News & Announcements

UMIACS Faculty Receive MPower Funding to Improve Mental Telehealth Services Using AI

Sep 01, 2020 - Bera and Manocha are working with psychiatric experts in Baltimore to develop AI tools to improve mental health diagnoses for children via webcam.

Raschid and Vidal Finish International Project on Alzheimer’s Disease and Lung Cancer

Aug 31, 2020 - The project, which ended this summer, has produced innovative software that can be used by medical professionals.

QuICS Faculty Join New DOE-Funded Quantum Centers

Aug 28, 2020 - Each center is funded by a $115 million award from the Department of Energy as part of the National Quantum Initiative Act of 2018.

Samet and Lin Receive Distinguished Career Awards from Washington Academy of Sciences

Aug 27, 2020 - The award is is the organization’s highest honor, acknowledging scientists and scholars who have a significant impact on their respective fields of study.

Van Horn Wins Most Influential Paper Award at ICFP 2020

Aug 26, 2020 - The paper is being recognized as having had significant influence in the field of programming languages over the past decade.

Rudinger Brings Expertise in Natural Language Understanding to CLIP Lab

Aug 17, 2020 - Her research focuses on problems in natural language understanding, including knowledge acquisition from text, commonsense inference, computationally-tractable semantic representations, and semantic parsing.

MC2 Researchers Have 13 Papers Accepted to Upcoming Cybersecurity Events

Aug 10, 2020 - The accepted papers highlight the center’s cutting-edge research in programming languages, encrypted databases, security for lattice-based cryptosystems, and more.

MC2 Graduate Student Daniel Votipka Receives John Karat Award

Aug 10, 2020 - The award recognizes Votipka's excellence in usable privacy and security research and his dedication to mentorship and community service.

Wu Receives NSF Funding to Advance Detection of COVID-19 Symptoms Remotely

Aug 07, 2020 - A University of Maryland expert in digital forensics and signal processing has received funding from the National Science Foundation to advance telehealth services by incorporating a novel video technology to virtually detect a patient’s physical symptoms.

New Faculty Member Brings Wide Range of Secure Software Development Skills to MC2

Aug 05, 2020 - Leonidas Lampropoulos's research focuses on using programming language abstractions to make it easier to write, debug, and reason about software and their specifications

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