Tenure-Track Faculty Positions in Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, invites applications and nominations for three tenure-track or tenured faculty positions and one additional joint position between Computer Science and another department to begin in July 2020. The areas of particular interest are: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, and Computer Systems (broadly defined) and Security.
Professor of the Practice Positions in Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, invites applications and nominations for a Professor of the Practice position starting in July 2020.
Professor Emeritus Donald Loveland Named AAAS Fellow
Professor Emeritus of Computer Science and former Department Chair Donald Loveland was among seven Duke University faculty to be named Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Loveland was recognized for distinguished contributions to the field of automated deduction and development of the model elimination theorem-proving procedure.
Duke CS Students Win CRA Outstanding Undergraduate Research Awards for 2020
Four Duke Computer Science students received awards from the Computing Research Association (CRA) for Outstanding Undergraduate Research in 2020. Finalists: Caroline L. Wang, Rohith Kuditipudi, and Sachit Menon. Liang "Charles" Lyu received an Honorable Mention. Congratulations!
Vince Conitzer Named ACM Fellow
Vince Conitzer福建体彩网-英超直播, University Professor of New Technologies and Professor of Computer Science, Economics, and Philosophy at Duke Computer Science has been named an ACM Fellow for his contributions to game theory, social choice theory, and mechanism design. As a fellow, Conitzer joins a select group of the top 1% of 2019 ACM professional members recognized for far-reaching accomplishments that define the digital age. ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery, is the world's largest educational and scientific computing society.
Kevin Zheng, Trinity '19 Biology/Computer Science Double Major named a Schwarzman Scholar
Duke CS Alumnus Kevin Zheng was named a Schwarzman Scholar, and will pursue a master's degree in AI in China. Just 4 additional Duke students were chosen for this prestigious honor. As an undergrad, Zheng served as an EMT and then co-founded Optiml, which uses AI to detect eye diseases. Zheng's long-term goal is to develop equitable health care technologies through global collaboration. Congratulations!
Duke Computer Science Professor Cynthia Rudin's BBC interview on AI
In this BBC interview on privacy issues, 3D scanning and mobile phones, Cynthia Rudin explains why bird identification was the perfect model to test and check computers’ abilities to make decisions about image classification, helping reduce mistakes by AI in medical imaging (begins at 22:33).