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Computer Science Thesis Presentations 2014

Students will be presenting their research on Monday, May 19 at 9:00 am in TCL 202. 9:00 am Daniel Seita – Building Sum-Product Networks Probabilistic inference is the process of determining the probability of an event given some evidence. While techniques based on probabilistic graphical models have… Continue reading »

Prof. Morgan McGuire receives award at 2014 ACM Symposium

Prof. Morgan McGuire and his coauthor Louis Bavoil of NVIDIA were awarded the best paper presentation award at the 2014 ACM Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics and Games for their work on Weighted, Blended Order-Independent Transparency, published in the Journal of Computer Graphics Techniques. Their work advances the… Continue reading »

TA Applications due April 18

The Computer Science Department is now accepting applications for teaching assistants and tutors for Fall 2014 semester. We are interested in finding TAs for classes ranging from our introductory classes to our upper-level core classes and electives. You may be a TA for any class you have completed (or CS 134), and we encourage… Continue reading »