New York Times Magazine Calls CoC Student's Flash Device Best Idea of 2005

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CoC Assistant Professor Constantine Dovrolis Receives Research Grant from Cisco Systems for Studying the Dynamics and Stability of Performance-Driven Edge Routing Systems (Dec. 2005)Read More

Professor Aaron Bobick on CNET News: Search Technology Comes to the Camera Phone

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Professor Aaron Bobick on CNN - Xbox 360 Preview  View Video

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Associate Professor Beki Grinter Comments on Iconic iPod Headphones and Privacy

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Chris Rouland and Rich DeMillo speak to CNN about security issues in the wireless society

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CoC Professors Mark Guzdial and Mary Jean Harrold Present Best Practices for Attracting Women to Computing at NCWIT Workshop in Pittsburgh (Nov. 2005)Read More

Experts: WI-FI Needs More Security Against Hackers

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Summit Brings Technology Stakeholders Together to Examine Wireless Security Challenges Facing Consumers and Enterprises (Nov. 2005)

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Atlanta Journal-Constitution article by Rich DeMillo, Dean of the CoC: As wireless grows, so do security risks

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CoC Professor Janet Kolodner Makes Learning Science Fun for Middle School Students

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AJC Sunday: CoC Associate Professor Beth Mynatt comments on the wireless life

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AJC: CoC Student Michelle Kitaoka Invents a Gadget of the Future

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When it comes to virtualization software, CoC's Matt Wolf says people still need to understand what [hardware] their data corresponds to...Read More

High-performance computing cluster will support CoC's dynamic research environment and initiatives that drive social and scientific progress

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High-Performance Computing Cluster Will Support College’s Expanded Research in Multi-scale Modeling and Other Areas

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CNET News: Coc Student Develops New Tech That Knocks Out Digital Cameras

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CoC Regents Professor Ron Arkin, discusses new solutions that can be taken with supercomputing and robotics

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CoC Associate Professor Jeff Pierce Creates Groundbreaking Enhancements in Personal Information Device Interfaces

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CoC Assistant Professor Blair Macintyre and student Parth Bhalwarkar Develop AR Technology for Poultry Processing

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CoC's Gesture Recognition Technology Will Allow Translation Between Sign Language and Spoken Languages

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NYT: A computer science education is appropriate for all majors, all professions

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U.S. News & World Report's 2006 America 's Best Colleges Guide : College of Computing at Georgia Tech is a hot place to be

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CoC Dean Rich DeMillo: Wireless and VoIP industries need to tackle wVoIP now

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"Microsoft's new Windows Vista will impress XP users with less reboots, less crashes and a faster program response," says CoC's Pam Buffington

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CoC Assistand Professor Thad Starner's gesture-recognition technology bridges a gulf in communication for deaf people

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CoC's Blair MacIntyre and Parth Bhawalkar test Augmented Reality technology in poultry plants to improve communications

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The College of Computing at Georgia Tech Announces New Computational Science and Engineering Division: Giving supercomputing the attention it deserves.Read More

CoC Assistant Professor Subhash Khot is among the first chosen as a New Faculty Fellow by Microsoft Research

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CoC Assistant Professor Subhash Khot - Recipient of Microsoft's 2005 New Faculty Fellowship Grant to Design Efficient Algorithms

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CoC's Blair MacIntyre and Parth Bhawalkar test Augmented Reality technology in poultry plants to improve communication

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"Instant Messaging in Teen Life," a paper by CoC's Beki Grinter and Leysia Palen is one of the top ACM Digital Library downloads

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Computing professors advocate that universities restructure their curricula to prove that computer science is not just about programming

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"The amount and preciseness of information gleaned from the Witty worm analysis, as well as the captured network data surprised researchers," said Abhishek Kumar, Georgia Tech Computing Ph.D. candidate and co-author

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"Time and again, we saw people crafting personal, social and cultural identities through the music they shared," says CoC's Amy Voida

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"Writing software that will create smart robots remains the most challenging thing,"; says Tucker Balch, RoboCup US Chair & CoC Assistant Professor

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CoC Associate Professor Leo Mark and Sr. Research Scientist Spencer Rugaber are involved in creating the Information Technology Innovation Center (ITIC).

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"GTISC is committed to educating and promoting security among all of Georgia's Internet users," says Mustaque Ahamad, director of GTISC

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CoC researchers show that you are what you listen to. Governor Sonny Perdue visits Georgia Tech to sign the new anti-spam law

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CoC Alumna Phyllis Schneck proves that women in computing make a powerful impact

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"It's about using robot technology to understand biology" says CoC's Tucker Balch

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A team of elite programmers from Georgia Tech’s College of Computing is preparing for the most prestigious computer competition in the world on April 3-7, 2005.

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Aameek Singh, a Ph.D. student at Georgia Tech’s College of Computing, has been selected for the IBM Ph.D. Fellowship

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Funds to Help Increase the Presence of Computer Science in Georgia Public High Schools

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Nancy Nersessian, professor and director of the Cognitive Science Program at Georgia Tech’s College of Computing, has been awarded a year-long fellowship by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) for academic year 2005-06.

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Mr. Alton P. ("Pete") Jensen, Professor Emeritus of Georgia Tech's College of Computing, died peacefully at home on Sunday, February 6, 2005, at age 79.

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CoC Professor Krishna Palem, Director of Georgia Tech's Center for Research in Embedded Systems & Technology unveils his prototype chip confirming that when it comes to performance - unpredicatability is an asset.

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For Boomers and Beyond - "Computing technology has remade the workplace, it should do the same for the home," says CoC Associate Professor Beth Mynatt, Director of Georgia Tech's Aware Home initiative.

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Leading Internet and Security Industry Executives and Commissioner of Federal Trade Commission Address Cyber Security Issues

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College of Computing undergraduate, Leo Singleton, has been selected for Honorable Mention in the Computing Research Association's Outstanding Undergraduate Award for 2005.

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Atlanta should lead the way for making 'cybersecurity for everyone,' says CoC's Rich DeMillo

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