The Correll Lab is currently working on a robotics project called Droplets. The Droplets are an experimental platform for large-scale swarming research. Using the new CU-Boulder Crowdfunding Initiative, they hope to gain support for continuing their reserach. For more information and to support their research please visit

The Department of Computer Science at the University of Colorado Boulder is pleased to announce that Dr. Jordan Boyd-Graber will be joining the faculty in Fall 2014.

The Department of Computer Science at the University of Colorado Boulder is pleased to announce that Dr. Shaun Kane will be joining the faculty in Fall 2014.

For generations, countless parents have read the classic children’s book Goodnight Moon to help lull little ones to sleep. The poetic text follows a young rabbit as he softly wishes goodnight to his surroundings — “goodnight room, goodnight moon, goodnight cow jumping over the moon,” the story goes.

The University of Colorado Boulder has named Mark D. Gross as the director of the campus Alliance for Technology, Learning and Society, or the ATLAS Institute.

Gross taught at CU-Boulder from 1990 to 1999 as an assistant and associate professor of architecture, planning and design.

DENVER — In just one hour this week, kids across the country can learn how to make cell phone apps and even their own video games. It’s part of a national effort called Hour of Code, and there are all kinds of ways to get involved.

Students at Monarch High School in the Boulder Valley are tackling a unique assignment in computer class. They are building an app for Android phones that features an interactive cat.

Headshop of Clarence "Skip" Ellis

Professor Emeritus Clarence “Skip” Ellis has won a 2013/2014 Fulbright award to teach at Ashesi University in Ghana. His course -- World Simulation: Culture, Technology and Ethics -- will examine how various governments around the world work, teasing out ethical, economic, social and political factors.

Kids learn how to display an image on a spherical object

The paper "Math on a Sphere: Making Use of Public Displays in Education" by Mike Eisenberg, Antranig Basman, and Sherry Hsi, won a Best Paper award at the Cognition and Exploratory Learning in Digital Age (CELDA) October 2013 conference in Fort Worth, Texas.

A paper submitted by CS Professor Dirk Grunwald and two of his former Ph.D. students, Srilatha “Bobbie” Manne from the ECEE department and Artur Klauser from Computer Science, has won the ACM SIGARCH/IEEE-CS TCCA Influential Paper Award for 2013.

Headshot of Rupa Dachere

Alumna Rupa Dachere, also known as Vaijayanti Roychowdhury Dachere, CU-Boulder Computer Science BS 1994, has received a 2013 Meritorious Achievement Award in Informal Education from the IEEE “for establishing a non-profit organization that provides educational programs and mentoring for females in computer programming.” This award recognizes her work as President and Founder of CodeChix in advan