computer science News Archive
April 9, 2021 —
Daniel Rea received the Award for the 2020 doctoral dissertation, “Now You’re Teleoperating with Power: learning from video games to improve teleoperation interfaces,” completed under the supervision of Dr. Jim Young in the UM Human-Computer Interaction Lab (HCI).
February 3, 2021 —
On February 4, 2021, the Faculty of Science celebrates the Honoured Alumni Award recipients and their incredible accomplishments at the Pathways to Exceptional Achievement event. As these alumni prove a degree in science opens many doors.
January 27, 2021 —
Executive VP Goldman Sachs, and a 2021 Honoured Alumni, Faculty of Science.
January 5, 2021 —
Though enrolment has steadily increased over the decades, female students remain a minority in computer science – something a group of alumni want to fix
December 10, 2020 —
Please join Professor Emeritus Erwin Huebner on Wednesday, December 16th at 3:30 pm for his lecture, entitled “Science and Art: Exploration, Imagination and Innovation – Artist Books Inspired by Science”.
November 18, 2020 —
Introducing the 'Snugglebot' a cuddly robotic companion, that needs your love and attention
November 4, 2020 —
Manitoba's first AIMday event brought together academic researcher and industry reps to discuss challenges in digital agriculture and develop pathways to new collaborations
November 3, 2020 —
The latest results of Maclean’s magazine 2021 university rankings show mathematics at the University of Manitoba ranks in the top ten among all universities in Canada (49 were ranked).
August 31, 2020 —
The winners of the 2020 Summer Undergraduate Research Experience 3MT thesis competition hosted by the Faculty of Science are:
August 10, 2020 —
Over forty undergraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Science are participating in the first (virtual) Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) Science Undergraduate Student Competition, August 11th, & 12th, 2020. A new initiative, part of the Faculty of Science, Student Undergraduate Summer Research Experience Program. Three Minute Thesis challenges students to communicate their ideas and research discoveries concisely to a non-specialist audience, in three minutes or less. There will be two competitions that will air live on the Faculty of Science YouTube channel.