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CSE professors awarded NSF Formal Methods in the Field grant
Manu Sridharan and Philip Brisk from CSE and Prof. William H. Grover from Bioengineering awarded an interdisciplinary grant from the NSF Formal Methods in the Field on programmable microfluidic chips.
CSE professors won a $10 million collaborative USDA grant
As part of a larger team at UCR and collaborating institutions, CSE professor Vagelis Papalexakis and Ahmed Eldawy won a grant from USDA on developing AI for sustainable agriculture
CSE endorses the BCOE statement "We Stand in Solidarity"
Faculty, teachers, and staff of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering wholeheartedly endorse and support the BCOE statement ”We Stand in Solidarity”
CSE Prof. Manu Sridharan receives Google Faculty Research Award
Google has just announced that Prof. Manu Sridharan will receive a Faculty Research Award for 2019-2020 for his work on "Practical Pluggable Type Introduction".
CSE student’s paper is chosen for IEEE Micro Top Picks 2020
The work by Prof. Hung-Wei Tseng and his students has been selected for IEEE Micro's Top Picks from the 2020 Computer Architecture Conferences.
RoseHack (a women centric hackathon) held last month at UCR
The Women in Computing (WinC) and Society of Women Engineerings (SWE) held RoseHack, a 24-hour hackathon, on Jan. 18th - 19th, at UCR.
CSE Prof. Mohsen Lesani receives NSF CAREER award
Professor Lesani received the NSF CAREER award for his work on "Distributed System Synthesis on Certified Middleware".
CSE Prof. Jiasi Chen receives NSF CAREER award
Professor Chen received the NSF CAREER award https://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1942700 for her work on "Networked Multi-User Augmented Reality for Mobile Devices".
Team from CSE and collaborators receive Best Paper Award
The team from CSE, PhD student Mohammad Jahanian, Professors K. K. Ramakrishnan and Amr Magdy, along with their collaborators from Japan received best paper award at ICT-DM
Best paper awarded to a CSE team at ACM Spatial Gems
A paper by Prof. Ahmed Eldawy and PhD candidate Tin Vu was selected as the best paper at the ACM Spatial Gems Workshop 2019 in Chicago.
UCR underg team wins national GEICO hackathon competition
The UCR team -- Aditya Acharya, Eric Ong, John Shin, and William Shiao -- won the grand prize of $3400 or $850 per team member.
CSE students and professors selected as finalists for best paper award in ACM Sensys 2019
CSE PhD students Kittipat Apicharttrisorn, Xukan Ran, working with CSE Professors Jiasi Chen and Srikanth Krishnamurthy, and Prof. Amit Roy-Chowdhury (ECE), were finalists for the best paper award in ACM Sensys 2019
CSE student and Professor's work selected among best papers in ACM SIGSPATIAL 2019
CSE student Abdulaziz and Prof. Magdy's paper is selected among best papers in ACM SIGSPATIAL 2019
CSE student and professor receive best student paper award
CSE PhD student Mohammad Jahanian and Prof. K. K. Ramakrishnan received the best student paper award in the 6th ACM conference on Information Centric Networking
CSE Student Yu-Ching Hu Received Best Paper Honorable Mention Award in MICRO 2019
PhD Student Yu-Ching Hu, working with Prof. Hung-Wei Tseng (cooperating faculty of CSE), received Best Paper Honorable Mention Award in the 52nd IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Microarchitecture
CSE student Weiteng Chen received Applied Networking Research Prize
CSE PhD student Weiteng Chen, working with Prof. Zhiyun Qian, received the Applied Networking Research Prize from Internet Research Task Force for his work on the inherent design flaw of Wi-Fi networks.
CSE Prof. Yin, Prof. Song and their students received best paper award
PhD Students Jinghan Wang, Yue Duan (now a postdoc at Cornell) and Wei Song working with Prof. Heng Yin and Prof. Chengyu Song received the best paper award of RAID 2019.
NSF awards $2 Million to renew support of AsterixDB
Vassilis Tsotras and Ahmed Eldawy, professors of computer science and engineering will receive $860,000 as a part of a $2 Million grant from NSF to enrich AsterixDB in collaboration with UCI.
CSE Prof. Amr Magdy has received NSF CRII award
Professor Amr Magdy has been awarded a new NSF grant to explore "Scalable Noise-filtering and Community Queries on User-generated Data".
1.2 Million NSF award for Efficient Collaborative Perception
CSE professors as part of a UCR team have been awarded a new 1.2 million NSF grant on "Efficient Collaborative Perception over Controllable Agent Networks"
CSE's paper recognized as a SIGPLAN Research Highlight
CSE students and professors's work in OOPSLA 2018 is recognized as a SIGPLAN Research Highlight: BioScript: Programming Safe Chemistry on Laboratories-on-a-chip
CSE's CS4ALL Summer Code Camp for High School Students
The CSE department hosted local high school students for the 3rd annual CS4ALL Code Camp.
CSE Prof. Eldawy's group releases UCR STAR
CSE Professor Ahmed Eldawy and his group released UCR STAR, the UCR Spatio-Temporal Active Repository.
CSE Prof. Stefano Lonardi's team sequenced the toughest pea
CSE Professor Stefano Lonardi and his graduate students sequenced and assembled the genome of the world's toughest bean
CSE student and prof received best poster award @ ICDIS 2019
CSE graduate student Uday Singh Saini and CSE professor Vagelis Papalexakis receive the best poster award at the 2019 International Conference on Data Intelligence and Security.
CSE professor Zhiyun Qian interviewed for cryptojacking
CSE professor Zhiyun Qian interviewed for the latest cryotojacking threat (by Barracuda MSP).
UC Riverside students analyzed county’s homeless survey data
The Riverside County Department of Public Social Services received some welcome help from UC Riverside with the 2019 point-in-time, or PIT, count of homeless residents.
Two CS students awarded to attend Grace Hopper Celebration
Ph.D. students Hoda Naghibijouybari, Shaghayegh Gharghabi, and undergraduate student Katherine Legaspi have been awarded the scholarship to attend the Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC) 2019.
BCOE undergrads perform data analytics for Riverside County
BCOE undergraduates take charge of Riverside County PIT Count data analytics
CSE professor mentioned in the news
Assistant Professor Vagelis Papalexakis was mentioned in The Guardian regarding the false information provided YouTube due to inaccurate machine learning results
CSE Prof. Eamonn Keogh won his 2nd Google Faculty Award
Google has just announced that Dr. Eamonn Keogh will be awarded a Faculty Research Award for 2019.
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 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
CSE hires a new faculty in software engineering
Professor Sridharan received his PhD from the University of California, Berkeley in 2007. His dissertation focused on refinement-based program analysis tools.
New attacks on graphics processors discovered by UCR researchers
Computer scientists at the University of California, Riverside have revealed for the first time how easily attackers can use a computer’s graphics processing unit, or GPUs.
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