03/03/2008 - Assembling the Tree of Life | By Daniel Oppenheimer | March 3, 2008 In the beginning Ed Theriot’s contributions to the Assembling the Tree of Life (AToL) project—“the story of life on Earth, in a nutshell”—often begin pretty humbly. Read more
02/04/2008 - Researchers Created Model Checking Technique for Hardware and Software Designers Read more
08/09/2007 - AUSTIN, Texas—Marvin, a self-driving Isuzu SUV programmed by University of Texas at Austin computer scientists and members of Austin Robot Technology (ART), passed a recent driving test and will advance to the semifinals of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's (DARPA) 2007 Urban Challenge race. Read more
04/04/2007 - Monday, April 30, 2007, 5 - 6 p.m. ACES Avaya Auditorium, Room 2.302 Read more
01/18/2007 - February 2007 Update AUSTIN, Texas - Dr. Peter Stone, assistant professor in the Department of Computer Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin, received the 2007 Computers and Thought Award from the International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI). Read more
11/08/2006 - AUSTIN, Texas— November 8, 2006, UTCS Chairman J Strother Moore was selected a Fellow of ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery. Read more
09/24/2006 - To enable emergency responders and others to establish temporary wireless networks in the future, electrical engineering researchers at The University of Texas at Austin have received $6.5 million from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to understand the physical constraints on such networks. Read more
03/21/2006 - AUSTIN, Texas—Professors Robert Boyer and J Strother Moore and Senior Research Scientist Matt Kaufmann, all from the University of Texas at Austin Computer Sciences Department, have been awarded the 2005 Software System Award by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) for their work on the Boyer-Moore Theorem Prover. Read more
06/06/2005 - Even by the standards of the Lone Star State, the claim by two Texas researchers -- Douglas C. Burger and Stephen W. Keckler -- can seem a trifle grandiose. "We're reinventing the computer," asserts Keckler Read more

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