The Wu Lab, led by Eugene Wu, will talk at paper presentations, workshops, and a panel on “The Dos and Don’ts of Sharing Research.”
Research & News
Kathleen McKeown on model compression, data distribution shifts, language revitalization, and more.
CS researchers presented their work at the 60th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL 2022). Faithful or … Continue reading Research from the NLP & Speech Group Accepted to ACL 2022
Roboticist’s proposed framework to enable robots to learn on their own and adapt to new environments could revolutionize everything from … Continue reading Shuran Song Receives NSF CAREER Award
Steven Feiner is one of 49 scholars and innovators who have been inducted into the inaugural class of the IEEE Virtual … Continue reading Steven Feiner Inducted into the Inaugural Class of the IEEE Virtual Reality Academy
Student & Alumni News
The computer science community lost Davide Giri on December 2nd. For the past seven years, he worked in the Systems-Level … Continue reading Remembering Davide Giri
PhD student Mia Chiquier’s research is featured in Science. The new technology, called Neural Voice Camouflage, disguises words with custom noise.
The department is extremely proud of all of our students and would like to honor this year’s graduates! We were … Continue reading Congratulations to the Class of 2022
Students from the first cohort of the CS@CU MS Bridge are among the graduates this year. They share how the … Continue reading Graduates of the MS Bridge First Cohort
Andrea Clark-Sevilla reveals how taking a master’s allowed her time to figure out if she wanted to pursue a PhD … Continue reading Voices of CS: Andrea Clark-Sevilla