The U.Va. Department of Computer Science is a nationally recognized leader in computer science research and education. Our department includes 28 faculty members, 80 graduate students and 680 undergraduates. Faculty are active in fundamental computer science and engineering research and are engaged in interdisciplinary initiatives with scientists, humanists, engineers in other disciplines and medical personnel.
Our graduate students transition from students to collaborators through participation in world-class research projects. Our undergraduates are involved in research and are enriched by an integrated and challenging curriculum.
Student Defense Presentations
- Jack Lanchantin - Monday, November 23, 2015 Searching for Hidden Patterns in DNA Sequences Using Deep Learning
- Beilun Wang - Wednesday, November 4, 2015 Fast and Scalable Joint Estimators for Learning Multiple Related Sparse Gaussian Graphical Models
- Vidyabhushan Mohan - Friday, October 16, 2015 Towards Building Energy Efficient, Reliable and Scalable NAND Flash based Storage Systems
- Juhi Ranjan - Friday, October 9, 2015 Object User Recognition Using Smart Wearable Devices
- Weilin Xu - Thursday, October 1, 2015 Automatically Evading Classifiers: A Case Study on PDF Malware Classifiers
- Dezhi Hong - Tuesday, September 22, 2015 The Building Adapter: Towards Quickly Applying Building Analytics at Scale
- Jian Xiang - Tuesday, September 8, 2015 Real-World Types and Their Applications
- Major U.Va. Engineering Initiative to Focus on Intersection of Cyber, Physical Systems
- U.Va. Engineering Announces Multi-Million Dollar Investment in Cyber-Physical Systems Research
- UVA is located in the happiest city in America :)
- Congratulations to Prof. Jane Qi, who received an NSF Career award! These are extremely competitive and prestigious grants for pre-tenure faculty
- Congratulations to Prof. Jack Stankovic, who has been selected to receive the UVA Distinguished Scientist Award this year, in recognition of his outstanding record of achievement and impact during his career at UVA.
- Congratulations to UVA CS Emeritus Professor, Sang Son who was elected to the Korean national academy of engineering. Sang Son is now the Dean of The Graduate School at DGIST.
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