The Computer Science Ambassadors are current CS majors who meet with prospective students who are interested in pursuing a degree in computer science at the University of Texas at Austin.
UT recently launched the Robotics Consortium, a group that brings together researchers from industry and across campus to collaborate on robotics research.
UT and industry will work together to further innovation in the field of computer systems research through a program called the Systems Research Consortium, launched by the UT Department of Computer Science.
We are recruiting in all areas and at all levels. We especially invite groups of faculty that would like to continue a collaboration, or to establish one. But, all candidates with a passion for research and teaching and the ambition to change the world are encouraged to apply.
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Aaronson received the award for his contribution to defining the fundamental limits of quantum computation and his research at the frontier of computational complexity and quantum mechanics.
The competition consisted of teams from 140 regions (approx. 420 students) trying to solve 11 problems in 5 hrs and 20 min. The first-place team, Moscow State University, solved 9 problems. UT solved 4 problems and tied with 42 other teams for 56th place.