News & Announcements

Boyd-Graber, Feng Present Paper on Machine Learning Interpretability at IUI 2019

Mar 11, 2019 - The study the researchers are presenting is based upon how well humans and computers play as a team.

Visit from Czech Prime Minister Highlights UMD Research Capabilities in AI and Computer Vision

Mar 07, 2019 - Whirlwind tour highlights UMD research in artificial intelligence, robotics, computer vision, and virtual and augmented reality.

Feizi Awarded Simons-Berkeley Research Fellowship

Mar 04, 2019 - He will participate in an 11-week program that explores the foundations of deep learning.

Manocha Talks Robotics in Latest AAAS Newsletter

Mar 04, 2019 - Dinesh Manocha, the Paul Chrisman Iribe Chair in the Department of Computer Science, was recently featured in the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) newsletter for his research in roboti

MPower Day in Annapolis Highlights Ongoing Collaborations Between UMCP and UMB

Mar 01, 2019 - Collaborative research, innovation and education between the state's top public research institutions on display in Annapolis.

Hartree Fellow Looks Forward to New Opportunities at QuICS

Feb 27, 2019 - Wang brings his passion for math to the field of quantum information science at QuICS.

Battle Receives NSF Grant to Improve Key Systems in Exploratory Data Analysis Tools

Feb 13, 2019 - The grant will support the interactive exploration of massive datasets.

Van Horn Receives NSF Award to Make Verification Easier to Integrate Into Everyday Programming Tasks

Feb 05, 2019 - He will develop next-generation programming languages that integrate strong correctness guarantees and verification technology with the aim of elevating the reliability of software.

Manocha's Research on the Science of Crowds Highlighted by Media

Jan 28, 2019 - Manocha and his team are the first to their knowledge to develop a crowd simulation model that integrates physiological, psychological and physical factors.

Leiserson Using Machine Learning to Advance Cancer Treatments

Jan 28, 2019 - Using computer modeling, scientists identified three categories of data hospitals should collect to more accurately predict cancer patients’ immune response to therapy.