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Computer science and engineering students take 6th at programming competition
November 25, 2013 • Staff Report
Students from the student chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery placed 6 out of more than 70 teams at the regional programming competition at Brigham Young University in October.
Dr. David Feil-Seifer joins Computer Science and Engineering Department
September 30, 2013 • By Kirstin Swagman
New assistant professor focuses on developing robotic systems that can help in health care, therapeutic settings
Navatar Glass App may help blind individuals navigate indoor environments
September 30, 2013 • By Mike Wolterbeek
Navatar, a technology developed in the Engineering Department to help the blind navigate indoor environments, may become more usable, accurate and non-obtrusive using the popular wearable computing technology called Google Glass.
New unmanned autonomous systems minor degree offered by College of Engineering in spring semester
September 20, 2013 • By Mike Wolterbeek
New unmanned autonomous systems minor degree offered by College of Engineering.
Folmer earns competitive Google Research Award
August 23, 2013 • Staff Report
Computer Science and Engineering professor's project one of only three cited in official announcement of award
New research to explore game approach to network management
August 1, 2013 • Staff Report
NSF-funded project to develop online management and experimentation system for large-scale networks in a game-like environment.
Dr. Shamik Sengupta joins Computer Science and Engineering Department
August 1, 2013 • Staff Report
New assistant professor has earned prestigious NSF CAREER award for his work on secure, cognitive radio devices.
Computer science and engineering research to study Internet growth
August 1, 2013 • Staff Report
New research project in computer science and engineering funds students to map the Internet and improve communication services.
$23 million research to study links between environment, water, solar energy
June 11, 2013 • By Mike Wolterbeek
The University of Nevada, Reno will build the cyber foundation and provide scientific and technical expertise in a multi-institution, $23 million collaborative research project
Engineering seniors present innovative products, technical solutions
May 15, 2013 • By Kirstin Swagman
Seniors in the departments of computer science and engineering and electrical engineering presented capstone design projects to engineering community members and peers.
Computer science and engineering alums share career advice with students
April 29, 2013 • By Kirstin Swagman
A group of six computer science and engineering alumni returned to campus on Friday to share career advice and insights with current students.
University professor receives $25,000 award from Microsoft Research
April 25, 2013 • By Abbie Walker
Eelke Folmer making strides in computer science and engineer profession.
Computer science and engineering student wins graduate award
December 28, 2012 • By Kirstin Swagman
Richard Kelley, robotics researcher and Ph.D. student, is recognized for his academic accomplishments and University service.
University putting the E into STEM, makes engineering a K-12 focus
October 30, 2012 • By Mike Wolterbeek
“Science in the K-12 Schools: Oh my.....do we have it WRONG!” lecture Nov. 8 at Davidson Mathematics and Science Center
Engineering students part of international exchange program in China
October 22, 2012 • By Mike Wolterbeek
Undergrads participated in an exclusive international summer camp for engineering students in China.
Engineering Dean Maragakis to travel to China, South Korea with Governor Sandoval
September 11, 2012 • By Mike Wolterbeek
Dean Maragakis will travel with the Governor's trade delegation to China and South Korea
Computer Science department researchers design indoor navigation system for blind
May 23, 2012 • By Mike Wolterbeek
Computer science engineering team Kostas Bekris and Eelke Folmer presented their indoor navigation system for visually impaired people at two national conferences.
Students gain professional experience through Microsoft contest and internships
May 2, 2012 • By Megan Akers
University students showcase programming skills in second annual Microsoft Licensing application contest for the Windows Phone 7; winner named May 9.
Computer science and engineering video game project to offer exercise for blind children
October 17, 2011 • By Mike Wolterbeek
Eelke Folmer receives $420,000 NSF grant to explore new avenues of research into exergames for blind
A Gathering of Friends
June 2, 2011 • By John Trent
The winner of the 2011 Tibbitts Award for distinguished teaching, Engineering Professor Sergiu Dascalu, emphasizes “making things simple” in the classroom.
New major prepares students for changing industry
May 12, 2011 • By Carolina Chacon
To meet the demands of the marketplace, the University of Nevada, Reno has combined disciplines and added a new major to its roster: computer science and engineering.
Student wins Microsoft WP7 contest with app
April 12, 2011 • By Misha Ray
Students from the University of Nevada, Reno continue to accomplish great things and Aaron Eastburg is one of those students.
Computer Science alum Ward to give talk on Stuxnet Worm
April 12, 2011 • By John Trent
Jonathan Ward will give a talk on the Stuxnet Worm for the College of Engineering’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering’s celebration of its graduates.
Symposium focuses on emerging games and gaming
July 1, 2010 • By John Trent
Similarities, key differences and what the next generation of computer games and gaming engineers can take away from each industry highlighted the discussions during the annual IGT-University of Nevada, Reno Computer Science and Engineering Symposium.
Brave New World
September 3, 2009 • By John Trent
University Computer Science and Engineering professors are playing a key role in national consortium to keep cyberspace safe from attacks by working on a risk management model that would include a simulation of cyber threats and other disruptions.
IGT symposium builds momentum for emerging technology
April 27, 2009 • By John Trent
There is a sense of momentum on the University of Nevada, Reno campus right now, one that is emanating strongly from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering in ways that could profoundly affect the region for decades to come.
Super Bowl of science fairs coming to Reno
February 19, 2009 • By Jane Tors
University faculty and staff are helping students explore science, with an eye toward the 2009 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.