From BU Today – As a computer science major, Chloe Kaubisch was already looking for a tech internship last November when an opportunity surfaced at the Boston office of Red Hat. She knew the fast-growing company was the leading provider of open-source enterprise software, but what sealed it for her was the chance to work on ChRIS Research […]
From BU Today – On a recent afternoon, 25 young high school women gathered in a BU computer science (CS) classroom to learn about artificial intelligence (AI). Half of them were learning the basics of Computer Vision for American Sign Language alphabet recognition. They watched as a photograph of a house transformed on-screen into a […]
Congratulations to Harsh Patel (CAS ’19) and his team for winning the Health Track at HackRice, a hackathon held at Rice University in Houston, Texas from September 22 – 24th. Harsh and his teammates built a medical device for individuals with dementia and alzheimer’s, using just a Raspberry Pi Kit and less than $50 of materials, and […]
CS PhD students Zhuoqun Tom Cheng and Ying Ye along with their advisor, Professor Rich West, have received the Best Student Paper Award at the Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Application Symposium (RTAS)/Cyber-Physical System Week 2017 for their paper “Building Real-Time Embedded Applications on QduinoMC: A Web-connected 3D Printer Case Study.” Congratulations to Tom, Ying, […]
We are happy to announce that a team consisting of CS PhD students Sarah Bargal, Shugao Ma, Jianming Zhang, Professor Stan Sclaroff, and Leonid Sigal (Disney Research) has won the Office of Technology Development Award at BU’s scholar’s day! http://www.bu.edu/provost/graduateresearchsymposium2016/ Congratulations Sarah, Shugao, Jianming, Stan, and Leonid!
CS PhD student Danna Gurari, CS MA student Seule Ki Kim, CS Professor Margrit Betke, and their coauthors won a Best Paper Award for their paper “SAGE: An Approach and Implementation Empowering Quick and Reliable Quantitative Analysis of Segmentation Quality” at the IEEE Workshop on the Applications of Computer Vision (WACV).
Gonca Gürsun, Natali Ruchansky, Evimaria Terzi and Mark Crovella have won an IRTF/IETF Applied Networking Research Prize, for their paper “Routing State Distance: A Path-based Metric for Network Analysis.” This work was presented at the 2012 Internet Measurement Conference, and will be a featured presentation at an upcoming IETF meeting.
Interdisciplinary research could help design unmanned military planes.