Congratulations to Prof. Santosh Nagarakatte, who has just been awarded the prestigious NSF CAREER award for his project entitled “CAREER: Semantics, Abstractions, and Tools for a Pragmatic Verified LLVM Compiler.” The grant runs for a period of 5 years, from … more
The paper by Anshumali Shrivastava and Ping Li on “Asymmetric LSH (ALSH) for Sub-linear Time Maximum Inner Product Search (MIPS)” has won the “NIPS 2014 Best Paper Award”. The MIPS problem has widespread applications in search, learning, and optimization. This … more
Congratulations to Prof. Ricardo Bianchini, who has been elevated to IEEE Fellow from 2015. The official citation for this honor is “for contributions to server and data center energy management”. More details, including the full class of 2015 fellows, are … more
Rebecca Wright was one of the participants in the NY Times “Room for Debate” on the very timely and important topic of “Keeping Credit Cards and Bank Account Data from Hackers”. See: http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2014/10/04/keeping-credit-cards-and-bank-account-data-from-hackers
An article by Rutgers math professor Bahman Kalantari has been selected for the prestigious collection The Best Writing on Mathematics: 2014 (published by Princeton University Press). His article, “The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra for Artists,” originally published in the Math … more
Congratulations to Prof. Endre Szemeredi, who has just added another entry to his long list of awards and honors with an honorary degree. He has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Honoris Causa from the University of Buenos Aires.
The Washington Post has an article dated November 9th, discussing Prof. Ahmad Elgammal’s work on applying computer science methods to the humanities. Click here for details: http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/on-it/can-an-algorithm-tell-us-who-influenced-an-artists/2014/11/09/adb0494c-636d-11e4-bb14-4cfea1e742d5_story.html
Congratulations to Prof. Rebecca Wright, who has just been awarded a new NSF grant for her project entitled ” CIRCLE: Catalyzing and Integrating Research, Collaboration, and Learning in Computing, Mathematics, and their Applications”. The $1 million grant runs for five … more