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CS Chair and WiCS on "UI neuroscientist empowers women to code"

Postdoctoral neuroscientist Victoria Muller Ewald is starting a coding boot camp to encourage more students to learn the skill. She also mentors graduate students and has been involved in various coding initiatives.

UI professor [Hourcade] had close-up view of 2020 census trials, triumphs

It’s like launching an Apollo program every 10 years, and a University of Iowa professor who was an adviser to the U.S. Census Bureau thinks that despite political and pandemic challenges, the 2020 census landed successfully.

DMPL|NEA Big Read 10/7 Keynote: Hourcade on "Giving Ourselves Superpowers"

NASA grants research fellowship to UI grad student to track nighttime air quality

UI Colleges of Engineering and Liberal Arts and Sciences receive accreditation for computer science and engineering joint program

The computer science and engineering major at the University of Iowa has received its inaugural accreditation this year from the Engineering and the Computing Accreditation Commissions of ABET, which is the worldwide gold standard for producing graduates ready to enter critical technical fields. Run jointly by the Departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science, the UI’s Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) program is one of 13 in the nation and is only one of two of its kind in the Big 10.

Celebrating 2021-22 Scholarship Award Recipients

The University of Iowa Department of Computer Science recognizes this academic year’s scholarship recipients.

CS Faculty Member Guanpeng Li Awarded Best Paper Award at IEEE/IFIP DSN Conference

Dr. Guanpeng Li is an assistant professor who works in system dependability in the Computer Science Department at the University of Iowa. Along with his collaborators, Dr. Li has recently published a paper: “PID-Piper: Recovering Robotic Vehicles from Physical Attacks”. This paper was awarded the Best Paper Award at the recent IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN), 2021 -- number one out of nearly 300 total submissions this year. DSN is the flagship venue in the area of dependability research.

Professor Doug Jones on Voting Security (Developing)

UI Computer Science Associate Professor Doug Jones, whose expertise is "Voting technology, how we came to vote using technology, voting system acquisition and evaluation"...
2021 CAV Award recipient portraits

Stump and Tinelli 2021 CAV Award Recipients for SMT Work