Recent News & Accomplishments
Ben Shneiderman has won the IEEE Book Award for 2003 for his book, Leonardo's Laptop: Human Needs and the New Computing Technologies .
Work by Cornelia Fermuller and Yiannis Aloimonos has been highlighted in New Scientist and CNN , and was Yahoo New's top technology item on October 30.
A paper by Atif Memon and his graduate students was selected as one of the outstanding papers of the 18th IEEE International Conference on Automated Software Engineering.
A paper by Jeff Carver and Vic Basili won the best-paper award at the 17th Brazilian Symposium on Software Engineering (SBES 2003).
Mema Roussopoulos , who got her undergraduate degree from our department, has accepted a position at Harvard University, as an assistant professor of computer science on the Gordon McKay endowment.
Ben Shneiderman 's book Leonardo's Laptop was a finalist in the Independent Publishers Book Awards 2003.
Dana Nau co-chaired the International Conference on AI Planning and Scheduling in Trento, Italy.
Adam Agnew and Adam Sulmicki (both undergraduates in our department) received the Best Student Paper award at the USENIX Freenix track.
Vic Basili was a keynote speaker at the 2003 Software Management Conference.
Dieter Rombach , a former postdoc here and a professor at Universitat Kaiserslautern, has received our Post Doctoral Alumnus award.