• Brent Lessley, a fifth-year Ph.D. student is surveying and comparing parallel hashing algorithms that are specially designed to run in the Graphical Processing Unit. Read more

    Updated: Oct 19, 2018
  • Prof. Dejing Dou led a research team to receive a National Science Foundation Industry-University Cooperative Research Center (IUCRC) grant for Big Learning. This is the first ever NSF IUCRC center to be established in UO.  Read more

    Updated: Oct 19, 2018
  • Tinaz Ekim Asici is a Fulbright scholar from Istanbul, Turkey visiting the CIS department to research the computational complexity of the defensive domination problem in graph theory Read more

    Updated: Oct 19, 2018
  • Joe Sventek Portrait

    A new $2.2 million Research Advanced Computing Services (RACS) facility will officially launch. Dec. 6. 
    The facility  will provide access to large-scale computing resources for all UO researchers, and is located in the Allen Hall Data Center. Read more

    Updated: Oct 19, 2018
  • Ram Durairajan

    Ramakrishnan Durairajan's "Internet Atlas" was recognized as one of the greatest innovations of this year for cybersecurity. Read more

    Updated: Oct 19, 2018
  • Picture of the side of Deschutes Hall, facing the entrance, taken next to the sundial

    Kick off fall term by joining Computer Science faculty, staff, and majors. Come hear information about your major, and join us for conversation and snacks. Followed by Prof. Michal Young's reknowned How-to-Fix-Your-Flat-Bicycle-Tire Clinic. Bring your own flat tire or use the demo. Read more

    Updated: Apr 17, 2019
  • Stephen L. Squires portrait

    The third annual Oregon Computer Security Day will be held at the Jaqua Auditorium on Friday April 5, 2013. This one-day event features distinguished speakers from academia, industry, and government, discussing current challenges and future opportunities in cybersecurity. Topics range from future trends in computer security to governmental cybersecurity, to cutting edge research in... Read more

    Updated: Jul 3, 2017
  • Katherine Yelick portrait

    More Data, More Science and … Moore's Law?

    In the same way that the Internet has combined with web content and search engines to revolutionize every aspect of our lives, the scientific process is poised to undergo a radical transformation based on the ability to access, analyze, and merge large, complex data sets. Scientists will be able to combine their own data with that of other scientists to validate models, interpret experiments, re-use and re-analyze data, and make use of sophisticated mathematical analyses and simulations to drive the discovery of relationships across data sets. This “scientific web” will yield higher quality science, more insights per experiment, an increased democratization of science, and a higher impact from major investments in scientific instruments. Read more

    Updated: Jul 3, 2017
  • Graduating students seated for commencement ceremony

    The department commencement ceremony is for both undergraduate and graduate majors. Read more

    Updated: Jul 3, 2017
  • Heather will discuss the state’s strategies to cultivate an environment of innovation that leads to entrepreneurship, where sources of startup capital are plentiful. The focus for the University of Oregon CIS conversation is more around the innovation side of that equation, exploring funding for R&D and early stage commercialization through the federal SBIR/STTR, STEM/CTE initiatives, industry matching programs, seed funds and angel investing. Read more

    Updated: Jul 3, 2017

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