CS senior Philip Taffet won a travel award to attend a high performance computing conference, SC16, in Salt Lake City. This is Taffet's second SC trip.
John Mellor-Crummey, Professor of Computer Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering, recently won a Department of Energy (DOE) grant to fund research and development of performance measurement and analysis tools for forthcoming exascale supercomputers.
CS professor and club sponsor John Greiner (center, back row) relaxes with members of the four Rice teams at the ACM Competition.
In a preview of the December DeLange Conference, Moshe Vardi gave a special lecture, "Humans, Machines, and Work: the Future is Now!" to a full house on October 27.
Rice University computer scientists have created a new system for mobile users to quickly determine their location indoors without communicating with the cloud, networks or other devices.
Computer scientists from Rice University, Argonne National Laboratory and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have used one of Isaac Newton's numerical methods to demonstrate how "inexact computing" can dramatically improve the quality of simulations run on supercomputers.