Martha Palmer

Dr. Martha Palmer recognized as trailblazer in A.I. [Video]

March 21, 2023

Martha Palmer is the first woman to obtain a PhD in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Edinburgh. Before coming to Edinburgh, she studied philosophy and computer science at the University of Texas, Austin.

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ChatGPT: Fear, Hype, or Hope? A public session on generative AI

March 21, 2023

This session on April 12th (both in person and zoom options available) will provide a chance to hear from and have conversations with leading experts on the technical areas underlying ChatGPT and other generative AI, the uses of generative AI in university and K-12 education, and the ethical and societal issues associated with generative AI tools.

Crystallizing Curiosity Leysia Palen

Crystallizing Curiosity

March 20, 2023

The job of a tenured professor is divided into research, teaching and service, and Palen has shown leadership in all three, according to about 100 pages of nomination letters, instructor ratings and department recommendations submitted during the consideration process for distinguished professor.

Network Engineering NANOG 87

Network Engineering students featured at NANOG hackathon and meeting [VIDEO]

March 14, 2023

The North American Network Operators’ Group (NANOG) held their 87th community meeting in February 2023. Four graduate students and co-director Levi Perigo travelled to the meeting and participated in the hackathon and were featured in a video for the organization.

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The Conversation Podcast: Three AI experts on how access to ChatGPT-style tech is about to change our world

March 2, 2023

Daniel Acuña, an associate professor of computer science is one of three experts featured in The Conversation's podcast on how ChatGPT-style tech will change the future, and soon. (Opens link in new window)

Members of the research expo

Computer Science Graduate Research Expo

Feb. 28, 2023

The Computer Science department held their graduate research expo where graduate students from across the department presented on their projects, met with prospective students and were awarded prizes for their work.

Women in Engineering Panel and Networking Event March 8, 6 to 8 PM Rustandy building eccs 201

Women in Engineering Panel and Networking Event

Feb. 23, 2023

Celebrate International Women's Day with alumni, students, faculty, and prospective students as we come together to discuss ways to support each other, make meaningful connections, and hear from a panel of outstanding CU Engineering alumnae leaders. March 8, 6 to 8 PM, held in the Rustandy building, ECCS 201.

Orit Peleg and fireflies

Talking with the fireflies: Orit Peleg receives CAREER Award

Feb. 17, 2023

Assistant Professor of computer science Orit Peleg has just received $900,000 over the next five years to learn how fireflies in a swarm synchronize their lighting displays. She's using LEDs, VR and big tents in the wilderness to signal to the fireflies... and they're signaling back.

Majid Zamani illustrates a point in his lab on the whiteboard

Video: Working Toward Safer Autonomous Systems

Feb. 16, 2023

Majid Zamani is an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science. He leads the Hybrid Control Systems Lab and helps protect human life through safer autonomous systems.

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Apply for paid summer research positions through SPUR starting Feb. 13

Feb. 13, 2023

Undergraduate students looking for paid, hands-on experience in a research lab setting over summer break can begin applying online for the 2023 CU SPUR program on Feb. 13.