Exploring Large Data for Scientific Discovery

Exploring Large Data for Scientific Discovery

More elegant techniques combined with highly interdisciplinary, multi-scale collaboration are essential for dealing with massive amounts of information, plenary speaker says at the XSEDE15 conference.  Read more...

GREAT Camps Conclude Another Successful Summer

GREAT Camps Conclude Another Successful Summer

The GREAT Camps, hosted by the University of Utah’s School of Computing, finished a summer of fun activities for school kids eager to learn about graphics and computer programming.  Read more...

Programming and Prejudice

Programming and Prejudice

University of Utah School of Computing associate professor Suresh Venkatasubramanian has discovered a technique to find out if algorithms used for hiring employees or issuing housing loans can be biased.  Read more...

Rendering Science

Rendering Science

University of Utah computer science professor Charles Hansen is part of a team developing new software that will allow researchers to visualize their work through computer simulations with much more realistic graphics.  Read more...

DEMO DAY 2015

Demo Day 2015

Students, faculty and local industry partners poured into the Catmull Gallery Wednesday, April 29th to view the final projects from the Senior Capstone course. The annual event called, “Demo Day” provides student with the opportunity to demonstrate their creativity and software engineering chops to a panel of industry and academic experts.

Seventeen teams participated in the event. Projects included video games, custom built apps, scheduling tools, and many more. A complete list of the projects can be found here.