Trivedi is working to democratize artificial intelligence by making machine learning more programmable, trustworthy and accessible to everyone through a prestigious CAREER award from the National Science Foundation to do so.
University of Colorado Boulder professor of Computer Science Sriram Sankaranarayanan has been awarded the prestigious Innovation Award from Coursera for his online “Data Structures and Algorithms” specialization, which has taught the fundamentals of data structures and algorithms with an emphasis on applications in data science to more than 10,000 students.
Tumors contain thousands of genetic changes, but only a few are actually cancer-causing. Department of Computer Science assistant professor Ryan Layer writes for the conversation about a quicker way to identify these mutations for more targeted cancer treatments.
Department of Computer Science assistant professor Chris Heckman and CIRES research hydrologist Toby Minear have been awarded a Grand Challenge Research & Innovation Seed Grant to create an instrument that could revolutionize our understanding of the amount of water in our rivers, lakes, wetlands and coastal areas by greatly increasing the places where we measure it.
Department of Computer Science professor and chair of the Computing Community Consortium Liz Bradley is an organizer and panel moderator for the NITRD 30th-Anniversary Symposium. The symposium celebrates the NITRD program which currently involves 25 Federal agencies. In fiscal year 2022, $7.8 billion were invested into NITRD activities.
Dan Larremore has won the Alan T. Waterman Award for his instrumental research on COVID-19 vaccine distribution and rapid testing. The prestigious award is the National Science Foundation’s highest honor for early-career scientists.
A new journal devoted to innovative data-driven approaches to environmental problems including climate change, edited by Associate Professor Claire Monteleoni – recently published its first cluster of papers.
Researchers have been trying to quickly and accurately identify the parts of DNA that lead to genetic disorders like cancer. A new software tool could improve that process and lead to more tailored treatment and understanding of cancers from patient to patient.
Rupa Dachere (CompSci’94) recognizes the challenges women software developers still encounter in the workforce. She recently moved back to Colorado and is also looking to expand her network of women in science and engineering in Boulder.
James Curry, professor of applied mathematics at the University of Colorado Boulder, has been named a 2022 fellow of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM), the group announced today.