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Two CSE Students Receive Microsoft Grant to Support Underrepresented Ph.D. Students in Computing

Jun 14, 2019
Two CSE Students Receive Microsoft Grant to Support Underrepresented Ph.D. Students in Computing

Alexander Gamero-Garrido UC San Diego Computer Science and Engineering Ph.D. students Alexander Gamero-Garrido and Angelique Taylor have been awarded the selective 2019 Microsoft Research Dissertation Grant for their proposed research on international internet traffic disruption and making...Read More


Celebrating Rick Ord

Jun 14, 2019
Celebrating Rick Ord

  Mainstay lecturer Rick Ord is retiring this month, and a lot of people are in denial about it. Rick has been part of the Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) department for nearly four decades – longer, in fact, than there has actually been a CSE. Rick started taking undergrad...Read More


The Students Have Spoken

Jun 14, 2019
The Students Have Spoken

  Rick Ord has earned a lot of admiration from his students. Here are just a few examples. Early in my years here, I got lucky, and I decided that I wanted to tutor, and Rick was one of the professors that selected me. I started tutoring for him, and one of the professors that is now...Read More


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Jun 6, 2019
Another Great Year for Faculty Awards

  The Department Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) at UC San Diego thrives, in large part, because of its excellent faculty. Each year, many are honored for their scientific and teaching prowess. This year is no different, with CSE faculty earning numerous awards.  “UC San...Read More


Healthcare Meets Human-Centered Computing

May 30, 2019
Healthcare Meets Human-Centered Computing

The Weibel Lab is testing augmented and virtual reality to help novice surgeons perform complex surgeries. Photo: Alex Matthews, Qualcomm Institute at UC San Diego   By Joshua Baxt, CSE writer How do we combine computers and medicine to provide better care? Some answers are obvious, like...Read More


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May 29, 2019
Daniele Micciancio Named 2019 International Association for Cryptologic Research Fellow

UC San Diego Department of Computer Science and Engineering Professor Daniele Micciancio has been named a 2019 International Association for Cryptologic Research Fellow, for his pioneering work on lattice-based cryptography and for service to the IACR.     Lattice-based...Read More


Prof Ramamoorthi

May 29, 2019
The SIGGRAPH Awards Recognize CSE Researchers

    Prof. Ravi Ramamoorthi The Association for Computing Machinery SIGGRAPH Awards honor computer scientists for “exceptional achievements in computer graphics and interactive techniques,” and this year UC San Diego’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering...Read More


Professor Mihir Bellare

May 9, 2019
Mihir Bellare Named Inaugural Holder of S. Gill Williamson Endowed Chair in Computer Science

  Professor Mihir Bellare, an internationally renowned cryptographer and a pioneer in data security and privacy, has been appointed the S. Gill Williamson Chancellor’s Endowed Chair in Computer Science at the University of California San Diego. “I congratulate Mihir Bellare on his game-...Read More


Professor Pavel Pevzner

May 8, 2019
UC San Diego Computer Science and Engineering Professor Pavel Pevzner Receives ACM’s Paris Kanellakis Award

  UC San Diego Computer Science and Engineering Professor Pavel Pevzner has been honored by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) with the Paris Kanellakis Theory and Practice Award, which recognizes theoretical work that significantly advances computing. The award includes a $10,...Read More


CSE Celebrating Diversity

Apr 30, 2019
Inaugural Celebration Showcases CSE’s Diversity

It all began with a Red Chair. Through its Sit With Me Campaign, the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) asks people to sit in a Red Chair and share their thoughts on the importance of women in STEM. CSE’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee’s Awareness...Read More