UTCS News

2000

Almstrum Receives Award

October 21, 2000

Vicki Almstrum received well-deserved recognition by the College of Natural Sciences for her teaching ability when she was chosen as a recipient of the College of Natural Sciences Teaching Excellence Award.

ACES Building Completed

October 5, 2000

The Applied Computational Engineering and Sciences (ACES) building is an impressive effort to boost collaboration among researchers in Computer Sciences, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and TICAM. The construction, in itself, was an experiment.

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IBM Faculty Partnership Awards

September 25, 2000

Congratulations to Martin D. F. Wong and Mohamed G. Gouda, both of whom received an IBM Faculty Partnership Award for 2000.

David M. Young Honored

September 15, 2000

On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of his landmark thesis on the successive over relaxation (SOR) theory, a symposium honoring David M. Young was held at the 2000 SIAM Annual Meeting, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.

CS Faculty Awarded Sloans

August 1, 2000

Lorenzo Alvisi, Nina Amenta, Michael Dahlin, and Ana Gál were each awarded an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship.

CS Enrollment Limited

June 15, 2000

In fall 2000, the Department of Computer Sciences will introduce a new student status, Pre-Computer Science.

In Pursuit of Simplicity

April 30, 2000

A symposium honoring Professor Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, Schlumberger Centennial Chair in Computer Sciences and Professor of Mathematics, was held May 12-13, 2000, on the event of his recent retirement. His colleagues assembled an exciting two-day symposium attended by internationally known computer scientists.

CAREER Awards

February 28, 2000

Doug Burger, Steve Keckler, and Calvin Lin have each received an NSF CAREER Award.

Burger Tapped for CAREER Award

February 28, 2000

Congratulations to Professor Doug Burger who received an NSF CAREER Award.

Keckler Receives CAREER Award

February 28, 2000

Professor in Computer Sciences Steve Keckler received an NSF CAREER Award.

Lin Tapped for CAREER Award

February 28, 2000

Assistant Professor Calvin Lin has received an NSF CAREER Award.

Browne's career spans 40 years

January 22, 2000

On January 22, 2000, the department honored Professor James C. Browne with a symposium on the event of his 65th birthday.

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