UVA researchers are conquering a decades-old bottleneck in processing power by redesigning computers to work more like the brain.
As cyberattacks proliferate, computer scientist professor Aaron Bloomfield is teaching students to write programs that resist and maybe foil hackers.
Instead of putting a single canary in a coal mine, why not have several, each one capable of responding to a different poisonous gas, thanks to a switch in its genetic code?
Mark Sherriff, an associate professor in the University of Virginia’s Computer Science Engineering Department, has been named the recipient of a national teaching award.
The Association for Computing Machinery has awarded University of Virginia Professor Emeritus Wm. A. Wulf the prestigious Karl V. Karlstrom Outstanding Educator Award.
Yanjun Qi, assistant professor of computer science in the University of Virginia’s School of Engineering and Applied Science – is appling machine learning in a variety of contexts.