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Distinguished Speaker Seminar on January 22

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering welcomes Dr. Lori Pollock as our first guest speaker for Spring 2016 on Friday, January 22, 2016. Her presentation will be on “Building Power Tools for Software Engineering through Natural Language Analysis of Software and Related Artifacts. Dr. Pollock is a Professor in Computer and Information Sciences at University of Delaware. For more information about her talk and her bio, please click here. Her presentation will be held at 11:30 am in NTDP F223. Everyone is invited to attend!

UNT CSE's research receives exposure at Oak Ridge National Lab


The Oak Ridge Leadership Computer Facility tool featured in "Finding New Ways to Optimize Code", utilizes Gleipnir, a plug-in that studies and analyzes data structure elements to understand the memory behavior of applications. Gleipnir was developed at the University of North Texas by Tomislav "Tommy" Janjusic and continued under OLCF funding during Janjusic’s postdoctoral appointment at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Dr. Janjusic (on the left) received his Ph.D. in Summer 2013 as a student of Professor Krishna Kavi (on the right). Dr. Janjusic left ORNL and is currently working at Melanox in Austin, Texas.

Congratulations to Fall 2015 Graduates from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Congratulations go to the Computer Science and Engineering Fall Graduates. A full list of our graduates can be seen here.

CSE Professor Ian Parberry named a Distinguished Scientist by ACM

Congratulations to Dr. Ian Parberry on being named a Distinguished Scientist by the ACM in 2015! The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the world’s leading association of computing professionals, has selected 49 computing leaders from ACM honors members working in the areas of education, engineering and science (see complete list at this ACM news release.

The 2015 ACM Distinguished Members are drawn from leading academic institutions, as well as corporate and national research laboratories around the world. The criteria for selection to the Distinguished Member grade include at least 15 years of professional experience, five years of continuous ACM membership, and significant accomplishments or impact within the computing field.

November CSE Student and Alumni Newsletters

The November CSE Department newsletters have been sent. The CSE Student newsletter is online HERE and the CSE Alumni Newsletter is online HERE.

CSE Database Students win DHISCO Big Data Challenge

Congratulations to students in the CSCE 4350 Database Systems class on winning the DHISCO Big Data Challenge held at UNT on November 12, 2015! Students analyzed a very large real-world set of hospitality and travel booking data and presented their insights into the dataset using custom visualization tools. Details about the contest are here.

The "SQL 6" team won the grand prize of $1500. Pictured (L to R) Sonali Surpur, Janet Sleiman, Connor Bey, Mary Omoyele, Austin Waters, course instructor Dr. Ryan Garlick, Courtney Cartwright (not pictured).

The "Charlie's Angels" team (Dan Biwer, Blake Miller, Charlie Pipes, and Michael Launius) received the award for best presentation, with a very nice interactive website for analyzing the data.

CSE Faculty and Students at Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing

The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing is the world’s largest gathering of women technologists. We are proud that 21 students and 5 faculty members from the UNT Department of Computer Science and Engineering will attend this event. On October 13, most of the group left on this bus from the Discovery Park parking lot and more were to be picked up in Lewisville. The Grace Hopper conference is expecting 12,000 people to attend this event which is being held October 14-16 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, TX. This Celebration of Women in Computing is produced by the Anita Borg Institute and presented in partnership with ACM. More information here.

Net-Centric IUCRC Industrial Advisory Board to meet on October 14

NSF Net-Centric & Cloud Software & Systems Industry and University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRC) will hold its Industrial Advisory Meeting on October 14, 2015 at the Gateway Center at the University of North Texas. NCSS IUCRC has been in operation for 6 years and has been conducting over $1M worth of research per year. Students that participated in IUCRC research have been employed by our industrial members or were offered internships. Dr. Krishna Kavi is the Director of the NCSS IUCRC. For more information, please see the website at http://netcentric.unt.edu/.

Dr. Armin Mikler to present 2015 Distinguished Research Lecture

Dr. Armin Mikler will give the 2015 Distinguished Research Lecture at the Salute to Faculty Excellence in Research and Creativity on September 30, 2015 from 3 to 5 pm in the Willis Library Forum (first floor). Congratulations to Dr. Mikler on receiving the 2015 Research Leadership Award sponsored by the UNT Office for Faculty Success and the Office of Research and Economic Development. All faculty and students are invited to attend this event! Please see this flyer and schedule for more information.

Distinguished Speaker Seminar on September 18

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering welcomes Mr. Gopal Rao as our first guest speaker for Fall 2015 on Friday, September 18, 2015. His presentation will be "Big Data Management in Advanced Semiconductor High Volume Manufacturing (HVM) Operations". Mr. Rao is currently the U.S. Chair for the Intelligent Manufacturing working group under the auspices of FUMEC (Fundación México Estados Unidos Para la Ciencia/The United States-Mexico Foundation for Science). His talk will be held at 11:30 am in NTDP F223. Everyone is invited to attend!

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