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Upfal, Binnig, Kraska, Van Dam Win A $3.1M DARPA Grant To Build New Data Exploration Software

by Kevin Stacey (Science News Writer, Physical Sciences)

Click the links that follow for more Brown CS content about Carsten BinnigDARPA, the Data Science InitiativeTim KraskaEli Upfal, and Andy van Dam.

In the era of big data, there’s plenty of software on the market that helps people to explore and visualize ...

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Brown CS community members continue to win noteworthy grants and awards. To read more articles click here.

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Earlier this year, the Office of the Vice President for Research announced an inaugural awards program during the academic year 2016-2017 to recognize outstanding research achievements of ...

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Brown CS Announces Major Achievements In Data Science

Click the links that follow for more Brown CS content about Carsten Binnig, DARPA, the Data Science Initiative, Lorenzo De Stefani, Tim Kraska, Sloan fellowships, Tupleware, Eli Upfal, Vizdom, Andy van Dam, and Emanuel Zgraggen.

Only a few months after the founding of Brown University's Data Science Initiative (DSI), the Department of Computer Science ...

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Brown CS Welcomes Sherief Reda

Brown University's Department of Computer Science (Brown CS) is happy to announce that Sherief Reda of the School of Engineering has just been given a secondary joint appointment to Brown CS. He joins R. Iris Bahar, Pedro Felzenszwalb, and Ravindra Pendse, who have similar joint status. His collaboration and theirs further strengthen the interdisciplinary ...

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Recent Accomplishments By Brown CS Faculty

Recently, members of the Brown CS faculty have made historic contributions to global cybersecurity and nuclear non-proliferation, launched a world-class virtual reality environment, played a major role in the expansion of K-12 computer science education, and received honors from sources as diverse as Wired UK's "Women Who Changed Science In 2015" and the American ...

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Stefanie Tellex Named One Of Wired UK's Women Who Changed Science In 2015

Many of us were popping corks and clinking glasses as 2015 turned to 2016, but Professor Stefanie Tellex of Brown University's Department of Computer Science had a special reason to celebrate: she'd recently been named one of four "Women Who Changed Science in 2015" by Wired UK. 

Featured alongside colleagues who used human ...

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Stefanie Tellex Wins A DARPA Young Faculty Award For Research In Human-Robot Communication

Practitioners in fields as diverse as education, leadership development, communication, and process improvement are likely to share one of the key elements of Stefanie Tellex's recent research: feedback is essential. Stefanie, a faculty member of Brown University's Department of Computer Science, has just won a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Young Faculty ...

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 Michael Littman Named To DARPA ISAT Study Group

Brown University's Department of Computer Science is proud to announce that Professor Michael Littman has just been named to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Information Science and Technology (ISAT) study group for a three-year term.

The group brings 30 of the brightest scientists and engineers together to identify new areas of development ...

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The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society, recently elevated Roberto Tamassiato Fellowfor “contributions to graph drawing, algorithms and data structures and to computer science education.”

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Roberto, who joined the department in 1988, works on information security, design and analysis of algorithms, graph drawing, geometric computing ...

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Tamassia.jpg The American Association for the Advancement of Science, "Triple A-S" (AAAS), an international non-profit organization dedicated to advancing science around the world by serving as an educator, leader, spokesperson and professional association, recently elected Roberto Tamassiato Fellowfor “distinguished contributions to algorithms and data structures, particularly for pioneering work on graph drawing, and to ...