CS researchers' work featured in The Scientist
PhD student Hamim Zafar and CS chair Luay Nakhleh are featured in
article on four different ways of generating tumor trees based on single-nucleotide variations in single-cell sequences.
CS PhD students recognized for NSF proposals
First-year PhD students Zak, Andrew, and Jeff were recognized by the NSF.
Secure voting, smartphones, coercion and bribery
CS professor Dan Wallach's March 21 STAR-Vote presentation is part of the Scientia Institute's lecture series on privacy. Open to the public.
Shrivastava wins NSF CAREER Award
CS Assistant Professor Anshumali Shrivastava recently won a CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation.
Lydia Kavraki co-wrote motion planning chapter in premier robotics reference book
Lydia Kavraki co-wrote the motion planning chapter in the Springer Handbook of Robotics, the go-to reference book found in all robotics labs.
Rice has role in new $250M robotics manufacturing institute
CS professor Lydia Kavraki leads the Rice component of a new robotics institute.