CS at U.Va.
The U.Va. Department of Computer Science is a nationally recognized leader in computer science research and education. Our department includes 40 + faculty members, 120 graduate students and over 1,000 undergraduates. Faculty are active in fundamental computer science and engineering research and are engaged in interdisciplinary initiatives with scientists, humanists, engineers in other disciplines and medical personnel.
Our graduate students transition from students to collaborators through participation in world-class research projects. Our undergraduates are involved in research and are enriched by an integrated and challenging curriculum.
Co-Sponsors: Department of Computer Science, Data Science Institute, Department of Economics
Deep Motif: Visualizing and Understanding Genomic Sequences Using Deep Neural Networks
Software Challenges for Extreme Scale Systems, or how to play the End-Game for Moore's Law
What happens in Vegas doesn't always stay in Vegas: Winning 2nd Prize in DARPA's Cyber Grand Challenge
WalkSense: Classifying Home Occupancy States Using Walkway Sensing
Interpreted Formalism: Towards System Assurance and the Real-World Semantics of Software
Towards Automatic Metadata Inference for Sensors in Buildings
Improving Spectrum-based Fault Localization using Unnaturalness of Bug
Toward Robust and Accurate Human Activity Recognition using Wearable Sensors
Jay Taneja: "Creating Cyber-Physical and Mobile Systems For Improving Sustainable Electricity Delivery in the Industrialized and Developing World"
Collaborative Model Adaptation for Personalized Sentiment Classification
Collaborative Localization Using Wireless Sensor Networks
First-Order Modeling Frameworks for Power-Efficient and Reliable Multiprocessor System
Improving Program Acceptability Through Source Code Transformations
RAPID Programming of Pattern-Recognition Processors
N-Prog: A Framework for Proactive Coarse-Grained Diversity
Finding and Fixing Bugs in LiquidHaskell
Demystifying secure computation: familiar abstractions for efficient protocols
Hidden Topic Sentiment Model
Evolving Networks: Structure & Dynamics
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- CAP Researcher won the Best in Session for work on RAPID programming language at TECHCON2016
- Mark Sherriff wins Computer Science and Engineering Undergraduate Teaching Award - interview
- Our CS team won $1 million in National Cybersecurity Challenge!
- Congratulations to Prof. Jim Cohoon for being selected for the Harold Morton Jr. Undergraduate Teaching Award