Julianna Roen, a CEMS Freshman majoring in Computer Science, obtained an internship for the Summer of 2013 with Burlington Bytes, a web development and marketing solutions company in Burlington, Vermont with a strong focus on marketing businesses through their online presence.
Stuart B. Heinrich received his B.S. in Computer Science, with a minor in Electrical Engineering, from the University of Vermont in 2006. A native of Hinesburg, VT, Stuart was a Vermont Scholar and made the Dean's List during each of his 4 years at UVM. Read more...
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Shape the Future! Consider Computing at UVM!
Chair's WelcomeThis is an amazing time to go into computing, with unprecedented opportunities. Computers are a ubiquitous and growing presence in all aspects of modern society, and thus there is huge and increasing demand for computing professionals that is far from being met by the profile of today's graduates. This is why unemployment is near zero for Computing Professionals who want to work, and Computing Professionals earn some of the highest salaries in the U.S. But it's not just the money and jobs that make Computing such an exciting profession - Computing-related careers are some of the most versatile, creative, and satisfying career choices you can make, and computational thinking and skills are valuable complements to virtually all other career areas. More...
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Professor Byung Lee joined academia with a decade of experience in the defense and industrial sectors. His current research focuses on data stream processing and event processing.
Dr. Lee has published over 55 refereed papers and was awarded research grants from DOE, NSF, and Vermont EPSCoR. His teaching covers systems and algorithms and is characterized by his emphasis on intuitive and practical understanding of the subject.
He is on the editorial board of three international journals, has served at about 20 international conferences, was a participating guest at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and organized and served as the Chair of the SSPS Workshop.
For more details about his work, visit Dr. Lee's website.