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A call to action on racial justice, from Department Chair Ken Anderson

June 23, 2020

I want to acknowledge the grief and suffering that many are experiencing—especially our Black students and other systemically marginalized groups in our department and college—but also anyone who is feeling anger and despair at these events right now. I want you to know that I support you—and that our department supports you.

Photo of forestry with few trees remaining by Jeremy Bishop on Unsplash

Computing Research for the Climate Crisis

Sept. 7, 2021

University of Colorado Boulder professors Elizabeth Bradley and Claire Monteleoni, in partnership with Arizona State University's Nadya Bliss, have coauthored a new report highlighting the role of computing research in addressing climate change-induced challenges. Photo by Matt Palmer on Unsplash.

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Ben Capeloto brings engineering perspective to student government

Aug. 5, 2021

Ben Capeloto, a senior majoring in aerospace engineering and minoring in computer science, is one of the first engineers to be elected as one of three student body presidents for the campus, referred to as tri-executives.

Matanya Horowitz

CU Alum Creates AI Robots to Sort Recyclables

July 26, 2021

Matanya Horowitz (ApMath, CompSci, Econ, ElCompEngr’10; MElEngr’10) is using artificial intelligence to elevate the recycling industry.

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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.

Jasey Chanders

First year's robotics work will help kids tell their stories

May 25, 2021

First year Jasey Chanders recently received an undergraduate research (UROP) grant to build robotics that stimulate kids in imaginative play.

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New data science, machine learning offerings open professional doors

May 21, 2021

Seeing a need for working professionals to refresh or enhance their understanding of data science and machine learning without devoting months or years to training, CU Boulder launched Tech Frontiers, a short-form education series kicking off this summer with courses in data science, July 12–13, and machine learning, July 15–16.

Alessandro Roncone

Alessandro Roncone on human-robot interaction research at CU Boulder

May 20, 2021

Alessandro Roncone is an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science. His work lies at the intersection of research in human-robot interaction, artificial intelligence and robot control & planning with the goal of developing robot technologies that enable close, natural, and extended cooperation with humans.

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Frongillo to design learning algorithms and economic mechanisms to improve predictions

May 20, 2021

Rafael Frongillo, an assistant professor in the CU Boulder Department of Computer Science recently earned $500,000 through a CAREER award to study how changing the way we measure prediction accuracy can ultimately influence the decisions made by humans and machines alike.

Joshua Grochow

Tensors: Connecting the dots of everything 

May 17, 2021

Joshua Grochow, an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science, has just received $600,000 through an NSF CAREER award to advance fundamental computation theory with applications across big data, multi-company mergers, quantum entanglement and beyond.

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