09/21/2011 - Computer science professor Peter Stone has been named a 2011 Yahoo! Faculty Research and Engagement Program (FREP) recipient and has been granted a $10,000 gift for his proposal titled “Testing a Liquidity Sensitive Market Maker for a Prediction Market on the UT Austin CS Building Opening.” Read More
09/21/2011 - Computer science professor Peter Stone has been named a 2011 Yahoo! Faculty Research and Engagement Program (FREP) recipient. Read More
09/21/2011 - Computer science professor Peter Stone has been named a 2011 Yahoo! Faculty Research and Engagement Program (FREP) recipient. Read More
09/19/2011 - The University of Texas at Austin Department of Computer Science (UTCS) Friends of Computer Science (FoCS) 2011 Career Brunch was held in conjunction with the College of Natural Sciences (CNS) Career Expo on September 19, 2011 at the Frank Erwin Center. Read More
09/12/2011 - The Yahoo! Faculty Research and Engagement Program (FREP) is designed to produce the highest quality scientific collaborations and outcomes by engaging with faculty members working in areas of mutual interest. Through this program, academics across the globe collaborate with Yahoo! research scientists via visits to Yahoo!, access to our data and funds for their research. Read More
09/12/2011 - UTCS is pleased to announce Best Paper Awards won by our faculty, staff and students. Read More
09/10/2011 - Mobile applications and cloud computing are driving demand for new engineering grads Read More
09/09/2011 - Faculty at the The University of Texas at Austin Department of Computer Science (UTCS) are at the forefront of the digital revolution. UTCS recently celebrated a long list of faculty awards. Read More
09/09/2011 - The typical vision of computer use may be a desktop PC or laptop in an office. But in actuality, any industry that requires fast communication, number crunching, data storage, high-speed graphics, or data analysis is bound to use computers and is therefore a likely source for computer careers. Computer careers are available in a wide range of industry sectors, including the military, criminal justice, education, communications, media, space exploration, construction, meteorology, medical research, and many more. Read More
Edsger W. Dijkstra Memorial Lecture
09/08/2011 - The Department of Computer Science (UTCS) at the University of Texas at Austin hosted the Edsger W. Dijkstra Memorial Lecture on November 7, 2011. UTCS welcomed Richard Karp, Professor at the University of California, Berkeley, as the speaker for this event. This lecture series is made possible by a generous grant from Schlumberger to honor the memory of Edsger W. Dijkstra. Read More
08/16/2011 - Jocks go on to play for your favorite team but nerds go on to own the teams those jocks play for. --LZ Granderson Read More
08/11/2011 - SmartMoney's unique "payback" survey of 50 top-priced schools shows which alumni are reaping rewards in the job market. Read More
08/10/2011 - For his work on the foundations of a new way of encrypting data, Brent Waters from the University of Texas in Austin has been elected as one of this year's... Read More
Navigate the Booming Computer Science Market
08/08/2011 - High paying jobs are available, but getting into a top program is becoming increasingly difficult. Read More
08/05/2011 - Microsoft Research has selected Assistant Professor Brent Waters as one of eight Microsoft Research Faculty Fellows of 2011. Read More
08/05/2011 - Microsoft Research has selected Assistant Professor Brent Waters as one of eight Microsoft Research Faculty Fellows of 2011. Read More
08/05/2011 - Microsoft Research has selected Assistant Professor Brent Waters as one of eight Read More
07/28/2011 - RoboCup Remix from Texas Science on Vimeo. http://vimeo.com/28076057 The video footage is from the second half of the championship game in the 3-D Simulation league in RoboCupSoccer 2011. UT Austin Villa won the game, 4-0, over a team from Changzhou Institute of Technology in China. The audio track is “humm ok,” by Gablé (Creative Commons). Read More
07/28/2011 - The UT Austin Villa team, which is led by University of Texas at Austin computer scientists Peter Stone and Patrick MacAlpine, beat 21 other teams from 11 nations for the trophy. Read More
07/28/2011 - The UT Austin Villa team, which is led by University of Texas at Austin computer scientists Peter Stone and Patrick MacAlpine, beat 21 other teams from 11 nations for the trophy. Read More
"The Computer Girls"
07/28/2011 - Today it's almost assumed that computer science is a field set aside for nerdy men. Writing at the blog of the programming firm Fog Creek Software, Anna Lewis, the firm's recruiting director, says it isn't so. In fact, in 1987, 42% of American programmers were women -- and, for a period, programming was even considered "women's work." Read More
07/19/2011 - UT Austin Villa has won the 2011 RoboCupSoccer championships in the 3-D simulation division. Read More
07/19/2011 - UT Austin Villa has won the 2011 RoboCupSoccer championships in the 3-D simulation division. Read More
07/19/2011 - AUSTIN, Texas—UT Austin Villa, a team of programmers led by University of Texas at Austin computer scientists Peter Stone and Patrick MacAlpine, has won the 2011 RoboCup Soccer championships in the 3-D simulation division. Read More
Assistant Professor Brent Waters
07/18/2011 - Microsoft Research has selected Assistant Professor Brent Waters as one of eight Microsoft Research Faculty Fellows of 2011. Microsoft Research is committed to developing a global pipeline of computer science talent around the world. Read More

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