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College of Engineering and Computing

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Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Faculty and students in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering are advancing the theories, principles and applications of computing to design computers, software, networks and processes. Our academic programs provide a foundation in one of the fastest growing fields in the world, and the faculty members engaged in research at UofSC ensure that we remain at the forefront of computing.

Department Highlights

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Research Spotlight: Over 100 artificial intelligence experts discuss ethics and interdisciplinary use of collaborative assistants at UofSC

The UofSC Artificial Intelligence Institute hosted the Collaborative Assistants for the Society’s (CASY) 2020 conference in October. The hybrid, in-person and virtual, conference brought together 140 leading minds in the world of artificial intelligence.

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Faculty Spotlight: Sheth receives lifetime award in services computing

The award adds to Sheth’s long list of professional accolades. And while his research currently focuses much more on artificial intelligence than services computing, the effects of his past work still endure.

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Undergraduate Student Spotlight: Spring 2020 Computer Science and Engineering Outstanding Senior Award recipients

Every semester, outstanding seniors are recognized by the college’s faculty and the SCSPE. Here are the computer science and engineering department’s Spring 2020 Outstanding Senior Award recipients.

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Graduate Student Spotlight: AI Institute sends three students to national women’s cohort

The workshop will provide the opportunity to network with and learn from 20 senior female researchers and professionals in the field of computing.

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Alumni Spotlight: CSE alumni find success through UofSC’s McNair Institute

Yaw Addei-Boadu sees chances to innovate, well, everywhere — from event rentals to biogas stoves to fashionable emergency alert devices. Now he's one of a growing number of University of South Carolina students and alumni entrepreneurs who are shaking up the startup scene.


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