Rutgers is proud to announce the 4th annual NJ Computer Science Summit on Diversity and Scalability on November 1st, 2019. Prior summits have
HackRU Fall 2019 registration is open now at www.hackru.org!
HackRU is a 24-hour hackathon at Rutgers University. We welcome hundreds of students
MRS 2019 will be held on August 22-23 at the Rutgers Academic Building in New Brunswick, NJ, USA.
MRS is a new initiative of the IEEE RAS Technical
The CS Department held its second Conference on January 31, 2019. The Conference included a keynote talk, given by Mike Davies, The Director of
The Department of Computer Science is excited to welcome five new tenure-track faculty members.
Sungjin Ahn received his Ph.D. at the University of
Award Recipients & Class of 2018!
Rutgers is proud to announce the 3rd annual NJ Computer Science Summit on Diversity and Scalability on May 18th, 2018. Prior summits have provided
The CS Conference Awards Committee announced the best poster Awards, which recognize the research posters that shined in the inaugural CS
The Department of Computer Science is excited to announce that Dr. George Moustakides will be joining its ranks and will be co-directing the
The Department of Computer Science is excited to announce that the following three faculty members will be joining its ranks:
Dr. Mridul Aanjaneya
MSCS Awards 2017 Spring
Spring 2017 Graduating Class
Department of Computer Science
HackHERS is the annual women-centric and beginner oriented hackathon held every Spring right here at Rutgers University! Our goal is to create a
DATE: Friday, May 12th, 2017Location: Rutgers, Busch Campus, CoRE building Auditorium (Directions)Time: 8:00am - 4:30pm
Please register here
Professor Michael D. Grigoriadis graduated from Robert College in Istanbul in 1958 with a degree in Civil Engineering. He emigrated to US in 1958 to
The Department of Computer Science is deeply saddened to report that Prof. Liviu Iftode passed away on February 16, 2017. Liviu was a beloved and
While other analytical degree programs adapt to the advent of Big Data, the MSDS program within the Computer Science department is designed from the
The real-time data feeds from these two large-scale platforms present unprecedented opportunities for us to study vehicular networking at
Summary of the project:
Outdoor robots, such as search-and-rescue robots and planetary rovers, often need to grasp and push objects such as debris and rocks that
HackRU is the biannual, 24-hour hackathon at Rutgers University. It is the largest educational event hosted at Rutgers, and the second
The CAVE has ten iLab computers, couches, chairs, a ten person bungee conference room table, large amounts of whiteboard space and a 60" LCD HDTV
We introduce a new mobile sensor scheduling problem involving a robot tasked to monitor several events occurring at spatially distributed locations. Of
Next-generation steering algorithms will need to support thousands of believable individual agents, capable of steering in very challenging
We present ADAPT, a flexible platform for designing and authoring functional, purposeful human characters in a rich virtual environment. Our
We propose an event-centric planning framework for directing interactive narratives in complex 3D environments populated by virtual humans. Events
The increasing availability of low-cost, compliant and human-friendly manipulators allows robots, such as Rethink Robotics'
We approach the challenging problem of discovering influences between painters based on their fine-art paintings. In this work, we focus on
Following a heart attack or the development of some cardiovascular diseases, the movement of the heart walls during the cardiac cycle may change,
Accurate face tracking and 3D head pose prediction (shown in top left as a 3D vector of pitch, yaw and tilt) while the face is making various facial
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