07/12/2017 - Quantum computers might sound like science fiction. A fully functioning quantum computer could complete calculations in a matter of seconds that would take a conventional computer millions of years to process. Listen to the interview with Professor Scott Aaronson! Read more
07/03/2017 - Professor Calvin Lin and grad student Akanksha Jain won the 2nd Cache Replacement Competition, which was held recently in conjunction with the International Symposium on Computer Architecture (ISCA). The goal for this competition was to compare different cache replacement algorithms for a last level cache in a common framework. Read more
06/27/2017 - UT Computer Science's Professor Emeritus Jayadev Misra and Caltech's Mani Chandi have won the 2017 Harry H. Read more
06/14/2017 - From Bloomberg Markets | by Jon Asmundsson Teams at startups, universities,  government labs, and companies like IBM are racing to build computers that could potentially solve some problems that are now intractable. Read more
05/30/2017 - As an undergrad at the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg in Germany, UTCS professor Simon Peter had two main hobbies: music and computer operating systems. While majoring in computer science, he also completed a minor in music. For a while, he was even interested in working on music synthesizers; his dream project is an operating system for synthesizers. Read more
05/24/2017 - The 14th International Workshop on the ACL2 Theorem Prover and Its Applications (ACL2-2017) was held May 22-23, 2017, followed by the first ACL2 Developer's Workshop held on May 24 - 25 at The University of Texas at Austin in the Gates Dell Complex. Read more
05/02/2017 - From SIGNAL Magazine: A breakthrough formula for generating random numbers may be the key to cybersecurity. They do not necessarily match the hero stereotype, but computer scientists improving methods of generating random numbers just may save the day when it comes to cybersecurity. Read more
04/28/2017 - UT Computer Science postdoctoral researcher Valentin Wustholz, Ph.D. Read more
04/19/2017 - Vijay Chidambaram did not start off wanting to go into research. While earning his Bachelor’s from the College of Engineering, Guindy in India in 2009, Chidambaram focused on his goal of nabbing a job at a big company. After an internship during his Master’s studies, Chidambaram realized that working as a software engineer did not appeal to him as much as he expected. He felt there was a better way for him to impact the world. Read more
04/06/2017 - In 1960, the physicist Eugene Wigner wrote a famous essay titled “The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences” in which he explored the question of why mathematics is so remarkably useful in the natural sciences. Read more


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