We're Hiring!

We are searching for two open-rank professor positions. The first position is for machine learning, natural language processing, or artificial intelligence. The second is for visualization, human-computer interaction, virtual/augmented reality, or algorithms. We seek diverse applicants whose research interests are in any aspects of these areas.

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Questions? Contact us at hire@cs.ucr.edu

We are searching for multiple lecturer positions - talented and enthusiastic teachers with interest and experience in teaching lower division computer science classes. Positions are available for Spring, Summer, and Fall 2019. Positions will remain open until filled or December 31st, 2019. Applications will be reviewed as received. Interested individuals should apply by registering at https://aprecruit.ucr.edu/JPF01069.

Department News

CSE student's paper reports vulnerabilities in DNS; interviewed on major Arabic TV stations
CSE student's paper reports vulnerabilities in DNS; interviewed on major Arabic TV stations
CSE PhD student Fatemah Alharbi was interviewed by major TV Arabic stations including Alarabiya after discovering a vulnerability in DNS affecting Linux, Windows and MacOS working with Prof's Zhiyun Qian and Nael Abu-Ghazaleh.
Prof. Papalexakis featured at the NVIDIA AI podcast
Prof. Papalexakis featured at the NVIDIA AI podcast
Prof. Papalexakis featured at the NVIDIA AI podcast discussing tensors and their application on detecting misinformation on the Web.
Faculty members receive NSF award for NoSQL study
Faculty members receive NSF award for study on NoSQL databases
CSE professors Vagelis Hristidis (PI), Ahmed Eldawy and Vassilis Tsotras received a $1,350,000 NSF award to study the performance of NoSQL databases. This is a collaborative grant, jointly with UCI, totaling $1,950,000. UCR is the lead institution.
BioScript: Safe programming on Laboratories-on-a-Chip awarded distinguished paper award!
BioScript: Safe programming on Laboratories-on-a-Chip awarded distinguished paper award!
Ph.D. students Jason Ott and Tyson Loveless, working with Chris Curtis, Dr. Mohsen Lesani, and Dr. Philip Brisk have developed a new programming language aimed at making the lives of chemists and biologists safer and easier...
Magdy awarded CSforAll grant for geo-computation outreach
Dr. Magdy awarded a CSforAll grant for his work on geo-computation outreach to students
Prof. Amr Magdy from Computer Science and Engineering Dept. and Prof. Sergio Rey from Center for Geospatial Sciences has been awarded an NSF CSforAll grant in collaboration with the American Association of Geographers and...
UCR team winning the $1 million NSF grant on geospatial analytics
New $1 million NSF grant secured by UCR researchers
UCR team consisting of Amr Magdy and Vassilis Tsotras from CSE, and Serge Rey and Ran Wei from Center for Geospatial Sciences wins the NSF award titled "Scalable Geospatial Analytics for Social Science...
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Weiteng Chen and Prof. Zhiyun Qian
Unfixable security vulnerability covered by ACM
The USENIX Security work done by PhD student Weiteng Chen and Prof. Zhiyun Qian got covered by ACM TechNews and Communications of ACM. The vulnerability allows a blind attacker to hijack TCP connections...
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Khaled Khasawneh
Khasawneh invited to give a talk at IBM Research workshop
Khaled Khasawneh (CS PhD) has been invited to give a talk at the 2018 IBM Workshop on Architectures for Secure, Cognitive, and Datacenter Computing, held at IBM Research in Yorktown, NY.  This workshop is an...
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Upcoming Events

CSE Graduate Open House
December 1, 2018 @ 10:00 am
Winston Chung 205/206
Attend our CSE graduate open house on Saturday, December 1, 2018! Connect with graduate students, alumni, faculty, and more.  
COLLOQUIUM: Sequence to Sequence Learning and its Applications
November 30, 2018 @ 11:10 am
Bourns A125
Yonghui Wu, Google, Inc.  
COLLOQUIUM: Actor-Oriented Database Systems (Distinguished Lecture Series)
November 16, 2018 @ 11:10 am
Bourns A125
Philip A. Bernstein, Microsoft Research
COLLOQUIUM: Whole Genome Sequencing for Rare Disease
November 09, 2018 @ 11:10 am
Bourns A125
Semyon Kruglyak, Illumina, Inc.

Facts and Impacts

22:1
student to faculty ratio
$8M
new research grants per year
15, 12
IEEE/ACM/AAAS Fellows and NSF Career Awardees
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