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CSE Distinguished Lecture Recap: Why Julia is the Programming Language that Lets You Have It All

MIT Professor Alan Edelman discusses Julia programming at CSE distinguished lecture.

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School of Computer Science Students Dominate at Demo Day

School of Computer Science (SCS) students won three of the four top prizes at Institute for Information Security and Privacy (IISP) Cybersecurity Demo Day.

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Georgia Tech research shapes data literacy and usability at IEEE VIS 2018

Georgia Tech faculty and graduate students will present their latest research in information visualization and visual analytics, including 14 papers, at the annual IEEE Visualization (IEEE VIS) Conference in Berlin, Germany, Oct. 21-26.

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School of CSE Speeds up Graph Applications and Presents GraphChallenge Winning Paper at HPEC 2018

CSE Researchers presented six technical papers with three winning GraphChallenge submissions to HPEC 2018.

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Erasing Stop Signs: ShapeShifter Shows Self-Driving Cars Can Still Be Manipulated

CSE Ph.D. student presents an adversarial attack method that is able to manipulate object detectors.

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New Visualization Tool Helps Non-Experts Understand Neural Networks

GAN Lab is the latest research project by School of Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) Ph.D. Student Minsuk (Brian) Kahng.

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New TRIPODS+X Awards Target Data Science Solutions in Science, Engineering, and Mathematics

Three data science projects in the National Science Foundation’s Transdisciplinary Research in Principles of Data Science (TRIPODS) program have been awarded to Georgia Tech investigators.

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Georgia Tech Award Equips Coda’s Data Center with New Supercomputer

A team from Georgia Tech has received an award for $3.7 million from the National Science Foundation to cover 70% of the cost of a new High Performance Computing (HPC) resource for the upcoming Coda building’s data center.

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NSF Top Supercomputer Award Goes to Texas, and Georgia Tech is on the Team

A team from Georgia Tech will be a part of the new supercomputing system known as Frontera that will be located at Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) and funded by a $60 million award from the National Science Foundation.

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