News from Computer Science
Article ItemVirginia Tech graduate students team up with D.C. transit to help enhance customer service , article
The study, a project in the UrbComp certificate program administered by the Discovery Analytics Center, is one of the first steps in connecting WMATA’s Rush Hour Promise to underlying service disruptions.
Article ItemVirginia Tech team one of eight to compete in international autonomous vehicle competition , article
Fifteen Virginia Tech faculty, undergraduates, and graduate engineering students will travel to Yuma, Arizona, with an autonomous vehicle they built for the first-ever AutoDrive Challenge Competition.
Article ItemCollege of Engineering inducts six members into the Academy of Engineering Excellence , article
The academy consists of 152 alumni out of Virginia Tech's approximately 67,000 living engineering alumni who have achieved exceptional career successes.
Article ItemTriple major, undergraduate researcher Arianna Krinos wins 2018 Goldwater Scholarship , article
Krinos is majoring in biological sciences, computational modeling and data analytics, and computer science.
Article ItemRolls-Royce, Wings Club executives on campus Thursday, April 19 , article
Hear Chief Executive Officer of Rolls-Royce North America and Wings Club executive Marion Blakey’s perspective on the many career opportunities that exist in aviation, aerospace, and defense and where the industry is heading.
Article ItemVirginia Tech cybersecurity team wins first place in Deloitte cyber threat competition , article
The interdisciplinary team of Virginia Tech students won the competition for their analysis and incident response approach to a simulated cyberattack.
Article ItemMars explorer and computer science alumnus’ career defined by curiosity and opportunity , article
Opportunity and Curiosity are not only the names of two of Dave Lavery’s Mars Exploration Rovers, they are apt descriptors of his career path as an alumnus of the Virginia Tech Department of Computer Science.
Article ItemUrban computing program provides Ph.D. students with valuable skills to address problems faced by cities , article
The UrbComp certificate program is supported through a grant of nearly $3 million from the National Science Foundation Research Traineeship Program and administered through the Discovery Analytics Center.
Article ItemVirginia Tech alumnus to speak about the new age of blockchain technology March 20 , article
Dan Larimer '03 will share his experiences as a serial entrepreneur at the forefront of cultural change and emerging technologies.
Article ItemB. Aditya Prakash receives NSF CAREER award to find data-driven network strategies to enhance national security and public health , article
The assistant professor of computer science and faculty member at the Discovery Analytics Center is also committed to strengthening the big data and mining curriculum for Virginia Tech students.
Article ItemXun (Steve) Jian appointed assistant professor of computer science , article
Jian’s lab seeks to discover how computer architecture can become more reliable and secure while maintaining high performance and energy efficiency.
Article ItemWith traveling clinic, Virginia Tech to take autism services to rural Virginia , article
From spring through November, faculty and graduate students will drive an RV, converted into a mobile clinic, to far Southwest Virginia to offer therapy and other services for children with autism spectrum disorder.
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