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James Allan
November 06, 2018
Professor James Allan, chair of the faculty in the UMass Amherst College of Information and Computer Sciences, is a member of the leadership team on a National Science Foundation (NSF) ADVANCE Institutional Transformation grant to support the... more
November 01, 2018
Terrie Kellogg, a software specialist in the UMass Amherst College of Information and Computer Sciences (CICS), was recently selected to receive the 2018 Outstanding Staff Award for her exceptional work in the college's Computer Science Computing... more
(l. to r.) Gregory Thomas, Grace Hall, and Tom Moliterno
October 29, 2018
The Minute Pitch, the first event of the 2018-2019 Innovation Challenge, began on October 24 with College of Information and Computer Sciences (CICS) students claiming the first place prize.
Deepak Ganesan and Tauhidur Rahman
October 26, 2018
Computer science researchers Deepak Ganesan and Tauhidur Rahman at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, as part of a multi-institution team, have received a three-year grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to explore how work... more
Laura Haas
October 04, 2018
Dear CICS Community, 
Ramesh Sitaraman
October 04, 2018
UMass Amherst College of Information and Computer Sciences Professor Ramesh Sitaraman and Duke University Professor Bruce M.
Emma Strubell and Pat Verga
October 04, 2018
UMass Amherst College of Information and Computer Sciences (CICS) PhD Candidates Emma Strubell and Pat Verga, advised by Distinguished Professor Andrew McCallum, have been awarded Best Long Paper for their work "Linguistically-Informed Self-... more
Hang Su
October 02, 2018
PhD student Hang Su, along with UMass Amherst College of Information and Computer Sciences Assistant Professors Subhransu Maji and Evangelos Kalogerakis, have been recognized with an Honorable Mention Best Paper award for their paper "SPLATNet:... more
September 26, 2018
The next generation of wearable activity sensors will not be strap-on devices that can be lost or forgotten, say researchers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, instead they may be threads or fabric patches sewn into shirts and pants to... more
September 26, 2018
AMHERST, Mass. - The next generation of wearable activity sensors will not be strap-on devices that can be lost or forgotten, say researchers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, instead they may be threads or fabric patches sewn into shirts... more

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