11/30/2004 - AUSTIN, Texas -- The Center for Information Assurance and Security (CIAS) has been founded at The University of Texas at Austin to address the nation's growing cybersecurity problems. Primary center objectives are conducting research that will lead to innovative cybersecurity solutions and addressing the national need to produce more trained professionals in the field. Read more
10/04/2004 - Dr. Chandrajit Bajaj is among a group of researchers who has received a grant from the National Institutes of Health. Read more
08/25/2004 - Sugato Basu, Misha Bilenko and Ray Mooney won the SIGKDD Best Research Paper Award for their paper "A Probabilistic Framework for Semi-supervis Read more
07/12/2004 - After a successful RoboCup US Open 2004, the UT Austin Villa Robot Soccer Team took their team to RoboCup 2004. Read more
07/09/2004 - For his paper entitled "Diverse Firewall Design" co-authored with Dr. Mohamed G. Gouda, UTCS Graduate Student Alex X. Liu received the 2004 William C. Carter Award. Read more
06/12/2004 - The June 9, 2004 edition of the @Texas Newsletter announced that UT is home to 29 of the most highly cited researchers in the world by the Institute for Scientific Information. Among those listed are two UTCS faculty, Dr. E. Allen Emerson and Dr. Jayadev Misra. Read more
11/01/2003 - PADUA, Italy — Dr. Peter Stone, assistant professor of computer sciences, and his student team won first place in a computer-simulated soccer competition at RoboCup 2003 in Italy. Read more
06/15/2003 - RESULTS! Assistant Professor Peter Stone and his team of students are headed to Padua, Italy, for the 2003 RoboCup. Read more
06/01/2003 - Nell B. Dale with coauthor, John Lewis, received honorable mention and a $3,000 prize for their book, Computer Sciences Illuminated published by Jones and Bartlett. These annual awards are made to UT faculty and staff members who have, in the preceding academic year, published the best books. A committee of scholars appointed by the UT Vice President for Research judges the competition. She is the only two-time winner in the competition. Read more
05/31/2003 - Two of our undergraduates, Chand John and Jerry Sun, recently received national recognition for their outstanding research potential. Chand John was among four finalists for the award and Jerry Sun was selected for honorable mention. Chand John received a B.S. in Computer Sciences with Highest Honors and a B.S. in Mathematics with Pure Math Option with Highest Honors in spring 2003. He completed an honors project, CS 379H during fall 2002. Chandrajit Bajaj was his advisor. Read more

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