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Mar 26, 2024
UC San Diego Roboticists Shine at Human Robot Interaction 2024 Conference

University of California, 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). ...Read More


Mar 13, 2024
How Do Neural Networks Learn? A Mathematical Formula Explains How They Detect Relevant Patterns

Neural networks have been powering breakthroughs in artificial intelligence, including the large language models that are now being used in a wide range of applications, from finance, to human resources to healthcare. But these networks remain a black box whose inner workings engineers and...Read More

CSE Professor Jingbo Shang

Mar 4, 2024
Working Towards Toxic-Free AI

UC San Diego computer scientists find a better method to detect and prevent toxic prompts cloaked in benign language in large language models. ...Read More

CSE faculty participants in Jacobs School Early Career Faculty Acceleration Program

Feb 8, 2024
CSE Faculty Members Join Jacobs School Early-Career Faculty Acceleration Program

The University of California San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering has doubled the size of its Accelerating Interdisciplinary Research Collaborations for Early-Career Faculty program, which it launched last year. ...Read More

Rob Knight, a CSE affiliate faculty member, was elected to the National Academy of Engineering.

Feb 7, 2024
Renowned UC San Diego Microbiome Pioneer Rob Knight Elected to the National Academy of Engineering

Rob Knight, a University of California San Diego professor and international leader in the study of the roles microbes play in human health and disease and the functioning of ecosystems, has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering–the highest professional recognition afforded to...Read More

This image shows a microscopic view of E. coli bacteria, a species with an intimate relationship with humans. The new microbeMASST search tool can help research better understand how E. coli and other bacteria affect both human health and the global biosphere. Photo credit: Gerd Altmann/Unsplash

Feb 5, 2024
New Technology Unscrambles the Chatter of Microbes

Researchers from University of California San Diego, as part of a large collaboration with scientists around the world, have developed a new search tool to help researchers better understand the metabolism of microorganisms. Microbes are key players in virtually all biological and environmental...Read More

Graduate students show off their research during CSE's 5th Annual Research Open House

Feb 2, 2024
Spotlight on Research and Discovery at CSE’s 5th Annual Research Open House

Robots to help in healthcare settings, self-driving vehicles, engineers exploring mangroves and oceans—not to mention numerous demonstrations of the broad range of research faculty and students are engaged in at UC San Diego’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering. Welcome to CSE’s fifth-...Read More

An active prompt to update a user's SSO password

Feb 1, 2024
How to Run a Password Update Campaign Efficiently and With Minimal IT Costs

A team of computer scientists at the University of California San Diego partnered with the campus’ Information Technology Services to analyze the messaging for a campuswide mandatory password change impacting almost 10,000 faculty and staff members....Read More

CSE faculty members Taylor Berg-Kirkpatrick, Stefan Savage and Kristen Vaccaro are among the inaugural winners of the Google Trust & Safety Research Award

Jan 31, 2024
CSE Faculty Are Among Google’s First Trust & Safety Research Award Winners

Three faculty members from UC San Diego’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) are among the inaugural group of 15 academic researchers worldwide to receive Google’s Trust & Safety Research Award. Associate Professor Taylor Berg-Kirkpatrick, Professor Stefan Savage, and...Read More

An example VR scene for an office with building hardware mapped as mixed reality objects that can be interacted with.

Jan 31, 2024
Bringing Together Real-world Sensors and VR to Improve Building Maintenance

A new system that brings together real-world sensing and virtual reality would make it easier for building maintenance personnel to identify and fix issues in commercial buildings that are in operation. The system was developed by computer scientists at the University of California San Diego and...Read More