Alumni/Industry Lecture: Professor Margo Seltzer - An NVM Carol: Visions of NVM Past, Present, and Future

Thursday, March 21, 2019 | 6:00pm - 7:30pm

Title: An NVM Carol: Visions of NVM Past, Present, and Future

Speaker: Professor Margo Seltzer, Canada 150 Research Chair in Computer Systems; Cheriton Family chair in Computer Science at UBC

Date: Thurs. March 21, 2019

Time: 6 - 7:30 pm.  Networking starts at 6 pm, talk begins at 6:30 pm. Light refreshments will be served.

Computer Science Professor Tamara Munzner Receives 2018 UBC Killam Research Prize

UBC Computer Science Professor Tamara Munzner has been awarded a 2018 UBC Killam Research Prize, in recognition of her outstanding research and scholarly contributions. 

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Computer Science Professor Margo Seltzer elected a member of NAE

Computer Science Professor and Canada 150 Research Chair Margo Seltzer has been elected a Member of the United States National Academy of Engineering (NAE) for her outstanding contributions to research, practice and education in databases, file systems, and operating systems.  Election to the National Academy of Engineering membership is one of the highest professional honors.

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Postdoctoral Teaching and Learning Fellow – UBC Master of Data Science program

The University of British Columbia, Vancouver invites applications for a Postdoctoral Teaching & Learning Fellow, associated with the Master of Data Science (MDS) program.

CS Theses & Dissertations 2018

For 2018 graduation dates (in alphabetical order by last name):

Enabling configuration self-adaptation using machine learning
Araujo, Rodrigo Silva
Degree : Master of Science – MSc
Graduation Date : 2018-11
Supervisor : Dr. Holmes

Sessional Lecturer Positions - Summer Terms

The Department will consider applicants with previous teaching experience in a post-secondary setting and we will consider applicants whose abilities cover a broad range of topics and levels.  Specific courses of interest include CPSC 110, 121, 210, 213, 221, 304, 313, 320, 322 and 340.

Diversity: A Brief History

Like other STEM fields of study, computer science has historically been male-dominated. To redress this male-female disparity, in (2000), the department formed the Focus on Women in Computer Science (FoWCS) Committee, a working group tasked with increasing the participation of women in computer science at UBC.

CS Undergraduate Student Chris Yoon Receives CRA Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Honourable Mention

UBC Computer Science student Chris Yoon received an honourable mention in the 2019 CRA Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award for his research on privacy and security in distributed machine learning with Dr. Ivan Beschastnikh. Chris is a 4th year student in the computer science honours program. He is currently working towards his honours thesis on the generalizability of medical imaging applications with Dr. Rafeef Garbi. His research interests are in security, privacy, and robustness of machine learning with applications in healthcare.

Congratulations, Chris!

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SAP.Net Developer

Alexander College
Mar 07, 2019
Job year level: 
Fourth year
Graduated Undergrad
Job Type: 
Full Time
Application Instructions: 

Job information and application instructions can be found in the attached document. The company is interested in receiving applications from both experienced candidates and recent graduates.

Services Consultant

ION Group
Feb 01, 2019
Job year level: 
Fourth year
Graduated Undergrad
Job Type: 
Full Time

ION Group in Vancouver, BC is currently looking for a Services Consultant.  This is a full-time position for a recent grad with 0-2 yrs experience
As the representative of the ION Treasury team within North America, you have a strong personality and an ability to work with other members of the team, collaborating, and providing guidance is needed.  You relish the thought of working in financial services and products, in a client facing role, supporting applications and business stakeholders.

a place of mind, The University of British Columbia


ICICS/CS Building 201-2366 Main Mall
Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1Z4 Canada
Tel: 604-822-3061 | Fax: 604-822-5485
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