The BU Computer Science Corporate Partners Research Open House is an excellent opportunity to get a concrete feel for the research profile of the Computer Science Department at Boston University. Corporate Partners Day 2015 is on Friday, March 20th, 12:30pm – 5pm.
Aaron Stevens has “flipped” his CS 108 classroom to better balance the material he has to cover with the class hours per semester.
A day-long workshop featuring 30 talks by computer vision researchers, covering a broad range of topics.
More information is available on the Event Website
Professors John Byers (CAS Computer Science) and Georgios Zervas (SMG), as well as PhD candidate Davide Proserpio (CAS Computer Science) are featured in the New York Times about their research on the sharing economy, specifically Airbnb.
Mikhail Breslav and Diane Theriault, both PhD candidates in the Computer Science Department, were in an article about the research they have done as part of AIRFOILS (for Animal-Inspired Robust Flight with Outer and Inner Loop Strategies).
At BU, the Data Science Initiative is mining mountains of data to uncover new information and transform our approaches to everything from health care and business to design and communications.
Professors Sharon Goldberg and Leo Reyzin received a 25k grant from Verisign Labs to fund the development of NSEC5, a proposed modification of the DNSSEC protocol.
The Smart-city Cloud-based Open Platform & Ecosystem (SCOPE) will develop cloud computing–based services and products to solve urban problems ranging from traffic congestion to dirty air with a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Why is it taking so long to secure internet routing? has been published in Volume 57, Number 10 of Communications of the ACM.