Using artificial intelligence to combat homelessness

It's a tall task for government agencies and policymakers to determine fair and just resource allocation for people who experience homelessness. But Sanmay Das, professor of computer science in the College of Engineering and Computing's School of Computing, has received two grants from the National Science Foundation (NSF) totaling nearly $760,000 to use computing to develop a new method of optimizing these resource allocation decisions. 

Professors Soundararajan and Kamberi lead the first guild program to help gender equity in computing

On July 26, the first-ever Break Through Tech at Mason Guild program kicks off with a group of more than 60 women from Mason and Northern Virginia Community College who want to learn more about technology and computing. 

Professor Danny Menascé recognized with David J. King Teaching Award

Congratulations to Professor Danny Menascé, the 2021 winner of the David J. King Teaching Award. This annual award is presented to a faculty member who has made significant, long-term contributions to the overall educational excellence of the university.

Professor Eric Osterweil consulted for Gizmodo's Biz Asks series

In a recent installment of Gizmodo's Giz Asks series, professor Osterweil was consulted (along with luminaries like Leonard Kleinrock, "Father of the Internet") about whether we are ever going to run out of digital storage:

MS in Computer Science: Meeting the needs of the information economy

The computer sciences master's program at George Mason University offers students the opportunity to combine a sound foundation in computer science with concentrated knowledge in the latest developments.