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Keramet Reiter

UCI’s graduate programs shine in U.S. News & World Report rankings

7 fields of advanced study place in top 10 among public universities on annual list

UCI to host half-day academic cybersecurity conference featuring James Carville

EVENT:  Political consultant James Carville, former campaign manager for Bill Clinton, will deliver the keynote address at a half-day academic conference hosted by UCI’s Cybersecurity Policy & Research Institute. “Can Adversaries Hack Our Elections? Can We Stop Them?” will feature panel discussions on the technological, legal and policy implications of election hacking and threat assessments […]

Gloria Mark gets grant to study workplace stress

Informatics professor Gloria Mark has been awarded a National Science Foundation Cyber-Human Systems grant to study methods of identifying and addressing workplace stress. The $1.2 million grant runs through July 2020 and will be shared with co-investigators Ricardo Gutierrez-Osuna of Texas A&M University and Ioannis Pavlidis of the University of Houston. Mark’s portion of the funding is $420,000. The […]

UCI’s Efi Foufoula-Georgiou, Judith Olson elected to National Academy of Engineering

Distinction honors contributions to research, education and practice

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Inventing a Better Future

From miniature beating hearts to hacker-resistant cellphones, UCI faculty, students and alumni have generated a multitude of remarkable inventions and discoveries.

Leila Safavi-Tehrani

Ingenuity Central

UCI Applied Innovation smooths the way for Anteater research to become commercial products and benefit society

Professor to tackle software inefficiencies with grant from Naval Research Office

Harry Xu, associate professor of computer science at UCI, and UCLA colleagues have been awarded $4.9 million from the Office of Naval Research to support their work on reducing software inefficiencies. The four-year grant will fund the development of software customization techniques that can greatly reduce the redundancies and waste in modern, object-oriented big data […]

Bringing history to life

Unlikely UCI trio designs educational computer game that immerses players in 19th-century Ghana

UCI interactive game a hit at IndieCade festival

“Magia Transformo: The Dance of Transformation,” a game created by a team led by Josh Tanenbaum, UCI assistant professor of informatics, debuted in early October at the prestigious IndieCade festival in Los Angeles. Selected from more than 1,000 entries to be one of just over 100 titles to be demonstrated at the event, the mixed-reality […]

Conference Targets Digital Citizenship for Young People

EVENT: Civic engagement in a networked world will be the featured discussion at the 8th annual Digital Media & Learning Conference. WHEN/WHERE: All day, Oct. 4-6, UCI Student Center (bldg. 113, grid E8 on campus map: http://bit.ly/2cqfB8r) INFORMATION: Media planning to attend should contact Mimi Ko Cruz at 949-824-4587, mcruz@hri.uci.edu, or Brian Bell, 949-565-5533, bpbell@uci.edu. Attendance and […]