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Topics Class for Spring 2021 and Summer’21 Classes

In the Spring 2021 semester, Prof. Kopper will be offering a special topics class on Virtual Reality Systems Design and Research, open…

Kim Receives Funding from Cone Health for Deep Learning-based Early Tumor Diagnosis Project

Professor Kim receives an interdisciplinary research project funding from Cone Health entitled “AI-assisted Early Outcome Prediction for Brain Tumors Treated with Stereotactic…

Manda Receives Prestigious NSF CAREER Award

Professor Prashanti Manda has been awarded the prestigious NSF CAREER award entitled “Ontology-powered Named Entity Recognition and Robust Semantic Similarity Metrics.” The…

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Professor Suthaharan Receives Prestigious NIH R01 Funding for Macular Degeneration Research

Professor Shan Suthaharan is collaborating with researchers (ophthalmologists and vision scientists) from University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine as a co-investigator (UNCG-PI)…

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The departmental office in Petty 167 will be open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from:  9:00am – 4:00pm.
When the office is open, walk-ins are available.

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Pavan Teja Reddy Duggempudi — M.S., 2018

Pavan earned his Master’s degree majoring in Computer Science from UNCG in Spring 2018. Currently he is working as a DevOps Engineer…

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Computer Science is Changing Everything

Check out this video from the great people at code.org talking about how Computer Science is touching and revolutionizing almost every aspect of human…

Why Study Computer Science?

Over the past 30 years, computing has dramatically changed almost every aspect of life. Data is collected and processed at a scale no one would have been able to imagine 50 years ago, and information is available everywhere thanks to a combination of servers, the Internet, and mobile technologies. Entertainment is totally different than in the past, with games, computer generated special effects, and content delivery fundamentally changing how people spend free time. We’re starting to see artificial intelligence become mainstream, with personal digital assistants, self-driving cars, and more. All of these changes are possible because of advancing technology and software – in short, because of computer science – and you can be one of the people that helps shape the world of the future. Thinking about what you will do after graduation? Jobs in computing are consistently ranked among the most desirable and rewarding careers. Read more about career prospects by following the link.

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