The University of North Texas advertisement in The Chronicle of Higher Education features Rada Mihalcea, associate professor of computer science and engineering and recipient of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.
The Council of Engineering Organizations is hosting its annual celebration of National Engineers Week February 21-25 to promote and educate others about the field of engineering as a profession.
CSE students are invited to join the celebration. See the schedule HERE for more information.
The open round for NACLO will take place Friday, February 11, in the same place and at the same time as scheduled before. For additional information, please see the NACLO local website http://lit.csci.unt.edu/index.php/NACLO_2011.
High school students working on the problems given during NACLO 2010.
The regional competition for the North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad will be hosted on February 2, 2011 by the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. Rada Mihalcea, Associate Professor, and Genene Murphy, Student Assistant, supervise the event, along with Carmen Banea, Samer Hassan, and Ben Leong.
More than 35 high school students are registered to compete in this first round of competition. NACLO is an educational competition in Computational Linguistics, the science of designing computer algorithms to solve linguistic problems. It challenges students to develop strategies for tackling problems in real languages and formal symbolic systems.
Welcome to UNT's Department of Computer Science and Engineering for the Spring 2011 semester! This is my second year as Interim Chair. Be sure to check this website and the student email newsletters that we'll be sending out during the semester. Good luck with all of your classes!
Santa Claus came from the North Pole a little early this year to visit the CSE Department. Santa stopped by to chat with Dr. Ian Parberry to find out who has been naughty or nice. Santa left with a big smile on his face so that is a good sign that everyone has been nice this year!
Happy Holidays to all in the CSE Department!
Dr. Krishna Kavi, Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, will present a CSE Department Seminar on Friday, November 19, at 11:00 a.m. in the main department conference room, F223. His presentation is SDF - An Architectural Framework for Multicore Processors.
The topic of the seminar will be multicore and multithreaded architectures which have received considerable attention over the past few years. However, current implementations rely on conventional programming paradigms and require complex static or dynamic transformations of programs into concurrent threads. This requires either complex hardware to detect data and control hazards to reorder and issue multiple instructions, or complex compiler techniques.