Women

CS PhD student Julie Nutini Receives 2018 Canadian Computer Science Distinguished Dissertation Award

Congratulations to Ph.D student Julie Nutini for receiving the 2018 Canadian Computer Science Distinguished Dissertation Award, awarded by CS-Can/Info-Can. The award recognizes excellence in research and writing by a computer science doctoral student completing their degree at a Canadian institution.

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CS Professor Cristina Conati Receives CIFAR Funding to Organize Trust in AI Systems Workshop

Computer Science Professor Cristina Conati has been awarded $40K from the Canadian Institute For Advanced Research (CIFAR) AI and Society Initiative to organize a workshop on Trust in AI Systems.  Trust is a complex and multifaceted construct that plays a fundamental role in the deployment and acceptance of AI technologies.

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Computer Science Instructor Elisa Baniassad Receives 2018-2019 UBC Killam Teaching Prize

UBC Computer Science instructor Elisa Baniassad is the recipient of a 2018-2019 UBC Killam Teaching Prize, UBC’s most prestigious teaching award.  This award is given annually to a small handful of faculty members nominated by students, colleagues and alumni in recognition of their excellence in teaching.

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CS Graduate Student Susanne Bradley Receives 2018-2019 UBC Killam Graduate Teaching Assistant Award

CS PhD student Susanne Bradley is the recipient of a UBC Killam Graduate Teaching Assistant Award. This award is given out to only 16 UBC graduate students who have made outstanding contributions to teaching and learning at UBC.

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UBC Computer Science Undergaduate Wongelawit Teka Zewde Featured in AWiB article

Wongelawit Teka Zewde is currently in her last year at the UBC studying Mathematical Science (Computer Science, Math and Statistics combined). Having the opportunity to study at UBC on a full scholarship and completing her co-op at SAP as a software developer has allowed her to explore her interest in technology and entrepreneurship. She was introduced to the industry in first year when she took CPSC 100 (Computational Thinking) by Prof. Rachel Pottinger who inspired and motivated her to take more computer science courses.

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CS Professor Cristina Conati Named Senior AAAI Member

UBC Computer Science Professor Cristina Conati is awarded Senior Member status by the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), in recognition of her significant accomplishments within the field of artificial intelligence.  Cristina is one of ten honorees who have been awarded this status this year. The announcement can be found here.

Congratulations, Cristina!

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

Date: 
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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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.

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