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August 26, 2014

Professors Matthew Turk and Tobias Höllerer of the Four Eyes Lab were awarded a $477,428 National Science Foundation grant for a project titled "Crowd-Sourcing the World: Scalable Methods for Dynamic Structure from Motion.

August 22, 2014

Around 400 of the best cryptology researchers met at UCSB this past week for CRYPTO 2014, one of the world's premiere cryptology conferences. For five days, attendees were immersed in talks and presentations on campus, both formal and informal, on a dizzying array of topics related to cryptology: random number generation, cipher models, security and attacks, password protection, new technologies and trends in the digital world, just to name a few.

August 20, 2014

UCSB alumnus Aydın Buluç is working on energy-efficient parallel graph and data mining algorithms as part of a 2013 DOE Early Career award grant at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. In recent years technological advances have led to an explosion of data that is being generated faster than it can be analyzed. Graph abstractions provide a natural way to represent relationships among these large data sets, but existing algorithms consume too much energy per operation. Dr.

August 15, 2014

From flash mobs at the local mall to trending activist hashtags, social networks have quickly integrated themselves into modern human life and become a tool for instantaneous global communication. Every day, an estimated 700 million people (out of billions of registered users) worldwide are weighing in on the top social networking sites, swaying others, making decisions and forming relationships in a constant torrent of information.

August 14, 2014

Prof. Fred Chong is co-principal investigator with Prof. Ken Brown (GATech) on a new $480K National Science Foundation research grant to study quantum error correction schemes. The main challenge for building a quantum computer is that quantum components are prone to error. Chong and Brown will investigate surface codes, a new class of error correction codes for quantum computers. Surface codes are ensemble codes that more efficiently code redundancy into large collections of quantum bits.

August 7, 2014

PayScale recently ranked colleges based on the earning potential of computer science graduates and UCSB ranked #3. Rankings were based on the median staring salaries and mid-career salaries of computer science alumni.

The top 20 list can be found in the Network World article here.

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Events

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