CSC News

October 2020

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Williams and Collaborators Win the Most Influential Paper Award at 2020 IEEE ICST Conference


Distinguished Professor Dr. Laurie Williams, former NC State Ph.D. student, Nachiappan Nagappan, and Microsoft researcher, Tom Zimmermann, recently won the Most Influential Paper Award at the 13th IEEE International Conference on Software Testing.

10/30/20

Distinguished Professor Dr. Laurie Williams, former NC State Ph.D. student, Nachiappan Nag...

10/30/20

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CSC Student Jackie Sherman and ECE Student Win National Sales Engineering Competition


CSC student Jackie Sherman teamed up with ECE student, Keerthana Prasad, to win the National Sales Engineering Competition that was held virtually over two weekends in October.

10/30/20

CSC student Jackie Sherman teamed up with ECE student, Keerthana Prasad, to win the Nation...

10/30/20

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Singh Recognized for Research Innovation by the IEEE


Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor Munindar Singh of the NC State Computer Science Department was recently awarded the IEEE TCSVC Research Innovation Award 2020 in recognition of his work in services research and engineering systems.

10/16/20

Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor Munindar Singh of the NC State Computer Science De...

10/16/20

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Machine Learning Predicts How Long Museum Visitors Will Engage With Exhibits


AI can predict how long museum-goers will spend interacting with an exhibit.

10/13/20

AI can predict how long museum-goers will spend interacting with an exhibit....

10/13/20

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Software Spots and Fixes Hang Bugs in Seconds, Rather Than Weeks


Hang bugs – when software gets stuck, but doesn’t crash – can frustrate both users and programmers, taking weeks for companies to identify and fix. Researchers from NC State have developed software that can spot and fix the problems in seconds.

10/12/20

Hang bugs – when software gets stuck, but doesn’t crash – can frustrate both users a...

10/12/20

 

September 2020

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Virtual Career Fairs Usher in a New Era for Student Recruitment


Because of the COVID crisis, employers are turning to ‘virtual career fairs’ such as the department’s recent ePartners Career Connection, to help prime their recruiting pipeline. Early indications are that things may never be the same.

9/24/20

Because of the COVID crisis, employers are turning to ‘virtual career fairs’ such as t...

9/24/20

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Can ChangeGradients Bring About Healthy Changes in Adolescents’ Behavior?


Researchers from NC State are hoping that ChangeGradients, a clinically integrated health behavior change system for adolescents, will promote healthy changes in adolescents' behavior by generating personalized interactive narratives.

9/08/20

Researchers from NC State are hoping that ChangeGradients, a clinically integrated health ...

9/08/20

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Helping Intelligent Tutors Improve Individualized STEM Instruction


Drs. Chi, Barnes and Price have received an NSF grant valued at nearly $2M to develop data-driven technology and tools that can support individualized learning in STEM domains.

9/08/20

Drs. Chi, Barnes and Price have received an NSF grant valued at nearly $2M to develop data...

9/08/20

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Research Hopes to Raise Interest in Middle School Science


Dr. Jonathan Rowe has received an NSF grant valued at more than $414,000 to support his research on the impact of multimodal affect-sensitive learning environments on student learning and science interest.

9/08/20

Dr. Jonathan Rowe has received an NSF grant valued at more than $414,000 to support his re...

9/08/20

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Using CyberBook to Build an Effective Online STEM Learning Environment


Dr. Noburo Matsuda is using his $368,884 NSF grant to build an effective online STEM learning environment, called CyberBook, to promote robust mathematics learning with understanding.

9/08/20

Dr. Noburo Matsuda is using his $368,884 NSF grant to build an effective online STEM learn...

9/08/20

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DELTA Welcomes 2020-2021 Faculty Fellows


Lina Battestilli, teaching associate professor of computer science at NC State, and the other DELTA Faculty Fellows will use their knowledge of technology best practices in education to positively impact the NC State community.

9/01/20

Lina Battestilli, teaching associate professor of computer science at NC State, and the ot...

9/01/20

 

August 2020

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Can a Simple Email Encourage Women to Stay in a STEM Program?


Researchers from NC State and Kent State are collaborating on a project to examine the effectiveness of using affirmative emails to women in computer science classes to increase retention of women in STEM programs.

8/28/20

Researchers from NC State and Kent State are collaborating on a project to examine the eff...

8/28/20

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Community and Computer Science: Coming Together During COVID-19


This past summer, thirty students took part in the Game2Learn Computer Science High School Internship to create innovative projects that will serve as resources for hundreds of teachers.

8/27/20

This past summer, thirty students took part in the Game2Learn Computer Science High School...

8/27/20

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Study Debunks Robocall Myths, Lays Groundwork For Stopping Them


Robocalls are not getting worse, but this paper shows how bad they can be. The paper recently won a Distinguished Paper Award and the First Place Internet Defense Prize valued at $100,000 to promote future work on the topic.

8/18/20

Robocalls are not getting worse, but this paper shows how bad they can be. The paper recen...

8/18/20

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Paper Wins Blue Sky Award at AAMAS 2020


Congratulations to PhD graduate Pradeep Murukannaiah and his co-authors on recently winning the Blue Sky Award for a paper at the 19th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS 2020).

8/06/20

Congratulations to PhD graduate Pradeep Murukannaiah and his co-authors on recently winnin...

8/06/20

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From Gadgets to Google


CSC alum KaMar Galloway (BS ‘13) works at Google creating innovative projects and programs focused on bringing about change in education.

8/06/20

CSC alum KaMar Galloway (BS ‘13) works at Google creating innovative projects and progra...

8/06/20


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