Summer Undergrad Research Projects
Currently in progress, Duke Comp Sci majors are here exploring research in team-based projects. Check out the summer 2019 projects, participating students, materials and activities. Miss this year's summer research programs? Plan to apply early next year for 2020 summer research opportunities!
Gender Diversity in AI Research: Key Report Findings
Duke Professor Cynthia Rudin is named as one of the 20 most productive female AI researchers, as measured by the number of papers posted on arXiv.org in an important new report. It also indicates that less than 14% of AI papers feature a female co-author.Read More
KDD 2019 Announces Duke University Computer Scientist Cynthia Rudin as a Keynote Speaker for 25th Annual Conference
KDD keynote speakers Duke Computer Science Professor Cynthia Rudin and Microsoft Healthcare's Corporate VP Peter Lee will address key industry challenges related to data science in interpretable ML and healthcare at . The premier interdisciplinary conference for data science, data mining, knowledge discovery, large-scale data analytics, and big data researchers and practitioners, KDD is Aug. 4-8 in Alaska.
Duke Computer Science at SIGMOD 2019
5566网址大全Duke Computer Science's database group presented five research papers and a demo at the SIGMOD 2019 conference in Amsterdam June 30-July 5. Also, a Duke paper was selected for the 2018 ACM SIGMOD Research Highlight Award.Read More
Phitonex wins the technology showcase event at CYTO2019
Co-founded by Alvin Lebeck with former Duke research colleagues Chris Dwyer and Craig LaBoda5566网址大全, Phitonex, Inc. launched new NovaFluor dyes on June 24 at CYTO2019, winning the technology showcase event.
Professor Richard Lucic Celebrating End of 27-Year Duke Career
Approaching retirement, Associate Chair Lucic reflects on his career and what's next.Read More