News Archive

August 19, 2015

Computer Science Professors Ben Zhao and Heather Zheng have been awarded an NSF grant for their project “User Behavior Modeling and Prediction in Anonymous Social Networks”.

Dr. Muath Alkhalaf
July 20, 2015

CS alumnus Dr. Muath Alkhalaf received the 2015 ACM SIGSOFT Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award for his dissertation titled: “Automatic Detection and Repair of Input Validation and Sanitization Bugs”. Dr. Alkhalaf’s dissertation focuses on input validation and sanitization errors in web application code. According to the OWASP’s Top Ten Project, which lists the top ten sources of vulnerabilities in web applications, these types of errors are the most common cause of security vulnerabilities. 

UCSB leads to Silicon Valley jobs!
July 20, 2015

UCSB was ranked #8 in a list of the top 20 universities most likely to get you a job in Silicon Valley. The list was compiled by Jobvite, a recruiting platform.

Great job, UCSB!

For an in-depth article on the subject, please see The Daily Nexus here.

For the original article and complete list, go here.

Oscar H. Ibarra
July 16, 2015

During the 40th anniversary celebration of the Theoretical Computer Science (TCS) journal, CS Professor Oscar Ibarra was noted as the most prolific author contributing to the computer science journal.

TCS is published by the prestigious academic publishing company Elsevier and covers topics in theoretical computer science.

Professor Chandra Krintz
July 7, 2015

by Rich Kildare

Computer Science Professor Chandra Krintz was named the UCSB Faculty Sustainability Champion for the 2015-2016 Academic Year.

Professor Elizabeth Belding
July 2, 2015

CS Professor Elizabeth Belding has received the 2015 NCWIT Harrold and Notkin Research and Graduate Mentoring award at the organization’s summit, which took place in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina on May 19-21, 2015.

The National Center for Women and Information Technology, or NCWIT, is a non-profit organization working to correct the imbalance of gender diversity in technology and computing.

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