The University of Richmond's computer science program offers students a framework for understanding computer technology and its mathematical foundations.
Computer science majors Erin Gibbons, Alexandra Badiceanu, Catalina Cumpanasoiu, and Marie Fernandez recently attended the 2014 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing in Phoenix in October with Dr. Lewis Barnett, faculty. Gibbons won a GHC Scholarship Grant to attend the event.
Computer science majors Andy Choi, Omar Farooq, Pardeep Banwait, and Alexandru Pana teamed up to win the Royal & Company challenge at the RamHacks hackathon at VCU, earning a $1,000 award.
Computer Science majors Becca Funke and Jackson Taylor are currently studying abroad at the Aquincum Institute of Technology in Budapest, Hungary. You can read all about Becca's adventures abroad on her blog. Students interested in learning more about AIT can meet with representatives from the program who will be on campus March 31 at 4:00 PM in Jepson Hall, 212C.
In physics professor Matt Trawick's lab, students like Greg Hamilton, '17, are honing their research skills
Passionate computer science major kicks off career as software engineer for Google
Computer science senior combines classroom learning with real-world experience at Google
Senior and alumna's shared interests in computational biology leads to summer research at Princeton
75 students presented summer research, alumna spoke of own undergraduate research experience
- Distinguished Educator Award
Dr. Barry Lawson was named a 2014 University of Richmond Distinguished Educator.
- Shaw Publishes Article
Dr. Kelly Shaw and two coauthors published "MRPB: Memory Request Prioritization for Massively Parallel Processors" in the 20th IEEE International Symposium on High Performance Computing (HPCA), Feb. 2014.
- Research Featured in Richmond Times-Dispatch
The Richmond Times-Dispatch published an article on Dr. Lewis Barnett's research working to determine if a computer can be programmed to identify a certain species or a single bird among other similar-looking birds.
- Charlesworth Paper Accepted
Dr. Arthur Charlesworth's paper, "The Comprehensibility Theorem and the Foundations of Artificial Intelligence," was recently accepted to appear in Minds and Machines: journal for artificial intelligence, philosophy and cognitive sciences, Vol. 25.