Welcome to the UGA Department of Computer Science web site. Established in 1984, the department has a growing, dynamic, research-oriented faculty who take great pride in their longstanding record of excellence in research and in undergraduate and graduate education.
The Department of Computer Science announces that the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science program is now
accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET. For details about the BS-CS program,
visit our information for students.
Prof. Thiab Taha received a 1-year NSF grant from the NSF-CISE/ACI program to support development in "Big Data Consulting Services and Training Center"
Congratulations to Prof. Doshi
for receiving a 3-year grant from the Office of Naval Research. The grant will facilitate
investigations of compressing mental model spaces in multiagent systems, which has broad applications
toward designing intelligent autonomous systems.
Prof. Tianming Liu received a 3-year NSF grant from the NSF neural engineering program to explore the functional interactions between cortical gyri and sulci. Congratulations!
Prof. Doshi (PI) receives a two-year NSF grant for research in algorithmic game theory and specifically on computing finite state equilibria in private information games. He will collaborate with researchers at Kyushu Univ. in Japan. Congratulations!
The Department of Computer Science will hold its annual Graduate Student Picnic on Saturday, October 19, 2013, from 1:00 to 4:00 pm at the Lake Herrick Pavilion. All Computer Science faculty and graduate students are invited. Sign up sheets will be circulated shortly.
Recent CS graduates Michelle Noorali and James Vaughan have launched a startup
company called Miracle Ticket. The startup provides an event-ticketing
platform that connects fans to tickets while creating a trusted community of
event goers. It focuses on providing a web and mobile platform that
integrates social features, seamless payment and electronic delivery
capabilities, and allows users to trade tickets.
Congratulations to Matthew Saltz, an undergraduate senior in Computer Science, who was recently
accepted into the Erasmus Mundus program in Data Mining and Knowledge Management. The program will allow Matt to pursue a Masters
in a participating University in France and Spain. Matt is currently a UGA Foundation Fellow and has performed research stints in
the Institute for AI
and the THINC lab.