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computer science

  • Chandra Krintz and Rich Wolski discuss their project "Where's The Bear?"
    Chandra Krintz and Rich Wolski discuss their project "Where's The Bear?"

    Computer scientists tackle ecology — and help ecologists — by bringing machine learning into nature

  • Three professors earn prestigious recognition from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

  • UCSB computer scientist Chandra Krintz has moved closer to her goal of enabling smarter, more sustainable farming through technology

  • UC Santa Barbara cryptographer Stefano Tessaro receives a National Science Foundation CAREER Award

  • The Gevirtz School at UCSB answers Obama’s call with new curriculum for kids

  • UCSB computer scientists embark on a National Science Foundation-funded project to model online user behavior

  • With a $6.25 million MURI grant, researchers will examine what makes a group successful at transitioning from one task to another

  • researchers in the data component

    Researchers receive funding to deploy a new way to measure groundwater use and to help deal with the state’s water crisis

  • Abe Karplus with his Kinetic gloves

    College of Creative Studies student Abe Karplus gets a major crowdfunding boost for his artsy-techy Kinetic glove

  • Center incorporates faculty members from departments as varied as electrical engineering and English

  • This crop of NSF CAREER awardees include a chemical engineer, a computer scientist and a physicist

  • image of computer crash screen

    Computer scientist Tevfik Bultan seeks new ways to prevent and eliminate bugs in web-based software

  • UC Santa Barbara computer science professor Matthew Turk has been elected Fellow by the International Association for Pattern Recognition (IAPR).

  • Funded by an NSF grant, cryptologists will examine the little studied intersection between speed and security in online communications

  • photo of Android smartphone

    Computer scientists Christopher Kruegel and Giovanni Vigna receive a grant to study smartphone security issues.

  • Examining the past, present and potential future of computer-generated imagery — and academia's unsung role in filmmaking

  • In his prescient novel “1984,” English author George Orwell predicted a future that bears an uncanny resemblance to current reality — except for a simple twist.

  • The city of Macha, located in the southern province of Zambia in sub-Saharan Africa, has a population of roughly 130,000. It also has Internet connectivity, but for only a small group of users –– perhaps 300 in all.

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