computer science

  • Videogame designer Tracy Fullerton brings the seminal work of Henry David Thoreau into the 21st century

    Videogame designer and CCS Transdisciplinary Fellow brings the seminal work of Henry David Thoreau into the 21st century

  • 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

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    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

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    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

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    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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