• We are pleased to congratulate Daniel Spokoyny on his outstanding achievement of being selected to receive the Chancellor's Award for Excellent in Undergraduate Research.

  • Professor and Department Vice Chair Ömer Eğecioğlu has been a Computer Science Department faculty member at UC Santa Barbara since 1985. He also holds a joint-appointment in UCSB's College of Creative Studies (CCS).  

  • Venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB) partners with the brightest entrepreneurs to turn disruptive ideas into world-changing businesses. KPCB has helped build and accelerate growth at pioneering companies like Amazon, Google, Lending Club, Nest, Twitter, Uber, and Mandiant.

  • Featuring keynote speaker Jeffrey Dean, the second annual summit.cs offered a full day of sharing ideas and making connections among students, faculty, alumni, and industry partners. Attendees converged on Corwin Pavilion for Dean's standing room only presentation. 

     

  • Having wrapped up his duties as principal architect of this year's summit.cs, Prof. Giovanni Vigna offers his take on the well-attended event. 

  • As the first faculty member hired into the Computer Science Department when it was formed in 1979, Professor Richard "Dick" Kemmerer shares an engaging look back.  

  • Nicole McCoy joins Department of Computer Science

  • Augmented reality (AR) is one of today's most fascinating and future-oriented areas of computer science and technology. By overlaying computer-generated information on views of the real world, AR amplifies human perception and cognition in remarkable new ways. Do you like the virtual first-down line in football games on TV? That's AR. And AR apps are rapidly coming to billions of smartphones, too. Working in AR requires knowledge from diverse disciplines, including computer vision, computer graphics, and human-computer interaction (HCI).

  • In a competition considered the Olympics of hacking, UC Santa Barbara’s resident hackers took home the bronze this year.

  • During the Winter 2017 quarter, Dr. Mirza will be teaching CMPSC 16 (Problem Solving with Computers-I), and conducting a pilot tutor-training program. Prior to UCSB, Dr. Mirza was an Assistant Adjunct Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at UC San Diego, where she received her PhD and MS in Computer Engineering. 

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