Category: Computer science

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Award-winning paper shows benefit of early experiential learning

An award-winning research paper on experiential learning authored by teaching professor Matthew Morrison and undergraduates John Dimpel (CSE ’20) and Emory Smith (CSE ’21) demonstrates the benefit of introducing industry projects into computer science and engineering coursework early in the …

Notre Dame partners with Securiport on research related to border security

In the fall of 2019, Notre Dame kicked off a multi-year project to research next-generation technology to support efforts to combat and identify border threats. Each year national economies are adversely affected as billions of dollars are lost through human trafficking, drug trafficking, money …

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Honors, promotions, and new faculty in CSE

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering is pleased to announce honors, promotions, and a new faculty member for the academic year beginning in August 2020. Honors Tijana Milenkovic has been named Frank M. Freimann Collegiate Associate Professor. A member of the CSE faculty since …

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Xiaobo Sharon Hu elected editor-in-chief of ACM TODAES

Xiaobo Sharon Hu, professor of computer science and engineering, was elected editor-in-chief of ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems (TODAES). Her three-year term, which began on June 1, 2020, runs through May 31, 2023. TODAES is the premier ACM journal in design and …

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In Trump v. Twitter: ‘Twitter will win’

The issue of how to manage content on social media platforms seemed to reach a tipping point when Twitter placed a fact check label on a tweet by President Donald Trump that referenced mail-in voting. The company has also added a label identifying content as glorifying violence to tweets by the …

Tijana Milenkovic

Milenkovic elected to ISCB Board of Directors

Tijana Milenkovic, associate professor of computer science and engineering, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the International Society for Computational Biology (ISCB). She joins 24 other volunteer leaders responsible for the direction and future of the ISCB toward the advancement of …

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Yiyu Shi receives On-Device AI award from Facebook

Yiyu Shi, associate professor of computer science and engineering, has received one of the eight Towards On-Device AI Research awards presented to university faculty. Facebook received more than 160 proposals from 111 universities on a wide range of topics related to efficient on-device AI …

Congratulations CSE Ph.D. and master’s graduates — Class of 2020

Experiments are completed, papers published, your dissertation has been written and defended. Finally, you have reached graduation! It has been an absolute privilege to work with you. We congratulate each of you on achieving this outstanding milestone in your career and wish you the very best …

Congratulations CSE 2020 Graduates

A Special Message to the CSE Class of 2020

As members of the Computer Science and Engineering Class of 2020, you have worked diligently throughout your time at Notre Dame, exhibiting a commitment to excellence in classroom and extracurricular activities. During the struggles of COVID-19, you have followed through with your academic work …

Three doctoral candidates receive outstanding teaching awards

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering is pleased to announce that three doctoral candidates have received the 2020 Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award. Presented annually by Notre Dame Learning, the Graduate School, and the Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning, the award …