|Emory CS is Hiring Faculty for 2024!|
|Published Date: 2024-01-31|
Emory Computer Science has multiple faculty openings for 2024. Our tenure track search (all levels) is in Data Mining and Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Biomedical Informatics, Human Computer Interaction, and Theory or Systems. Click HERE for details. Please email email@example.com for informal inquiries.
|Emory CS Students Bring Home Multiple First Place Awards at ImmerseGT 2023 Hackathon|
|Published Date: 2023-04-12|
Over the weekend, Emory CS students, Yulin Hu, Bella Li, Tye O’Brien, Muzhi (Andy) Liu, Naye Li, Ruby Wu, Yousef Rajeh, and Eric Juarez, participated in ImmerseGT 2023 Hackathon. In total these 8 students were spread across 3 teams, all of whom won first prize in one of the competition categories! Yulin Hu and Eric Juarez were part of the winning team Object Odyssey for the Best in Assistive Technology category. Bella Li, Tye O’Brien, Ruby Wu, Naye Li, and Muzhi (Andy) Liu were part of the winning team MINDala for the Best in Mindfulness category. Yousef Rajeh was part of the winning team SageVR for the Best Use of Omniverse category. Congratulations on your achievements!
|Congratulations to Wenjing Ma, Jiaying Lu and Professor Hao Wu|
|Published Date: 2023-04-05|
Wenjing Ma (CSI PhD'19) has developed a novel computational method with open source software called Cellcano to identify cell types for single cell ATAC-seq data. Cellcano is based on a two-round supervised learning algorithm, and provides significantly improved accuracy, robustness, and computational efficiency compared to existing tools. Cellcano is a joint work led by Wenjing Ma and Professor Hao Wu, in collaboration with another CSI PhD student Jiaying Lu. Cellcano has been accepted by Nature Communications and can be found here. Congratulations!
|Emory unveils interdisciplinary AI minor open to all undergraduates|
|Published Date: 2023-03-15|
Emory will offer an innovative new minor in artificial intelligence (AI) beginning fall 2023. The program is open to undergraduate students in all disciplines who want a fundamental understanding of what AI is, how it can be used, its intended and unintended consequences and, most important, its interplay with human, societal and ethical issues such as fairness and bias. Original article from the Emory Report: https://news.emory.edu/ebulletin/emory-report/2023/03/15/index.html?utm_source=Emory_Report&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Emory_Report_EB_031523
|Emory CS is Hiring Faculty for 2023!|
|Published Date: 2023-01-31|
Emory Computer Science has multiple faculty openings for 2023. Our tenure track search (all levels) is in Machine Learning, Intelligent Systems, Data Centric Computing, Human Centered Computing, and related areas. Click HERE for details. We are also hiring teaching faculty. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for informal inquiries.