04/12/2013 - Although sometimes outshined by its music and film counterparts, South by Southwest Interactive is a five-day festival that SXSW Inc. calls “the most energetic, inspiring and creative event of the year.” SXSW Interactive is focused on emerging technology and is often the breeding ground for the newest and most innovative technologies in the world. Each year, some of the best and brightest minds in computer science flock to SXSW Interactive to give presentations, prove their skill, and show their passion for computing. Read more
04/10/2013 - You hear it before you see it — a roar like a factory in full production. But instead of cars or washing machines, this factory produces scientific knowledge. Read more
03/22/2013 - Jeffrey Barrick uses TACC supercomputers to understand radical mutations and design artificial organisms. Read more
03/22/2013 - Jeffrey Barrick uses TACC supercomputers to understand radical mutations and design artificial organisms. Read more
03/20/2013 - Rathi Kannan, a Dean’s Scholars biology and computer science senior, isn’t afraid of a challenge. Actually she welcomes them. After wanting more out of her education, she added computer science as a second major. Read more
03/04/2013 - AUSTIN, Texas — The Bill & Melinda Gates Computer Science Complex and Dell Computer Science Hall officially open this week at The University of Texas at Austin. With high-tech collaborative laboratories and spaces, the complex marks the start of a new era for the university’s top-10 ranked Department of Computer Science. Read more
01/25/2013 - When 17-year-old chemistry major Wade Wang arrived in the lab of professor C. Grant Willson, he was presented with a challenge. Actually the whole lab was presented with a challenge. Read more
12/21/2012 - AUSTIN, Texas—Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin have designed a simulation that for the first time emulates key properties of electronic topological insulators. Read more
12/21/2012 - Topological insulators, a state of matter that was only discovered in the past decade, may enable dramatic advances in quantum computing and spintronics. Read more

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