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Technology Is Part of Life – and Art

Beall Center exhibit showcases the few constraints of ‘expanded media arts’ and how the field intertwines with the human experience

UCI team awarded $2.9 million by NSF for graduate training in data science, STEM

A UCI team led by Padhraic Smyth, professor of computer science and director of the UCI Data Science Initiative, is one of 16 interdisciplinary groups to share $47 million awarded as part of the National Science Foundation Research Traineeship program. UCI will receive $2.9 million, primarily in the form of graduate student fellowships, to develop “team science […]

Typing while Skyping could compromise privacy

Traditional keyboard sounds can be decoded, UCI and Italian researchers find

Informatics professor attends White House summit on computer science initiative

UCI informatics professor Debra Richardson was at the White House last week for the Computer Science for All summit, a progress report on President Barack Obama’s call for greater resources and actions to encourage more students to learn about computing. Richardson heads UCI’s CS1C@OC program, which was created with funding from the National Science Foundation to produce 100 well-trained computer […]

UCI study links selfies, happiness

Taking and sharing smartphone photos boosts positive feelings

Marios Papaefthymiou

New dean named for UCI School of Information & Computer Sciences

Entrepreneur Marios Papaefthymiou chairs University of Michigan program

Bad vibrations: UCI researchers find security breach in 3-D printing process

Machine sounds enable reverse engineering of source code

Ahead of Their Time

In the spirit of UCI’s forward-thinking founders, campus researchers see beyond the present to create a brilliant future

Jay Vitella, 12, Claire Ke, 11, and Alex Tomov, 13

Teens tackle world dilemmas in UCI’s summer APPcamp

Middle school students develop mobile apps to address challenges posed by National Academy of Engineering

Syed Ali Jafar

UCI’s Syed Ali Jafar wins $250,000 Blavatnik National Award for Young Scientists

Syed Ali Jafar, a UC Irvine computer scientist who has changed the world’s understanding of the capacity of wireless networks, has won the 2015 Blavatnik National Award for Young Scientists in physical sciences & engineering. One of three winners chosen from among 300 candidates from highly ranked American universities and research institutions, Jafar will receive a $250,000 unrestricted cash prize and a medal in September at New York’s Museum of Natural History.