Rebecca Morrison Lab members

Embracing Uncertainty: The Morrison Group

May 24, 2024

The Morrison group focuses on how to overcome and adapt to the failures and uncertainties in computational models of often chaotic systems.

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Social distancing plus vaccines prevented 800,000 COVID deaths, but at great cost

May 10, 2024

Assistant professor of computer science Stephen Kissler co-authors paper on the efficacy of behavioral changes in saving lives during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tea Wright and Ryan Slocum

CS seniors recognized with graduating student awards

May 7, 2024

Three computer science students were recognized by the college. Learn about their perspectives, lessons learned and hopes for the future.

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Two CU Boulder computer science students earn major fellowships

May 6, 2024

William Xie and Raquel Yupanqui received NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Programs, which recognize and support outstanding grad students from across the country in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.

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Computer science alumni judge senior capstones, provide insight to students

April 29, 2024

30 alumni used their industry experience and technical expertise to give feedback during the Engineering Projects Expo on April 26th,

Rajshekar Guda Subhash and a schematic of his hands-free VR research

Read my mind! Student's innovation uses brainwaves for VR interaction

April 29, 2024

Rajshekar Guda Subhash's master's thesis on a novel brain-computer interface has been accepted to the flagship conference in computer human interaction, CHI 2024

Avinash Ratnavel

Avinash Ratnavel wins alumni engagement medal

April 29, 2024

Ratnavel (MCompSci'18) was recognized by the College of Engineering and Applied Science for bringing support to networking events, mock interviews, events for career exploration and on-campus job interviews, among other accomplishments.

Festo teams

CS capstone teams partner with company to build 'meaningful' tools

April 25, 2024

This past year, 15 students worked with Festo, a German automation and technical training company, to create a product recognition tool and a virtual assistant.

From left to right, back to front: Abiriham Bitew, Abdirahman Ebiso, Algassimou Diallo, Robiel Kennedy, Albashir Ali, Bethlehem Belay, Mohamed Mohamedali and Aaron Asibbey.

CS students reflect on the 2024 National Society of Black Engineers' Annual Convention

April 25, 2024

NSBE members studying computer science talk about their conference experience, NSBE's impact and why they're interested in computer science

Automated algae system

Automating Algae: Computer science capstone melds digital and physical skills

April 22, 2024

CS graduate students have partnered with an energy technology company to build a fully automated algae growth system.

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