UC Davis computer science major Ashwin Chembu collaborated with fellow UC students to develop Echo, an app that uses biometric information to authenticate identities online. The app took first prize in the Interactive Media track at HackMIT 2023.
Last month, Foram Shah, a University of California, Davis, computer science student, attended an invitation-only STEM conference and took home a first-place win and a $3,000 prize for SPEAK, a hand-held and low-cost language learning device.
With the next step in computer evolution on our doorstep, researchers are grappling with how the technology of today can facilitate designing the computers of tomorrow. Enter gem5, a computer simulation tool that could become a gateway to future generations of supercomputers.
As large language models like ChatGPT become more integrated into the human experience, Assistant Professor of Computer Science Muhao Chen wants to ensure that these tools are reliable, credible and protected.
New Computer Science Assistant Professor Caleb Stanford aims to solve problems from the ground up, from mentoring undergraduates to developing programming languages that nip issues with data processing in the proverbial bud.
Balint Szigeti Csucs, a third-year computer science and engineering major originally from Hungary, spent the first two years of his undergraduate experience exploring opportunities and building community.
This may come as no surprise to internet users that Amazon collects data from your interactions with Alexa and shares it with advertising partners to curate online ads. But Alexander Gamero-Garrido, a new assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science, proved this was the case.
Growing up in Norway, where 63,000 miles of coastline border the Norwegian Sea and 1,190 fjords guide waters further inland, new assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science Maike Sonnewald's connection to the ocean runs deep.
Dongyu Liu's website features the standard materials of an academic researcher: a CV, published research, a list of talks. But what catches the eye on Liu's site is a page of photos: Liu and his labmates at a lake retreat and on a ski trip; Liu's supervisor handing him a slice of cake at his graduation; a lab-wide breakfast after an all-nighter to hit a deadline.
Assistant Professor of Computer Science Setareh Rafatirad was announced as a recipient of the 2023 Chancellor's Fellowships for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion by Chancellor Gary S. May and the Academic Senate's Committee on Affirmative Action and Diversity.
The recognized project seeks to address malware issues inherent to the Internet of Things, or IoT, the system of physical objects that communicate with other devices over the Internet. These can range from modern thermostats to smartwatches and self-driving cars.