You may soon be able to make dramatic editing changes to photos with just a few clicks on your computer, and you also may be able to get better streaming quality of videos on your smartphone thanks to preliminary research lead by Prof. Chen, Prof. Lien and graduate students in the Computer Science Department in partnership with Adobe Research.
Prof. Brodsky serves as general chair of the 29th IEEE International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence (ICTAI)
Amarda Shehu (CS), Kylene Kehn-Hall (COS), and Estela Blaisten-Barojas (COS) win Mason 2017 Multidisciplinary Research Initiative in Modeling, Simulation, and Data Analytics Award for their project on an integrative, multi-disciplinary approach to unravel and target viral replication. The project integrates dry- and wet-laboratory research to tackle the rift valley fever virus.
The CS department welcomes Dr. Yue Cheng, who will be joining the department as tenure-track Assistant Professor. Dr. Cheng completed his PhD in Computer Science at Virginia Tech in June 2017. His research interests are in distributed systems, storage and I/O systems, cloud computing, internet of things, and high performance computing. He will be teaching CS 471 (Operating Systems) in Fall 2017.