• Houses covered in Snow

    Fourth international workshop on Algebraic, Topological and Complexity Aspects of Graph Covers will convene in Eugene at the end of January. The previous three workshops in the series were held in Finse, Norway, Auckland, New Zealand, and Kralova Studna, Slovakia.

    The workshop's main focus is on graph coverings and their... Read more

    Updated: Jul 5, 2017
  • Graduate Cap

    Monday, June 15, 2015

    University Ceremony Matthew Knight Arena: 9:00am – 11:00am

    CIS Department Ceremony Deschutes Lawn: 12:00pm – 2:00pm

    Tickets are not required for these events. Friends and family are welcome to attend and celebrate your success!

    If you are graduating at the end of Summer 2015 or Fall 2015, you are invited to walk in the 2015 Commencement... Read more

    Updated: Jul 3, 2017
  • 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
  • Deschutes Hall flanked by busts of Alan Turing and John Von Neumann

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

    Graduates from the following terms are welcome to participate in the ceremony: Fall 2015, Winter 2016, Spring 2016, Summer 2016, or Fall term 2016

    Note: If you are graduating at the end of Summer 2016 or Fall 2016, you are invited to walk in the 2016 ceremonies. However, your name will appear in next year's commencement booklet in Spring 2017. Read more

    Updated: Jul 3, 2017
  • The Libraries invite you to attend informational sessions, "Interdisciplinary Computing and Open Science", by Microsoft Research.

    Please register to help us plan for refreshments: Refreshment registration.

    Interdisciplinary computing is becoming a new paradigm in academic research and education. Via... Read more

    Updated: Jul 3, 2017
  • A ray-tracing of an Earths sciences data set, provided by Oak Ridge National Laboratory, showing wave speed perturbations measured by seismograms. Ray-tracing software written by Matthew Larsen, Ph.D. 2016, and now deployed on leading-edge supercomputers. 
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    Updated: May 9, 2017
  • Undergraduates collaborate with CIS Associate Professor Anthony Hornof in the design of assistive technology devices for people with severe cognitive, communication, and motor impairments. Read more

    Updated: May 25, 2017