Emma Gray '17 says RCEL boosted her self-confidence and ability to lead.
Probabilistic bloom filters trained with artificial intelligence are bad news for fake news
The Andrew Ladd Memorial Excellence in Computer Science Fellowship was awarded to Jiarong Xing
He succeeds Luay Nakhleh, who is set to become dean of the George R. Brown School of Engineering
Kavraki elected to prestigious Academia Europaea Saturday, Sep. 12, 2020
Computer Science faculty member recognized for 'sustained academic excellence'
How computer science takes data science to the next level Wednesday, Sep. 9, 2020
Computer science allows us to actualize data science’s vast potential
The importance of graduate-level computer science in the 21st-century workplace Wednesday, Sep. 9, 2020
The right master’s degree will change your perspective, preparing you for careers in hot button sectors
NSF backs first community platform for smarter wireless Tuesday, Sep. 1, 2020
Rice computer scientist Ang Chen joins researchers developing tools to make networks, mobile applications more intelligent
Vardi, Baraniuk and researchers set sights on theory of deep learning Tuesday, Sep. 1, 2020
DOD-funded team is developing guiding principles for popular form of AI
Kavraki Named to ‘Top 50’ List of Women in Robotics Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2020
Computer Scientist recognized for "innovations redesigning the future of businesses worldwide."
Salvatore Testa: Mobile SDKs and Startups Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2020
Rice CS alumnus shares his experience with Square and making the move to new startup Persona.
Treangen Lab collaborates with Great Basin to design a novel SARS-CoV-2 test Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2020
Rice CS bioinformatics group aims to streamline development of COVID-19 testing.
FDA OKs manufacturer’s version of Rice ventilator Monday, Aug. 17, 2020
Rice Computer Science PhD student Thomas Herring led the development of the original control system and algorithm.
Second COVID Symposium Reveals Better Understanding of COVID-19 Wednesday, Jul. 22, 2020
The symposium, co-sponsored by the Rice Department of Computer Science and the Ken Kennedy Institute (K2I), brought together an international team of researchers investigating the COVID-19 pandemic and its potential treatment.