The Internet has problems; that isn’t news to most users. Slow loading speeds due to heavy traffic, hit-and-miss responsiveness to mobile devices and the ever-present fear of a major security breach are just a few of the glitches that range from annoying to dangerous and make the Internet an ongoing work in progress. However, there is only one Internet, so its denizens must either overlook the flaws by contenting themselves with its benefits or do something radical, such as invent a new one.
A collaboration between a linguist and a computer scientist at the University of Kentucky has resulted in the publication of a groundbreaking text that affords researchers a new means of assessing the complexity of languages using computer-assisted analysis. UK linguistics Professor Gregory Stump co-authored "Morphological Typology: From Word to Paradigm," with computer science Professor Raphael Finkel. It is being published by Cambridge University Press as No.138 in its distinguished "Cambridge Studies in Linguistics"series.
On October 2, the University of Kentucky Department of Computer Science will welcome Dinesh Manocha, Phi Delta Theta/Mason Distinguished Professor of Computer Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, as the speaker for a colloquium at the Davis Marksbury Building. The event will begin at 4:00 p.m.
Last week, the University of Kentucky Chellgren Center for Undergraduate Excellence honored its newest class of Chellgren Fellows. Benefactor Paul Chellgren and his wife Deborah, along with Chellgren Endowed Chair Philipp Kraemer, UK Provost Christine Riordan, and UK President Eli Capilouto, recognized and congratulated the students on being named Fellows.
Computer science professor Grzegorz "Greg" Wasilkowski’s article “On tractability of linear tensor product problems for ~-variate classes of functions” was recently ranked #2 on the Journal of Complexity’s Top 25 Hottest Articles list for April-June 2013.
University of Kentucky computer science professor Miroslaw Truszczynski was one of eight individuals recently recognized as a Fellow in the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI).
At next week’s 21st Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) International Requirements Engineering Conference in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, computer science professor and associate chair Jane Hayes will receive the “2013 Most Influential Paper” award.
On April 12, 2013, the department sponsored a Meet and Greet with Mr. Owen Cropper, who is one of this year’s inductees to the College of Engineering Hall of Distinction.
The annual luncheon with graduating seniors has been our CS tradition for many years. At the 2013 luncheon, students in our department talked about their experiences at UK and about their future plans.
The Internet has problems; that isn’t news to most users. Slow loading speeds due to heavy traffic, hit-and-miss responsiveness to mobile devices and the ever-present fear of a major security breach are just a few of the glitches that range from annoying to dangerous and make the Internet an ongoing work in progress.. read more