Brent Seales has received a $325,000 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant for his groundbreaking project, "Reading the Invisible Library: Rescuing the Hidden Texts of Herculaneum."
Since joining the College of Engineering in 2017, computer science assistant professor Corey Baker has made it his mission to ensure equal access to opportunity and learning.
The C.A.T.S. in the program name stands for Computer Access to Succeed. Corey Baker, assistant professor in the UK Department of Computer Science, played an integral role in the program's creation.
University of Kentucky computer science students excelled at the Kentucky Academy of Science Annual Meeting's Student Competition held November 2-3 at Western Kentucky University.
As a part of the prize, Vijay Shah and Atieh Khamesi will be awarded a travel grant to attend the 2018 National Supercomputing Conference (SC'18) in Dallas, Texas.
The project will be jointly led by researchers at the University of Kentucky and the Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI) of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Funding from the National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health will further Cui's work in debugging large ontologies and customizing data collection systems.
Created over 30 years ago, the award recognized faculty for their “influential scholarly contributions, sustained excellence in teaching, and outstanding career or public service.”
The journals include IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, IEEE Transactions on Sensor Networks and IEEE Transactions on Network Science and Engineering.
A team of UK students is using its knowledge of computer science to help some of the most vulnerable members of the largest city in the United States.