Got 'bot questions? Robotics expert and University of Vermont professor of computer science Josh Bongard may have answers. He and his graduate student, Mark Wagy, were on the hugely popular online site Reddit on Friday November 6, fielding questions from around the world on the topic: crowdsourcing robot design.
To pick up extra cash, junior computer science major Mike Skwar works at two stores around Burlington, and there’s one thing he and his colleagues dread. We “are more than fed up with receiving phone calls ad nauseam about whether or not Heady Topper is in stock,” he groans. So Skwar is designing a mobile app that relies on ...
Friday, September 11, 2015 Billings Marsh Lounge, 9am-4pm Please join the CS Department for our annual research day this Friday. We have a great group of speakers with a broad range of interests, take a look at the final schedule below. Looking forward to seeing you there! 9:00-9:10 Opening Remarks: Dean Luis Garcia
A team of scientists has invented a new technique for discovering potentially dangerous drug interactions and unknown side-effects — before they show up in medical databases, like PubMed, or even before doctors and researchers have heard of them at all.