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Innovation and Community on Display at the CSE Winter Research Open House

Feb 14, 2020
Innovation and Community on Display at the CSE Winter Research Open House

The 2020 CSE Winter Research Open House was held on January 31 and, for anyone interested in learning about UC San Diego’s Computer Science and Engineering Department, this was the place to be. The event featured a keynote on augmented reality, two rounds of student research presentations, an...Read More


Building a New Generation of Software Programming Languages

Feb 13, 2020
Building a New Generation of Software Programming Languages

Nadia Polikarpova is a computer scientist who thinks outside the box. As an assistant professor in the Computer Science and Engineering Department, her novel approaches to automating software programming languages are earning her national recognition. Polikarpova is a recent recipient of the...Read More


Hee Rin Lee presents a demo during the 2018 Contextual Robotics Forum at UC San Diego.

Feb 13, 2020
Integrating robots in public and private spaces for the common good

San Diego, Calif., Feb. 5, 2020 -- UC San Diego alumna Hee Rin Lee, now an assistant professor in MSU’s Department of Media and Information, explores how we can integrate robots into our lives for social good, whether it be in a retirement community or a bustling factory. The roots of her research...Read More


Lim(b)itless in India: UC San Diego Students Travel Abroad to Empower Amputees

Feb 13, 2020
Lim(b)itless in India: UC San Diego Students Travel Abroad to Empower Amputees

In November, 2019, ten UC San Diego students filed into a bustling amputee clinic in Jaipur, India. On one side of the room, men and women, some bearing crutches, watched as their new limbs took shape under the staff’s careful hands. For many of them, a prosthetic limb represented the chance to...Read More


Algae Shown to Improve Gastrointestinal Health

Feb 13, 2020
Algae Shown to Improve Gastrointestinal Health

San Diego, Calif., Feb. 3, 2020 -- A widespread, fast-growing plant called Chlamydomonas reinhardtii is famous in scientific laboratories due to its position as the world’s most exhaustively studied algae. For decades, the green, single-celled organism, which primarily grows in wet soil, has...Read More


We Are CSE: Angelique Taylor, PhD ’21

Feb 7, 2020
We Are CSE: Angelique Taylor, PhD ’21

The rich diversity of research and perspectives found in UC San Diego's Department of Computer Science and Engineering makes it the thriving, supportive and world-class community it is today.  Angelique is a PhD student in the Healthcare Robotics Lab working under the direction of ...Read More


Ariana and Veronica

Feb 4, 2020
Two CSE Members Honored for Advocacy in Diversity and Inclusion

Two members of the Computer Science and Engineering Department (CSE) have been honored with Inclusive Excellence Awards from UC San Diego for their contributions to a more diverse and inclusive community. CSE Ph.D. student Ariana Mirian and CSE Undergraduate Affairs Manager Veronica Abreu...Read More


Alex C. Snoeren

Jan 29, 2020
UC San Diego Computer Scientist Alex C. Snoeren Elected IEEE Fellow

UC San Diego Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) Department professor and vice chair Alex C. Snoeren has been elected to the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Fellow class of 2020 for his “contributions to management and security of networked systems.” Recognition as an...Read More


Congrats Sorin Lerner: CSE’s 2018-19 Teacher of the Year

Jan 22, 2020
Congrats Sorin Lerner: CSE’s 2018-19 Teacher of the Year

Sorin Lerner, a tireless supporter of the Computer Science and Engineering Department, has been honored by the Jacobs School of Engineering as CSE Teacher of the year. Lerner, who is the department’s Vice Chair for Graduate Affairs, teaches a number of undergraduate and graduate courses and...Read More


Alan Turing Memorial Scholarship Recognizes Two Outstanding Scholars

Jan 8, 2020
Alan Turing Memorial Scholarship Recognizes Two Outstanding Scholars

Each year, the Center for Networked Systems (CNS)  awards the Alan Turing Memorial Scholarship  to one or more students for their academic commitment, particularly in networked systems, and their ongoing support for the LGBTQ community.   Read More...Read More