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Alumnus Building Legacy through Dissertation Mentorship

CSE alumnus Fred Hohman is well on his way to crafting his own legacy as one of the School’s most influential alumni.

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CSE Faculty Receives New GPUs for Fluid Dynamics and Machine Learning Research

CSE Assistant Professor Spencer Bryngelson recently received two NVIDIA A100-80GB graphic processing units towards his research through NVIDIA’s Academic Hardware Grant Program.

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Graduate Q&A: Kasimir Gabert

The College of Computing confers degrees to deserving graduates every semester. During the week leading up to spring Commencement, one graduate reflected on his time at Georgia Tech.

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CSE Students, Faculty Finish the Year Strong with Awards Ceremonies

Georgia Tech’s School of Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) is concluding the Spring 2022 semester on a high note with many students, faculty, staff, and alumni receiving awards and accolades. By earning awards at the College, Institute, and lev

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Computer Scientists Build, Test, and Present Model to Curb Online Ban Evasion

Students and faculty at Georgia Tech’s College of Computing published a study that can help online moderators stop ban evasion in its tracks.

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The Link Between Transit Use and Early Covid Cases

A new study looks at the link between America’s mass transit use and Covid-19 cases at the beginning of the pandemic.

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Major Philanthropic Grant Will Create New Center to Advance Open-Source Software

Using a new philanthropic grant, Georgia Tech will hire software engineers to write scalable, reliable, and portable open-source software for scientific research.

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School of CSE Expands with Five New Faculty Hires

Five new tenure-track faculty to join CSE 2021-2022.

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New Web Experience Launches with Focus on Users’ Needs

College of Computing rolls out the red carpet for a new college website.

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Georgia Tech Faculty Hold Workshop to Improve Integration of Ethics into Courses

To help students begin thinking about ethics with regards to research, faculty at Georgia Tech – in conjunction with Mozilla – held the first workshop on integrating ethics and responsible computing into courses this summer.

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