Alessandro Roncone works with a student in his lab

Interdisciplinary team receives $1.8 million for audacious robot-building project

Nov. 11, 2022

Alessandro Roncone, assistant professor of computer science at CU Boulder and head of the Human Interaction and Robotics group is part of a inter-university team of researchers examining human-robot collaboration for the future of organic synthesis.

Computer Science students do a mock interview

Professional Development Club provides 97 mock interviews with 19 companies

Nov. 10, 2022

Graduate students signed up for the mock interview event and each student was able to attend three interview sessions.

Leysia Palen

Leysia Palen among 4 CU Boulder faculty made distinguished professors

Nov. 10, 2022

Department of Computer Science professor Leysia Palen is one of four newly designated distinguished professors from across the CU Boulder campus. This is the highest honor bestowed upon faculty across the system's four campuses. Palen is also a professor and founding chair of the department of Information Science.

Nanog 86 hackathon participants sit at a table with computers, talking to one another

Network Engineering at NANOG 86 in Hollywood, CA

Nov. 9, 2022

The North American Network Operators’ Group (NANOG) sponsored a team of five graduate students studing network engineering to attend NANOG 86 from October 17th to 19th in Hollywood, CA with instructor José Santos. The team arrived before the conference and participated in the hackathon , where they were able to...

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Building Resilience to Climate Driven Extreme Events with Computing Innovations: A Convergence Accelerator Workshop

Nov. 8, 2022

The Computing Community Consortium is having a virtual workshop with an open registration for all relevant researchers and practitioners with expertise in energy, environmental justice, agriculture, transportation and other fields related to climate research.

Juniper networking

Networking for tomorrow: Juniper Networks supports network engineering lab

Nov. 8, 2022

The Department of Computer Science's Network Engineering Lab received an equipment donation through Juniper Networks' Cloud & Automation Academy, which will provide valuable hands-on experiences to students in the Network Engineering master's program.

Orit Peleg with bees

How many bees can you fit in an X-ray machine? That's not a joke.

Nov. 1, 2022

Researchers at CU Boulder have, for the first time, used X-ray computed tomography (also known as a CT scan) to peer inside swarms of honeybees.

Brian Tan

‘Powerhouse’ computer science student set to graduate at 17

Oct. 31, 2022

Brian Tan taught himself calculus at 13, took the SAT at 14, got a GED at 16 and got his associate's degree in computer science in the same year. Tan is young, but it is also his contributions to his classes and research groups that his collaborators and mentors remark on.

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Computer Science graduate students celebrate across cultures

Oct. 27, 2022

Students, faculty and staff in the graduate program of the Computer Science department gathered together to share favorite dishes from home, performances, artwork and traditional dress with a community that spans the globe.

Dan Larremore

Dan Larremore member of Popular Science's Brilliant 10

Oct. 19, 2022

Larremore has been recognized by Popular Science as an early-career scientist and engineer bringing computation and math together to help real-world problems, from infectious diseases to social inequities.