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Computer science teaching professor Leo Porter teaching the foundational course, “Introduction to Programming and Computational Problem Solving 1” that incorporates LLMs.

Dec 7, 2023
In This Era of AI, Will Everyone Be a Programmer?

ChatGPT and Large Language Models (LLMs) are viewed by many as a threat to the field of computer science education because they’re able to produce code on command. But for Leo Porter, a teaching professor at University of California San Diego, these are tools that might actually help bring...Read More

CSE's highly cited Rob Knight and Pavel Pevzner

Dec 7, 2023
CSE Researchers Named Again Among the World’s Most Influential in Their Fields

For the second year in a row, CSE researchers Rob Knight and Pavel Pevzner at the UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering were named among the world’s most influential in their fields in this year’s Clarivate listing of Most Highly Cited Researchers in the World. These scientists rank in the top...Read More

A variety of student robotics projects were on display at the UC San Diego Contextual Robotics Institute's forum, such as this remote-controlled car. Photos by Alex Matthews/Qualcomm Institute

Nov 20, 2023
Exploring the Diverse Applications of Robotics Beyond the Lab

From the operating room to our homes and streets, robots are becoming increasingly integral to our daily activities. On Nov. 14, 2023 the UC San Diego Contextual Robotics Institute hosted its eighth annual forum, bringing together robotics experts from industry and academia to discuss cutting-edge...Read More

Students show-off their summer internships

Nov 16, 2023
Celebrating 10 Years of Stellar Student Interns

By Kimberley Clementi The Computer Science and Engineering department hosted its tenth annual Summer Internship Symposium in October to celebrate the department’s robust internship program and highlight student achievements during their summer engineering internships. “These internships provide...Read More

PhD graduate wins the inaugural ACM SIGMICRO Dissertation (Photo credit: Purdue University photo/Brian Powell)Award

Nov 15, 2023
PhD Grad Mohammadkazem Taram Wins 2023 ACM SIGMICRO Dissertation Award

Current Purdue University Assistant Professor Mohammadkazem (Kazem) Taram received the inaugural Dissertation Award at the 56th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Microarchitecture. Taram is a 2022 PhD graduate who was advised by UC San Diego Department of Computer Science and Engineering...Read More

Mounika Padala at the 2023 Grace Hopper Celebration

Nov 3, 2023
CNS Helps CSE Student Attend Grace Hopper with Travel Grant

Mounika Padala, a master’s student and graduate student researcher in CSE, has been named a Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC) Scholar. Read more. ...Read More

The Alan Turing Memorial Scholarship will support two undergraduate students.

Nov 1, 2023
Two Students Awarded Alan Turing Memorial Scholarships for Support of LGBTQIA+ Community

Two undergraduate students- Adam Alemi, Senior from the Computer Science and Engineering department along with an anonymous recipient, a Communication major, have been awarded the 2023-2024 Alan Turing Memorial Scholarships from the Center for Networked Systems (CNS). Read more. ...Read More

CSE's 2023 Google PhD Fellowship winners

Oct 23, 2023
Computer Science Students Garner 2023 Google PhD Fellowships

CSE PhD students garner two 2023 Google Fellowships. Read more here. ...Read More

Larry Smarr is a Professor Emeritus of Computer Science and Engineering

Oct 17, 2023
CSE's Larry Smarr is a Recipient of 2023 Revelle Medal More

A new algorithm, called the Music Latent Diffusion Model (MusicLDM), helps create music out of “sound poetry,”

Oct 6, 2023
New, Generative AI Transforms Poetry into Music

CSE's Shlomo Dubnov looks at how to make music with the tools of AI. ...Read More