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ServiceNow Scholars are: Kaleigh Beachler; Justin Yang; Nicole Wong; Steven Shi; Kyle Trinh; Kristy Ly; Charlotte Kim; Joshua Kave; Arnav Dandu

Mar 2, 2023
Meet the Inaugural Cohort of ServiceNow Scholars

By Katherine Connor  Nine undergraduate computer science and engineering students at the Jacobs School of Engineering at UC San Diego have been selected as inaugural recipients of the ServiceNow scholarship. ServiceNow Scholars are computer science students with outstanding academic merit,...Read More


CNS welcomes four new faculty members.

Feb 24, 2023
CNS’s Network Grows Stronger

By Kimberley Clementi UC San Diego’s Center for Networked Systems (CNS) is adding four additional faculty members to its growing ranks. Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) assistant professors Earlence Fernandes, Imani Munyaka and Amy Ousterhout will be supporting CNS research...Read More


CSE's Newest DeepMind Fellows: Amber Olsen (l) and Katya Katsy (r)

Feb 13, 2023
Two New Deep Minds Join CSE's DeepMind Fellows

By Kimberley Clementi UC San Diego’s Computer Science and Engineering Department (CSE) is proud to announce two additional DeepMind Fellows, adding to the growing class of exceptional machine learning master’s students to benefit from the program since it began in 2020. Katya Katsy and Amber Olsen...Read More


The latest recognition for CSE's Stefan Savage included election to the National Academy of Engineering.

Feb 9, 2023
Cybersecurity Expert Stefan Savage Elected to the National Academy of Engineering

By Ioana Patringenaru UC San Diego cybersecurity expert Stefan Savage, whose work examines a wide range of technologies, from cars, to spam emails to cryptocurrencies, was elected to the National Academy of Engineering.  It’s the latest in a long series of accolades for Savage, who has also...Read More


CSE professors Dean Tullsen (l) and Deian Stefan (l) will be leading the effort at UC San Diego with new DARPA program

Feb 1, 2023
CSE Researchers and Intel Join DARPA Program to Prevent Exploitation of Computing Systems

Credit: Intel What’s New: Intel and the UC San Diego announced they have been selected to join the Hardening Development Toolchains Against Emergent Execution Engines (HARDEN) program team for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). Adversaries have crafted increasingly complex...Read More


New CSE professor Amy Ousterhout

Jan 25, 2023
New CSE Faculty Member Amy Ousterhout Races Ahead

By Kimberley Clementi It’s been said that slow and steady wins the race. But high performers like Amy Ousterhout, a new assistant professor in UC San Diego’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering, set a pace few can match – whether she’s navigating the fast-track in academia or a high-...Read More


CSE's Tajana Simunic-Rosing will lead the new PRISM center.

Jan 5, 2023
UC San Diego Leads $50.5M Center for Computing

By Ioana Patringenaru and Katie E. Ismael  Researchers led by Tajana Simunic-Rosing, a computer science professor at the University of California San Diego, received a $35 million contract from the Semiconductor Research Corporation to make computing orders of magnitude faster and more efficient....Read More


UC San Diego Security Sleuths

Dec 22, 2022
Security Sleuths: Computer Scientists’ Solutions to Security Issues Withstand the Test

By Tiffany Fox and Katie E. Ismael Twenty, 15, even 10 years ago, computer scientists were just beginning to discover the power of big data, building better user interfaces for the Internet of Things … and quickly realizing encryption and security would play a big role in all of it. Now in 2022,...Read More


Naba Rizvi was honored by Vice President Kamala Harris for being a Computer Science hero

Dec 22, 2022
Vice President Kamala Harris Honors CSE Student Naba Rizvi (PhD ’25)

By Kimberley Clementi I send my warmest congratulations on your selection as a Computer Science Hero. Vice President Kamala Harris sent a personal note of congratulations to Naba Rizvi, a PhD student in UC San Diego’s Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) department, for her recent recognition...Read More


CSE researchers have for the first time sought to quantify the frequency of UID smuggling in the wild.

Dec 14, 2022
New Web Tracking Technique is Bypassing Privacy Protections

By Ioana Patringenaru  Advertisers and web trackers have been able to aggregate users’ information across all of the websites they visit for decades, primarily by placing third-party cookies in users’ browsers. Two years ago, several browsers that prioritize user privacy --- including Safari,...Read More