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  • Minnes Joins CSE Teaching Faculty

    In a note to the CSE community today, Chair Rajesh Gupta said he is "thrilled to announce that Dr. Mia Minnes has accepted position of a lecturer in the LPSOE series."  Minnes received a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Cornell in 2008, and she was a CLE Moore Instructor at MIT.

  • CSE Students Win Moxie Center PitchFest Award

    You don't have to be in grad school or even an upper-division undergrad to win a business pitch competition. Take the winning team of CSE freshmen who won the Audience Choice Award on April 14 in the Moxie Center's PitchFest.

  • Record Applications Lead to 44% Higher Admission Offers

    The popularity of computer science in general, and in the Computer Science and Engineering department at UC San Diego as a hot destination for graduating high school seniors, resulted in a record number of applications from students eager to become part of CSE’s freshman class in September.

  • 'Poster Boys' for Computer Science and Engineering

    The Jacobs School of Engineering Research Expo 2014 is now history, including heavy turnout of visitors eager to stroll through the crowded aisles between roughly 200 research posters. Graduate students provided commentary on their respective posters, and in the end, a panel of judges awarded first prizes and honorable mentions for each of the six Jacobs School departments.

  • UCSD-TV Begins Airing Big Data Symposium

    For anyone who missed the recent Big Data at Work Symposium in March, now you can watch it on-demand. Two of the four speakers are CSE faculty members: Prof. Stefan Savage and Prof. Larry Smarr.

  • Apply to Moxie Center Incubator Program and Compete for $20,000

    There's still time for UC San Diego student startups to apply for the Moxie Center Incubator Program in order to be eligible to compete in this year's $20,000 Zahn Prize competition on May 21. The deadline for applications is this Wednesday, April 23 at noon. For more on the Zahn Prize, see below.

  • Computer Software Accurately Predicts Student Test Performance

    Results of a new study led by CSE alumnus Jacob Whitehill (Ph.D., '12) demonstrates that a real-time, automatic method for identifying and analyzing facial expressions can perform with an accuracy comparable to that of human observers when tracking how engaged students are in the classroom.

  • Professor Zhou: "Inventor and Mentor"

    CSE Prof. Yuanyuan (YY) Zhou (at left) took time out to attend the first-ever Celebration of Women in Computing in Southern California April 5-6 in Carlsbad. And according to a profile in the UCSD Guardian by Raquel Calderon, Zhou spent Saturday afternoon "standing before an audience full of young, aspiring female engineers to share her experiences."
     


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