After two happy years in Madison, he moved to the University of California at Berkeley, where he is now a tenure-track assistant professor.


Parsing Arabic Dialects

Created: Aug 05, 2005 by the Department of Computer Science
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Parsing Arabic Dialects (Content provided by Archive.org)

This summer, Assistant Professor Rebecca Hwa, along with researchers from Columbia University, the University of Maryland and the University of Amsterdam, is participating in an NSF-sponsored workshop on Parsing Arabic Dialects. Students from Stanford University, The University of Pittsburgh, Johns Hopkins University and Georgia Tech are also participating in the project.

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