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

Chipara et al. "Comparing Population Coverage between Hearing Aids Using Presets vs Bose CustomTune™"

Hearing aids sold directly to consumers must provide an interface that enables users to select their preferred gain profile.

Nithyanand|Ekdale "Algorithms and Social Media" Obermann Working Group renewed for 2021-22

This group brings together scholars from the humanities, social sciences, and STEM sciences to explore the functioning and implications of large data generated by social networking applications.

CS Faculty and Staff recognized by Graduating Class

The full list of recognized faculty and staff included the following from the UI Computer Science Department:...

Alumni News: Evidation Health Is Santa Barbara’s Latest Billion-Dollar Baby [A. Signorini PhD '14]

“My car has a sensor that tells me when the left front tire is low. Can’t we have something like that for our bodies?

Alumni News: Opera hires PayPal and WeChat Pay veteran Allen Hu ['96 MS CS] as new EVP of its fintech arm, Dify

"Allen's expertise will be invaluable in helping us drive the fintech division and achieve our ambition to continue to bring new services to market under the Dify brand."...

CLAS: "Garrett Morris and Kyle Rector of Computer Science earn prestigious NSF CAREER awards."

Morris’s funded project will improve software reliability and programmer productivity; Rector’s will help make virtual reality accessible for people with vision impairments.