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UC San Diego Computer and Data Scientists Named to ACM’s Latest Class of Fellows

May 22, 2024

UC San Diego bioinformatics researcher Vineet Bafna and machine learning and data analysis researcher Mikhail Belkin are among the 68 scientists worldwide named as Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) fellows.

Barna Saha Celebrated as Harry E. Gruber Endowed Chair at UC San Diego

May 2, 2024

Barna Saha, a computer scientist at UC San Diego who spearheads a new $10 million multi-university research institute to tackle problems in theoretical foundations of data science, was honored this week as the Harry E. Gruber Professor of Computer Science and Information Technologies Endowed Chair.

Computer Scientists Unveil Novel Attacks on Cybersecurity

April 26, 2024

A research team led by computer scientists at UC San Diego found two novel types of attacks that target the conditional branch predictor found in high-end Intel processors, which could be exploited to compromise billions of processors currently in use.

ServiceNow Developer David Loo Returns to His Roots to Accept CSE’s Distinguished Alumni Award

April 3, 2024

UC San Diego alumnus David Loo (BS ’91) has zigzagged continents to earn a world-class education and launch global companies, including ServiceNow. Loo was honored recently as the Department of Computer Science and Engineering's distinguished alumnus.

UC San Diego Roboticists Shine at Human Robot Interaction 2024 Conference

March 26, 2024

UC San Diego robotics research-- from supporting patient home care and stroke rehabilitation to facilitating mission critical teamwork among first responders-- was on display during the ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI).

Working Towards Toxic-Free AI

March 4, 2024

ToxicChat is a new benchmark developed by University of California San Diego computer scientists that performs better than models trained on previous toxicity benchmarks.

In This Era of AI, Will Everyone Be a Programmer?

December 7, 2023

ChatGPT and Large Language Models are viewed by many as a threat to the field of computer science education because they’re able to produce code on command. But the retooled, foundational course, “Introduction to Programming and Computational Problem Solving 1” relies on LLMs.

All Together Now

November 2, 2023

As a neurodiverse student, Naba Rizvi often felt marginalized and isolated. Today, her doctoral research at UC San Diego’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering focuses on the design of artificial intelligence (AI) apps for autistic users and has gained national attention.

Computing Beyond Bars

September 26, 2023

Emma Hogan, a computer science PhD student at UC San Diego and a recent Ford Fellow, is teaching computer science to another underrepresented population: incarcerated people at the Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility in San Diego.

Funding from Cisco Research Will Support Innovative Collaborative Engineering Research

August 25, 2023

UC San Diego will receive support from Cisco Research, for eight engineering projects that will tap into the strengths of UC San Diego researchers in cybersecurity, networking and distributed systems.
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