Through a generous gift from Craig Newmark Philanthropies, seven undergraduate students have received a Women in Technology scholarship, which helps to provide the opportunity to excel in their academics and continue their active engagement on campus. This enriches STEM education for everyone at the University of San Francisco.
The Newmark Scholarship recipients were asked to share their thoughts on the awards: Continue reading “2019 Undergraduate Newmark Women in Technology Scholarship Recipients”
Professor Peter Pacheco joined the math department of the University of San Francisco in the Fall of 1989. Professor Pacheco took time out of his day to reconnect and revisit his USF journey.
When did you join USF and the Department of Computer Science?
Continue reading “Peter Pacheco: Professor Emeritus”
The MAGICS lab (Machine Learning, AI, Gaming Intelligence, and Computing at Scale) is focused broadly on research in machine learning, deep learning, AI, natural language processing and big data. The lab’s objective is to convene a group of students and faculty with complementary skills who are interested in learning about and solving broad, data-focused problems through the use of contemporary and cutting-edge algorithms and computational techniques. Both newcomers to the field and seasoned veterans alike are encouraged to join our weekly meetings, which include research presentations as well as tutorials on the latest tools and libraries in ML, AI, and big data. Continue reading “Meet the MAGICS with Professors Matthew Malensek and David Guy Brizan”
Congratulations to Professor Alark Joshi and colleagues for their paper accepted at the Frontiers in Education 2019 conference! See below to learn more about the paper. Continue reading “Professor Joshi to Present at the Frontiers in Education 2019 Conference”