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It takes a hive: community volunteers in honeybee research

July 8, 2021

Two high school students have both been volunteering at the Peleg lab regularly for over two years. Their work with the lab has led them to submit projects to several science fairs to great success, and benefit the lab's research through their involvement and curiosity.

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NSF CAREER award supports Danielle Szafir’s data-visualization research

April 12, 2021

This prestigious grant provides $550,000 over five years to help Szafir fill a huge gap in data visualization research. The goal is to create automated solutions that rapidly estimate visualization effectiveness and help designers make better choices, minimizing misleading data representations and simplifying efficient data exploration.

Image shows Co-author network of CT-related articles in Scopus database, created by Mohammed Saqr.

CU Boulder's Alexander Repenning is a world-leader in computational thinking

Feb. 25, 2021

Alexander Repenning is the No. 1 most active contributor among thousands of researchers in computational thinking, according to a recent study published in ACM Transactions on Computing Education. team members (from left) Devon Soto, Ted Thayer and Brandon Aguirre.

CS student's company takes first in New Venture Challenge IT track finals

March 21, 2019

The team is creating a revolutionary software platform that helps catering companies keep their events efficiently staffed. CEO and co-founder Brandon Aguirre came up with the business idea when he was working for catering companies in New York City.

A prototype of an Earable Computer system.

CAREER Award will support development of ‘Earable Computers’

March 14, 2019

With this award, Assistant Professor Tam Vu hopes to lay the scientific foundation for robust and effective ear-worn systems for long-term, unobtrusive monitoring of health conditions and for hands-free control of computers.

Tyler Scott on stage for his paper presentation during NeurIPS.

Prominent AI conference features 9 papers & posters from CU Boulder

Dec. 20, 2018

The Department of Computer Science’s AI chops were on full display this month at NeurIPS, the year’s biggest conference on machine learning and artificial intelligence.