Manmohan Chandraker

Apr 25, 2018
NSF CAREER Award for Manmohan Chandraker’s Research to Improve the Way Machines Learn in 3D

Research led by University of California San Diego’s Manmohan Chandraker to improve the way intelligent machines “reason” about the physical, three-dimensional world has received the CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation. The work establishes connections between computer vision,...Read More

We Are CSE

Apr 23, 2018
We Are CSE

The diversity of research and people in UC San Diego's Department of Computer Science and Engineering is highlighted in the new program, We Are CSE, on the UCTV Computer Science Channel. Featured profiles include: Assistant Professor Manmohan Chandraker, CNS postdoc researcher Max...Read More

L-R: Prof. Chris Chu, general chair, ISPD-2018; Prof. Andrew B. Kahng, UCSD CSE/ECE; Mr. Sriram Venkatesh, UCSD CSE.

Apr 20, 2018
UC San Diego Students Take Home Best Paper Award at International Symposium on Physical Design

Two University of California San Diego graduate students from the departments of Computer Science and Engineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering were awarded the Best Paper Award and a $1000 prize this week at the 2018 International Symposium on Physical Design in Monterey, California. Now...Read More

2018 CSE Tutor Reunion Group Photo

Apr 13, 2018
Chancellor Khosla Attends 2018 CSE Tutor Reunion

Current and past CSE tutors, CSE faculty, CSE Alumni Advisory Board members, staff and guests attended the 2018 CSE Tutor Reunion at Atkinson Hall on April 13th. UC San Diego Chancellor Pradeep Khosla also came to the event and provided a Welcome Address. Attendees were able to network,...Read More

Device worn on bare stomach; hand holding phone with app

Mar 26, 2018
A wearable system to monitor the stomach's activity throughout the day

San Diego, Calif., March 26, 2018 — A team of researchers has developed a wearable, non-invasive system to monitor electrical activity in the stomach over 24 hours — essentially an electrocardiogram but for the gastro-intestinal (GI) tract.  Researchers have developed a wearable system...Read More

A HackXR student participant working on his team's PlatformXR virtual reality project. PlatformXR encourages users new to the VR environment to explore what's possible in the virtual world. Photo credit Robin Xu/ UC San Diego VR Club

Mar 13, 2018
UC San Diego Hosts Its First Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality Hackathon

By Betsy Meeker and Katherine Connor Anish Kannan, a fourth year computer science student at UC San Diego, had no interest in virtual reality (VR) until one fateful hackathon four years ago.  “When I was a freshman, I went to a virtual reality hackathon and it pretty much changed my college...Read More

Student works on his VR application in CSE's Virtual Reality Lab.

Jan 30, 2018
Students Launch Hackathon for Virtual, Mixed and Augmented Reality

Welcome to HackXR. The student-run Virtual Reality Club at the University of California San Diego is launching the university’s first-ever hackathon devoted exclusively to software programming for what they call ‘Extended Reality’ (XR) applications. Navigating a VR environment in the Virtual...Read More

The UC San Diego online courses on edX teach out to use algorithms to decode graphs.

Jan 29, 2018
UC San Diego Launches edX Online MicroMasters® in Algorithms and Data Structures

The online courses include Graph Algorithms as well as Graph Algorithms for Genome Sequencing and six more. Eight-course online program helps students master algorithmic programming techniques – and get a job The University of California San Diego is launching an online series of courses...Read More

Computer Science alumnus Jee Manghani (B.S. '96) is now a candidate for Rancho Santa Fe School Board.

Jan 29, 2018
CSE Alumnus Runs for School Board

UC San Diego computer science alumnus Jee Manghani (B.S. ’96), spent 20 years in commercial software development, including six years at General Atomics, before eventually becoming an entrepreneur and general partner in Soledad Investment, a value-investing partnership. Now he is Chief Executive...Read More

Ph.D. Candidate Jose Navas Molina set to defend his dissertation on microbiome visualization.

Jan 23, 2018
Making Pipelines and Large Processing Microbial Community Studies Available to Any User, Any Time, Any Place

CSE Ph.D. Candidate José Navas Molina is set to be the first Computer Science student to stage the final defense of his doctoral dissertation in 2018. His advisor, CSE and Pediatrics professor Rob Knight, will chair a faculty committee that includes fellow CSE professors Vineet Bafna, Larry Smarr,...Read More