Henrik Christensen, director of the Center for Robotics and Intelligent Machines at Georgia Tech says "conscious robots would want to have rights and they probably should."

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Computing Science & Systems division Professor Vijay Vazirani recently co-organized an NSF-sponsored workshop at Princeton University, and will host another in March at Caltech.

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Georgia Tech students invited to intern at top companies eventually land full-time employment in the industry. 

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The first-year Ph.D. student from the College's Computing Science and Systems (CSS) division was honored at the 39th International Symposium on Microarchitecture in Orlando, Florida.

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Members of the Algorithms & Randomness Center and ThinkTank presented numerous papers at the 47th Annual Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science.

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College of Computing undergraduates and graduates placed 2nd in the U.S. and 5th overall at the annual International Capture the Flag competition.

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GVU Director Beth Mynatt says Georgia Tech will collaborate with IBM on technology that helps doctors and nurses monitor patients with long-term problems at home.

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Tech and seven top universities will embark on a series of collaborative software research projects, making the results of such work in fields like privacy, security and medical decision-making freely available.

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Georgia Tech is one of the seven leading U.S. universities to help IBM advance the state-of-the-art in software and prove the benefits of collaborative innovation with the open source community.

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The College of Computing will test high performance computing, gaming and digital content applications on Cell BE technology, as well as port and optimize key Cell libraries for data, video and image processing.

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The College of Computing will use Microsoft's® Robotics Studio for creating robotic software for a wide variety of hardware platforms.

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College of Computing Dean Rich DeMillo says what you buy today is obsolete tomorrow and that manufacturers are simply responding to what the market requires.

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College of Computing Professor Jarek Rossignac helped develop an innovative computer system that allows surgeons to design and test cardiac procedures before they enter the operating room.

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Associate Professor David Bader is helping the National Science Foundation take supercomputing to the next level by enabling scientists to take advantage of these extraordinarily powerful machines.

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Universities like Georgia Tech are using these virtual environments as real world platforms that can be informative but also educational.

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The prestigious Faculty Early Career Development Award from the National Science Foundation provides $500,000 in research funding over the next five years.

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The College of Computing founding dean and emeritus professor will provide strategic counsel and management consulting to the leaders of companies, universities, governments and non-profit organizations.

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CoC has been designated as the first Sony-Toshiba-IBM Center of Competence to build a community of programmers and broaden industry support for the Cell Broadband Engine microprocessor. 

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Georgia Tech has emerged as a global leader in robotics research and innovation with partnerships with industry leaders and strengths in interactive and intelligent computing.

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The Georgia Institute of Technology has been selected to host the world’s most renowned research competition among custom-built robots and their designers.

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Georgia Tech and Emory University researchers are helping pediatric cardiac surgeons design and test a customized surgical procedure before ever picking up a scalpel.

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Associate Professor Tucker Balch comments on the swarmanoid, three types of bots that are joining forces to perform various jobs from tidying a bedroom to earthquake rescue.

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College of Computing Professor of Cognitive Science Nancy Nersessian is one of four Georgia Tech faculty elected by their peers as Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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Georgia Tech's biomedicine computing cluster uses the Force10 TeraScale E-Series to analyze large quantities of information from human genome sequencing to drug discovery research.

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College of Computing’s Barbara Ericson and Mark Guzdial are leveraging the strengths of Alice and Media Computation to continue attracting and retaining students in computer science.

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Georgia Tech's biomedicine computing cluster uses the Force10 TeraScale E-Series to analyze large quantities of information from human genome sequencing to drug discovery research.

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Georgia Tech's biomedicine computing cluster uses the Force10 TeraScale E-Series to analyze large quantities of information from human genome sequencing to drug discovery research.

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The College of Computing's new undergraduate computer science curriculum helps students become lifelong learners and maintain a competitive advantage in the global economy.

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The associate professor and executive director of high-performance computing received $75,000 to investigate the design and optimization of algorithms that fully exploit multi-core processors.

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The College of Computing assistant professor is awarded of the highest honors given to young university faculty in science and engineering for his auditory and multimodal graph research that helps the visually impaired.

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GVU Assistant Professor Ian Bogost says with PlayStation 3, Sony focused on video sensuousness and the realism of graphics, but it's hard to tell how meaningful games will be.

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Sony, Toshiba and IBM selected the College of Computing at Georgia Tech as a partner to build a community of programmers and broaden industry support for the Cell BE processor.

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The STI Center of Competence puts Tech at the forefront of groundbreaking semiconductor design and will explore ways to adapt cell technology for other industries, including biotech, finance and digital media creation.

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Georgia Tech's ensemble is Atlanta's new-music hipster collective, revealing what happens when classically trained musicians use cutting-edge technologies to redefine the way we create, perform and listen to music.  

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The College of Computing’s Algorithms and Randomness Center and ThinkTank will focus on a growing field of research, bringing an algorithmic perspective to challenging problems.

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College of Computing doctoral candidate ByungMoon Kim will receive an award this month from the Executive Science and Technology Council of the Science Applications International Corporation.

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GTISC Director Mustaque Ahamad says although the possibility of insider fraud is real, most election officials and poll workers don't tamper with the voting machines or the results.

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College of Computing graduate student Lan Guo was recently recognized by BellSouth for outstanding user interface design and usability services provided to client organizations.

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Professor of the Practice and world-renowned cybersecurity expert Howard Schmidt will speak at the Global Knowledge Congress' upcoming conference.

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Associate Professor Beki Grinter discusses the significant transition of the Web as an incredibly powerful medium that allows us to bond and belong.

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The Christopher W. Klaus Advanced Computing Building recently opened its doors to students with classes scheduled for spring semester. 

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The College of Computing at Georgia Tech has a new facility that houses some of the most advanced computing labs and innovative educational technology in the world.

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Alumni, dignitaries, students, faculty and staff celebrated the grand opening of the Christopher W. Klaus Advanced Computing Building, galvanizing Georgia Tech and Atlanta as leaders in the digital economy.

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College of Computing Professor Nancy Nersessian was recently invited by the National Science Foundation to help SLC's focus on different ways to create interdisciplinary emergence.

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The new 412,000-square-foot Christopher W. Klaus Advanced Computing Building is stunning with its soaring glass and environmentally-friendly features, carefully designed to encourage intellectual interaction while conserving natural resources.

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The College of Computing dedicated the new Christopher W. Klaus Building six years after his $15M donation, continuing Klaus' legacy of entrepreneurship and collaboration.

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The College of Computing officially opens the Christopher W. Klaus Advanced Computing Building, a world-class facility for learning and the discovery of innovations that impact our lives.

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As Christopher Klaus dedicates the Advanced Computing Building at Georgia Tech, the company he founded as a student sells to IBM for $1.3 billion.

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Michael E. Torrey of Winter Springs, Fla., started graduate school working towards an M.S. in Computer Science with a concentration in information security, but once the new Information Security program was approved he decided to pursue the new degree.

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College of Computing expertise helps the new Center for Pediatric Outcomes and Quality implement better methods and technologies that truly make a difference in the lives of Georgia's children.

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Assistant Professor Pete Manolios is co-chair of this year's Formal Methods in Computer Aided Design, a leading forum for academia and industry to present and discuss groundbreaking theory and applications of hardware and system verification.

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As a leader in increasing the participation of women in the information technologies for innovation, competitiveness, social impact and equity, Tech will host the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) semi-annual meeting on November 15-16, 2006.

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Assistant Professors Frank Dellaert and Bruce Walker's System for Wearable Audio Navigation is called "a revolution for blind people." 

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Georgia Tech was recently recognized for distinguished community service and extraordinary student volunteer efforts serving area neighborhoods and Gulf Coast communities devastated by Katrina.

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The College of Computing is part of a partnership with Atlanta’s Shepherd Center to use wireless technologies for enhancing the lives of people with disabilities.

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College of Computing Assistant Professor Nick Feamster hosted "WIRED: A Workshop On Internet Routing Evolution & Design" to chart a course for the future research of routing architectures.

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College of Computing Ph.D. student Matthew Flagg and his faculty advisor Jim Rehg have developed the Projector-Guided Painting Project providing artists with a set of interaction modes that aid in planning and executing the application of paint.

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Ph.D. student Delphine Nain is one of only five “Best” student papers awarded out of 578 submissions at the international conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention.

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The College of Computing at Georgia Tech is pioneering a completely new way of teaching computer science that better prepares students for the challenges of the 21st-century workplace.

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Tech is named one of North America's "Top 50 Universities" and jumps to 145 in the world according to recent rankings.

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Assistant Professor Nick Feamster is researching ways to detect spam based on where in the network it is coming from, rather than simply the contents of the e-mail itself.

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Computing Science & Systems (CSS) division Chair Ellen Zegura will help guide the design of a next-generation Internet as an advisory board member for the National Science Foundation and the Computing Research Association.

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Assistant Professors Bruce Walker and Frank Dellaert developed the System for Wearable Audio Navigation which acts like a sonar device to help sight-impaired users.

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eorgia Tech is ranked number 11 of the top 15 places to work in academia in the U.S. according to survey results featured in The Scientist magazine.

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College of Computing Alumnus William Carter is the new managing director at EPIQ Systems, Inc., a national leader of technology-based solutions for the legal and fiduciary services industries.

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The College of Computing introduces Threads™, an unprecedented curriculum designed to "offshoreproof" computer science graduates.

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GVU Assistant Professor Gil Weinberg enlisted the support of a musical technology graduate student to create "Haile," the first truly robotic musician.

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The College of Computing Interactive & Intelligent Computing (IIC) division has a remarkable total of seven papers accepted by the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI) to be held in Hyderabad, India.

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Georgia Tech's freshman class of computer science majors is up by 33% as students' degrees are now personalized to better reflect their particular interests and career aspirations.

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College of Computing Alumna Annie Antón was recently appointed by Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Michael Chertoff to serve on the DHS Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee.

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College of Computing Assistant Professor Pete Manolios and Professor Mary Jean Harrold have been awarded over $250,000 to help Boeing with the development of their new airplane.

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Interactive & Intelligent Computing division Professor Mark Guzdial and Ph.D. students Allison Elliott Tew and Brian Dorn published two of only six accepted U.S. papers at the International Computing Education Research workshop.

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College of Computing research findings reveal some of the lengths to which spammers will go to hide their tracks.

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The Georgia Tech Information Security Center is creating a partnership with BellSouth and Internet Security Systems to explore security surrounding the emerging Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology.

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Founded by Associate Dean Merrick Furst, the College of Computing venture is among the big security vendors in the battle against botnets. 

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The College of Computing puts an end to the one-size-fits-all approach to CS, emphasizing flexibility for creativity in the field, and producing “symphonic thinking” graduates whose jobs won't be outsourced.

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Innovative Threads™ Curriculum focuses on best preparing students for successful and sustainable careers in a competitive global economy.Read More

The Graphics Visualization & Usability (GVU) Center will host the Honorable Senator of Chile Fernando Flores Labra this week to discuss his agenda for Chile's transition into the digital age despite strong opposition from certain leadership groups.

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Georgia Tech is one of the best universities in the world for technology transfer and a top producer of start-up companies, according to a new biotechnology study from the Milken Institute.

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Led by Associate Professor Thad Starner, the Center for Accessible Technology in Sign (CATS) and CopyCat project  will air during Deaf Awareness Week on September 24-30, 2006.

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Assistant Professor Charles Isbell is among 12 junior faculty from across the nation selected for DARPA’s Computer Science Study Group Program.

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College of Computing Associate Professor David Bader gave an invited keynote at the second international conference on High Performance Computing and Communications in Munich, Germany.

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College of Computing Dean Rich DeMillo emphasized "computing in context" to Africa's first elected female president who is seeking partnerships to help provide technology access to war stricken Liberia.

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The College of Computing Associate Professor and his research team recently won a $640K grant from the National Science Foundation to pursue fundamental research on the learning of mental models.

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Africa's first female president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf met with Georgia Tech dignitaries about transforming Liberia into a communications and information hub.

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Ashwin Ram, associate professor and CEO of Enkia develops intelligent computing solutions that could revolutionize life in just a matter of time.

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College of Computing Assistant Professor Nick Feamster and Ph.D. student Anirudh Ramachandran identify additional techniques for combating unwanted junk email.

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Associate Professor Gregory Abowd and Ph.D. student Gillian Hayes invented and developed a groundbreaking video capture technology designed to better assess and treat children with autism.

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As a growing number of students are choosing colleges based on their compatibility with video gaming, Tech is named #7 in the nation by the Global Gaming League (GGL).

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College of Computing Regents’ Professor Mostafa Ammar is co-chairing the Association for Computing Machinery's (ACM) premiere international conference on the measurement and modeling of computer systems.

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College of Computing Ph.D. student Andrea Forte studies online communities and gives her reaction to CBS news about making personal profile pages public.

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The College of Computing is partnering with Microsoft to get new talent and innovation into the gaming industry.

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Associate Professor David Bader recently received the highly competitive award for making fundamental contributions to the design and optimization of parallel scientific libraries for multicore processors.

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The Algorithms and Randomness Center announces a new colloquium series which starts this fall and features experts in the field.

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College of Computing Assistant Professor Pete Manolios co-chaired the sixth international workshop on the ACL2 theorem prover and its applications.

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Associate Professor Beki Grinter’s study about the reasons teenagers adopt instant messaging is on the “Top 10” downloads of ACM’s premier Digital Library.

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Ian Bogost, GVU faculty member and a founder of Persuasive Games, says advergames like Disaffected! are more complicated than a simple consumer vendetta.

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The College of Computing receives support from the industry leader in security technology for its innovative academic effort to design real-world security solutions.

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College of Computing researchers have developed a prototype that thwarts clandestine photography and could save the film industry $3 billion a year.

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Henrik Christensen, director of the Robotics and Intelligent Machines Center, says after starting in trivial applications like vacuum cleaners, pool cleaners, and lawn mowers, we're now ready to go to the next level.

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Professor Sy Goodman was recently appointed chairperson of the National Research Council Committee on Improving Cyber Security Research in the United States.

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College of Computing Assistant Professor Pete Manolios lectured at the 6th International School on Formal Methods for the Design of Computer Communication and Software Systems in Bertinoro, Italy.

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Assistant Professors Frank Dellaert and Bruce Walker's System for Wearable Audio Navigation (SWAN), combines GPS technology with cameras and image processing software to locate a person's whereabouts.

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Breaking away from today's games, Assistant Professor and cofounder of Procedural Arts Michael Mateas unveils a one-act interactive drama featuring a 3D environment and voice-acted, AI-driven characters.

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As a Georgia Tech student in the early 1990s, Christopher Klaus developed a revolutionary software program and started Internet Security Systems Inc. which just sold to IBM for $1.3 billion.

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College of Computing Associate Professor Ashok Goel and Senior Research Scientist Spencer Rugaber will receive a $640,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.

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The College's Computing Science and Systems (CSS) division and the Center for Experimental Research in Computer Systems (CERCS) set a precedent at the 2006 International Symposium on Microarchitecture.

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Our undergraduate research, creative projects, and internship programs are outstanding examples within U.S. News & World Report's recently released America's Best Colleges listing.

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College of Computing Associate Professor Jun Xu is receiving the honor for fundamental contributions to performance evaluation methodologies.

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The College of Computing Ph.D. student has received a competitive Graduate Student Researchers Program (GSRP) Fellowship from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

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Assistant Professors Frank Dellaert and Bruce Walker have designed a high-tech, sound-based solution to help the visually impaired get around more easily.

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College of Computing Associate Professor Eric Vigoda recently won the 2006 Delbert Ray Fulkerson Prize, a prestigious award given every three years for breakthrough discoveries in Discrete Mathematics.

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College of Computing Associate Dean Merrick Furst, Associate Professor Wenke Lee, and Ph.D. student David Dagon founded Damballa, an unconventional company recognizing the online transmissions used to form botnets.

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College of Computing and GTISC graduate Greg Conti joined the world's best-known hackers and computer security experts to reveal how much information free Web services have about typical Internet users.

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College of Computing Associate Professor Blair MacIntyre says his students will now be able to buy an Xbox 360 rather than a high-powered PC to test their game prototypes.

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College of Computing Dean Rich DeMillo will give opening address to government and private sector security experts at the inaugural Joint GFIRST-USSS/ECTF-InfraGard meeting.

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The College of Computing is among the first to include Microsoft's XNA Game Studio Express in student course offerings this fall, forever changing the way games are developed.

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Karsten Schwan, College of Computing professor and director of the Center for Experimental Research in Computer Systems (CERCS) says Intel's support in multi-core education is critical.

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GTISC and College of Computing Ph.D. student David Dagon presented blueprints for an industrywide, automated "malware repository" designed specifically to address the problem of self-updating bot programs.

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Computational Science and Engineering Professor Hongyuan Zha was recently awarded two U.S. patents for technology behind the Yahoo! Search engine.

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According to Pulitzer Prize winning author Thomas Friedman, the College of Computing at Georgia Tech "gets it."

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College of Computing Assistant Professors Yael Kalai and Nick Feamster are winners of this year's George M. Sprowls Award for best doctoral theses in computer science.

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College of Computing Alumna Annie Antón is among the 81 young engineers selected to participate in the 12th annual U.S. Frontiers of Engineering Symposium.

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College of Computing Assistant Professor Bruce Walker says the human auditory system is the best complex pattern-recognition device we have.

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Huamin Wang is among "the best and most talented graduate students in the world" who received the prestigious fellowship for the 2006-2007 academic year.

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College of Computing Ph.D. student Andrea Forte says "Wikis provide students an opportunity to have their voices heard which is the gold standard when it comes to motivation."

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Professor Sy Goodman led a "first of its kind" session during the U.S. government's African Center for Strategic Studies Annual Senior Leadership Seminar in Atlanta.

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College of Computing Professor Mark Guzdial receives funding for his National Science Foundation (NSF) proposal to help CS programs across the country adopt a more innovative curriculum.

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Associate Professor David Bader is helping the National Science Foundation (NSF) use this massive resource towards breakthroughs in the biological sciences.

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The Center for Experimental Research in Computer Systems celebrates numerous awards from industry partners and an international conference.

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The College of Computing at Georgia Tech will host the Third International Conference on Design Computing & Cognition, and Associate Professor Ashok Goel will act as local and vice-chair.

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Computing Science & Systems Assistant Professor Yannis Smaragdakis and Ph.D. student Christoph Csallner won one of only two distinguished paper awards at the International Symposium on Software Testing and Analysis.

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College of Computing research like "CopyCat" and "Telesign" are among the most promising communication ideas for the deaf.

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The College of Computing’s Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) division has received a Sun Microsytems Academic Excellence Grant (AEG) for multicore systems valued at $33,990.

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College of Computing Regents’ Professor Janet Kolodner and three Ph.D. students give elementary and middle school kids cool ways to integrate science, math and computing.

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While earning her Ph.D., Annie Antón wrote "the most influential paper" and will be celebrated at the 2006 IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference.

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A College of Computing “Tiger Team” in next year’s usable security competition will be sponsored by a $50,000 gift from Symantec.Read More

The College's Computing Science & Systems (CSS) division has four papers accepted to the ACM/IFIP/USENIX 7th International Middleware Conference in Melbourne, Australia.

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Distinguished faculty and staff joined fellow academics from the world's leading institutions to focus on meeting the technical challenges of the future.

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College of Computing Associate Professor David Bader is one of the world's foremost parallel computing experts and will help develop reconfigurable solutions for DSPlogic.

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The three-story residential laboratory tests and develops devices to monitor aging adults' activities and health indicators enabling them to live independently longer.

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College of Computing Associate Professor Beki Grinter studies the interaction of humans and technology in work and play, and says the rising tech tide at the beach and elsewhere is a good thing.

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College of Computing Regents’ Professor Ron Arkin will make a fundamental contribution toward the deployment of intelligent robotic weaponry for the Department of Defense.

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According to the newest edition of the TOP500 list, Tech’s supercomputer ranks 51 in the world and 6 in the nation, outranking CalTech, MIT and Carnegie Mellon.

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The College of Computing continues quest to contextualize computer science learning with the help of little robots.

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Joint industry and academic partnership to apply robotics technology to undergraduate computer science education.Read More
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Tucker Balch uses ant behavior as a model for robots. 

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James Andrew Ozment, a Georgia Tech computer science graduate ('00) and current research scientist for the College of Computing, is one of 40 winners nationwide for the 2002 Marshall Scholarship award.Read More

The College of Computing Continuing Education Program introduces a new course entitled "Blueprint for Information Security" on November 14th at the Georgia Tech Computer Training Facility at Colony Square in Midtown Atlanta.

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The Georgia Institute of Technology announced today that it has named Richard A. DeMillo as the John P. Imlay, Jr. Dean of Computing of the nationally ranked College of Computing, one of the largest computer science programs in the country.

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The College of Computing is ranked among the top tier of computer science programs in the U.S. for student satisfaction in a just released online doctoral survey by the National Association of Graduate-Professional Students (NAGPS).

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The Georgia Tech Information Security Center (GTISC) will begin its inaugural 2001 Distinguished Lecture Series on September 6 with a visit by Dr. Michael Rabin, Thomas J. Watson Sr. Professor of Computer Science at Harvard University.

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Dr. Foley is Professor and Associate Dean in the College of Computing, and Professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering.Read More

The Georgia Institute of Technology has named Dr. Richard A. DeMillo Distinguished Professor of Computing and Director of the Georgia Tech Information Security Center (GTISC), effective August 15.

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College of Computing Ph.D. student Michael Holmes and Assistant Professor Charles Isbell wrote a "distinguished" paper honored recently at the 2006 International Conference on Machine Learning.

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Howard Schmidt, GTISC & Georgia Tech Professor of the Practice says, "It is up to the corporate, government and academic leaders to bear arms and fight to protect the everyday user."

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The College of Computing’s LST faculty, post-docs and students are celebrated at the 2006 International Conference of the Learning Sciences.

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GTISC's renowned cyber security expert is a Georgia Tech Professor of the Practice, and the new president of ISSA's International Board of Directors.

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College of Computing Associate Professor Mark Guzdial and Ph.D. student Brian Dorn get NSF support to devise techniques for teaching non-CS-programmers about CS and design in the context of their daily work.

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College of Computing Associate Professor David Bader receives a $200,000 award from the National Science Foundation's Computing Systems Research program.

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Assistant Professor Alex Orso is developing techniques to fight SQL injection attacks which are on the rise.

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Researchers like Blair MacIntyre, associate professor in the College's Interactive and Intelligent Computing division are turning cell phones into motion-detection game controllers.

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As founder and longtime director of today's College of Computing, Vladimir helped introduce the world to the Information Age, using technology to improve our way of life.

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The College of Computing's collaborative research will help students better visualize the operation of complex systems.

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The College of Computing partners with Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) to offer a research based mentoring program that increases the pipeline of diverse, talented students. 

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Associate Professor Keith Edwards, along with Ph.D. students Jeonghwa Yang and Erika Shehan win $75,000 Research Award from Cisco.

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College of Computing's Henrik Christensen and Ron Arkin say that security, safety and sex are the big concerns, therefore what authority are roboticists going to give these machines?

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Interactive and Intelligent Computing division researchers use camera-mounted sensors, lighting equipment, a projector and a computer to scan for, find and neutralize digital cameras.

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The Georgia Tech Information Security Center (GTISC) examines the challenges for businesses and consumers in managing digital identities.

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College of Computing Assistant Professor Micheal Mateas proves that video games are an amazing place to do fundamental Artificial Intelligence research.

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As the College of Computing prepares to host RoboCup 2007, Assistant Professor Tucker Balch says the teams just keep getting better and "more alive."

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The new Robotics and Intelligent Machines Center is an interdisciplinary effort, leveraging the strengths and expertise of the Colleges of Computing and Engineering, and the Research Institute at Georgia Tech.Read More

As part of its collaboration with Georgia Tech, GSE Systems Inc. will work with the College of Computing to transform education and training by helping students better visualize the operation of complex systems.

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Leading roboticists like College of Computing's Henrik Christensen and Ron Arkin are addressing robot safety implications beyond the factory floor.

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The Cyber Security Industry Alliance event explores the role of government and business in safeguarding personal information.

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Designed by Associate Professor Tucker Balch, the rescue robot was recently used within a simulation obstacle course to raise $8,600 for the American Cancer Society.

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Associate Professor Ashok Goel and Professor Nancy Nersessian help the National Science Foundation launch a new strategic program.

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Assistant Professors Frank Dellaert and Bruce Walker's System for Wearable Audio Navigation (SWAN) combines GPS, computer vision and other advanced technologies to tell users about their surroundings.  Watch CNN Coverage

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The College's new Klaus Advanced Computing Building designed by Perkins + Will is a certified "green" structure, recapturing water runoff and condensation to irrigate the site.

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Three award-winning instructors from the College were recognized at the "Up With the White and Gold" Awards Ceremony on April 27, 2006.

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GVU Director Beth Mynatt explains how Aware Home technologies can help an older person remain healthy and stay in the home longer.

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The College's Advisory Board Member will head Atlanta's leading arts organization and build its long-planned symphony hall.

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College of Computing Alum and renowned IPTV Technologist Satish Menon will help build future generations of advanced video entertainment applications.

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The College of Computing Associate Professor moderated a compelling panel exploring the risks and other issues pertaining to online environments for children.

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Mustaque Ahamad explains how the National Security Agency can reveal and analyze social networks, but there’s also a potential for abuse.

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Nick Feamster's "VINI" offers network researchers the first opportunity to design and run experiments in an environment that looks and feels like the real Internet.

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Information security expert Howard Schmidt gives keynote addressing a national response to online identity management challenges.

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Assistant Professor Gil Weinberg is developing a robot percussionist that uses genetic algorithms to modify the beats in real time and come up with new patterns.

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Nancy Nersessian, professor of cognitive science at the College of Computing, was recently elected a foreign member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences.

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The state-wide community outreach program for high school students helps advance and enrich their education in technology.

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College of Computing Associate Professor Gregory Abowd talks to ABC World News Tonight about technologies that provide monitoring and memory aids for senior citizens. See News Coverage

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Research Assistant Gillian Hayes explains how the new software is giving teachers more time to focus on students and solutions.

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The carefully crafted, radically changed curriculum has earned national accolades from business leaders and professors alike.

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David Bader, associate professor within the College's Computational Science and Engineering division, along with Ph.D. students Kamesh Madduri and Vaddadi Chandu, have three papers accepted at this year's 35th International Conference on Parallel Processing (ICPP).

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The College of Computing associate professor developed technology, now supported by the National Institutes of Health, that more effectively assesses and treats children with autism both in the home and at school.

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College of Computing Associate Professor Gregory Abowd shows CBS News how senior citizens can hold on to their independence as long as possible.

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Nick Feamster, College of Computing Assistant Professor within the Computing Sciences and Systems (CSS) division, and Ph.D. student Anirudh Ramachandran recently had their work accepted by ACM's SIGCOMM 2006.

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Craig Tovey's fascinating research is featured in a recently published book by George Szpiro.

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Ph.D. students Marshini Chetty, Andrea Grimes and Ellie Harmon were winners at the annual ACM International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI) conference.

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The associate professor within the College of Computing's Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) division, ushered in this year's International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS).

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The 2007 RoboCup competition hosted at Georgia Tech and chaired by Balch, showcases the latest in search and rescue and robot soccer.  See CNN Coverage

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Keith O'Hara was officially recognized as a leader in technology research after receiving the coveted Intel Fellowship.

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The College of Computing's CSE division Chair is this year's program chair for the Winter Simulation Conference (WSC) in Monterey, California.

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Gregory Abowd, associate professor at the College of Computing, explores a variety of applications that help families help their children overcome developmental disabilities. See TV Coverage

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The technology being developed makes it easier to help children with special needs.  See TV Coverage

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The College of Computing associate professor within the Computing Science and Systems (CSS) division won an NSF Computing Processes and Artifacts (CPA) grant.

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The College of Computing at Georgia Tech will be the world leader in personal robotics--systems that work in close cooperation with humans.

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As the emerging leader in robotics, the College of Computing will gladly open its doors to more than 2,000 high school and university students, faculty, and staff from around the world for the most prestigious robotics competition.

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CoC undergraduate students showcased their research talents and competed for first place.

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The College of Computing at Georgia Tech is preparing students for the 21st century's global reality. 

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Keynote Address and Executive Panel to Discuss Escalating Concerns and Solutions to Online Identity Theft.

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The National Science Foundation awards Ralph Dunlap, Adebola Osuntogun, and Gallagher Pryor with the most prestegious graduate fellowship in the nation.

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CoC Associate Professor Tucker Balch is Chair of the 2006 KUKA RoboCup U.S. Open on April 20-23.

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Probabilistic System on Chip technology reduces energy consumption by a factor of more than 500 for some applications. 

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CoC hosted its 15th Annual Awards Celebration to congratulate everyone on another exciting and productive year.

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CoC's Charlie Reiss, Chris Sidi, and James Robinson (IE), along with coach David Van Brackle represent Georgia Tech at the world's most prestigious university competition in computing sciences.

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David Dagon, Merrick Furst, Dick Lipton, and Wenke Lee's new company raised $2.5 million in seed funding to fight the No. 1 emerging Internet threat: bot armies.

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As 79 million Baby Boomers turn 60, cutting-edge technology is preparing them for old age while coping with their parents' advancing years.

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CoC students Gillian Hayes, Delphine Nain, Laura Rouse, and Tracy Westeyn are excelling in computer science and creating diversity that benefits us all.

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Computational Science and Engineering Professors Concettina Guerra and Alberto Apostolico led the Tenth Annual International Conference on Research in Computational Molecular Biology (RECOMB).

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CoC's Barbara Ericson is helping to create Georgia's new high school CS curriculum and disseminating it nationally through the Computer Science Teacher’s Association (CSTA).

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Global Leader KUKA Robotics Sponsors Appointment of International Robotics Expert Dr. Henrik Christensen

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Continuing to move up in the latest ranking of doctoral computer science (CS) programs by U.S. News & World Report, the College of Computing currently ranks 11th in the nation.

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The NSF’s Computing and Communication Foundations (CCF) Program will fund over $400,000 towards Harrold's research project titled, Automatic Fault Localization Using Statistics and Visualization.

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Assistant Professor Michael Mateas, as design partner and founder of Georgia Tech's Experimental Game Lab, helps take on the most complicated problem in contemporary American political discourse.

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GVU's Digital Family Portrait looks like a regular photo, but icons depict whether daily activity of the senior is unusual.

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CoC Associate Professor Jeff Pierce helps make sense of the changes in user interfaces for the machines we use every day.

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The College of Computing's Tiger Team competition provides funding for three winning projects.

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The College of Computing's Dr. Krishna Palem and fellow Tech researchers presented at the DATE Conference in Munich, Germany.

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College of Computing Professor Mark Guzdial changed his teaching style to accommodate today's students. 

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The Georgia Tech Information Security Center commences its formal partnership with VERSO, a global provider of next generation network solutions.

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The sponsorship of this international forum dedicated to arts, technology, and people doing strange things with electricity began this year.

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Amy Bruckman, an associate professor at the College of Computing at Georgia Tech, has studied multi-user online gaming since the early 1990’s...

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Ashwin Ram, Charles Isbell and Michael Mateas will receive four years of research funding from the agency's Integrated Learning Program.

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The College of Computing will receive a Certificate of Excellence for the 2005-2006 Best Practices Challenge

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The prestigious Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) will provide $400,000 in research funding over the next five years.

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The assistant professor's award is intended to enhance his career as one of the very best young faculty members in computer science.

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The assistant professor's innovative computer vision research will receive $50,000 from the Virtual Earth and Trustworthy Computing program.

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The International Symposium on High-Performance Computer Architecture (HPCA) deemed her "Store Vectors for Scalable Memory Dependence Prediction and Scheduling" the best student presentation.

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At RSA 2006 in San Jose, DeMillo said the industry needs a better forum for shared security interests.

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Michael Mateas, assistant professor in Georgia Tech’s School of Literature Communication and Culture and the College of Computing, and his co-developer Andrew Stern of Procedural Arts, won the Grand Jury Sparky Award for “Façade,” a one-act interactive drama.

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Video Games Symposium Features Industry Leaders and Innovators

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After doing research for years using computer clusters, Iowa State University has a high performance supercomputer running to decipher the corn genome.

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After President Bush in his State of the Union address proposed spending more on supercomputing, the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology announced a new partnership.

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College of Computing at Georgia Tech, Oak Ridge National Laboratory and UT-Battelle Collaborate to Advance U.S. High-Performance Computing

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"There are a lot of people who will be very unhappy on February 3rd," says expert Merrick Furst.

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Merrick Furst, professor of computing and associate dean at the College of Computing at Georgia Tech is conducting extensive research into botnets.

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College of Computing associate dean says botnets are #1 security threat

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Thumbs across the country already are suffering the throes of withdrawal. Can they survive in a world without a BlackBerry?

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Atlantans Embrace Wireless Lifestyle "because it's a young, tech savvy city. Atlanta should be proud it's on the edge," said CoC associate professor Beki Grinter

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The College of Computing at Georgia Tech, a national leader in education and research that creates real-world computing breakthroughs to drive social and scientific progress, today announced that Howard A. Schmidt

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CoC Student Share Their Internet Savvy to Help Third World Development View Video

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CoC Professors Vijay Vazirani and Krishna Palem Named ACM Fellows for Contributions to Computing and IT

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Rich DeMillo is dean of the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology, home to one of the highest-ranking computer science programs in the country

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