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  • 08/16/2021

    Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

    Cybersecurity, quantum computing, machine learning, and fluid mechanics are just some of the subjects of expertise of recent SEAS faculty hires in the Electrical Engineering, Mechanical...

  • 08/09/2021

    Computer Science

    Proving that he’s equally versed in the founding fathers, the Beatles, Ethiopian leaders, and many, many other topics, Matt Amodio is the third-winningest Jeopardy! player of all time, with...

  • 08/05/2021

    Computer Science

    Next week, computer science professors Theodore Kim and Holly Rushmeier will speak at SIGGRAPH 2021 about the need for work against racism in computer graphics.  

    SIGGRAPH 2021,...

  • 07/29/2021

    Computer Science, Electrical Engineering

    Yale researchers are taking a major role in two artificial intelligence (AI) institutes, each funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).

  • 07/09/2021

    Computer Science

    When Daniel Spielman co-authored a paper on Smoothed analysis of algorithms in 2001, it made a big impact on the fields of mathematics and computer science. A new award shows that, 20 years later...

  • 07/01/2021

    Computer Science

    Four Yale professors whose teaching and mentorship have inspired generations of students were recently honored with William C. Clyde DeVane Medals from the university’s chapter of Phi Beta Kappa...

  • 06/30/2021

    Computer Science

    To make the application process more accessible for potential Ph.D. students, the Computer Science (CS) department will no longer accept Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) scores from applicants....

  • 06/29/2021

    Computer Science

    Modern technology makes it easy to browse the web, make bookmarks, and take notes. So easy, in fact, that all of these bookmarks and notes can accumulate into an unmanageable mess. Fortunately,...

  • 06/09/2021

    Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

    Manipulation is one of the most common actions that allow robots to physically interact with the world. As we see an increasing amount of real-world applications being deployed in recent years...

  • 05/24/2021

    Applied Physics, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

    Members of the Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science community celebrated the awarding of 199 undergraduate Engineering degrees Monday.

  • 05/20/2021

    Computer Science

    Last spring, when college students found themselves isolated in quarantine, Ileana Valdez made a light-hearted offer to create a digital tool matching singles for blind dates or conversation. It...

  • 05/19/2021

    Computer Science

    In the course Theory and Implementation of Self-Driving Cars, students learn machine learning and computer vision techniques for lane following, traffic sign detection, and obstacle avoidance....

  • 05/19/2021

    Computer Science

    It was on a whim, during orientation for first-year students back in 2017, that Annie Gao took a tour of the Yale Memorial Carillon, located in Harkness Tower. The experience sparked four years of...

  • 05/17/2021

    Computer Science, Electrical Engineering

    The only things Josh Beasley has up his sleeve are a passion for magic, a knowledge of cybersecurity, and a plan for serving his country.

    Beasley, a 22-year-old graduating senior from...

  • 05/10/2021

    Computer Science, Electrical Engineering

    Cited for his tireless dedication to his students, Jakub Szefer, associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science, is the winner of this year's Ackerman Award.