Prof. John Miller is the Program Chair for the 2014 Winter Simulation Conference ...

Prof. John Miller is the Program Chair for the 2014 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC) to be held December 7-10 in Savannah, GA. WSC is the premier international forum for disseminating recent advances in the field of system simulation. Please visit the conference Web site http://wintersim.org/2014/ for additional information.

Congratulations to Dr. Roberto Perdisci for receiving the Franklin College ...

Congratulations to Dr. Roberto Perdisci for receiving the Franklin College M. G. Michael Award, which recognizes excellence in research. The primary purpose of the award is to encourage new, adventurous research ideas. Dr. Perdisci will use the award to start up a new research project on "global-scale malware download detection".

UGA’s Faculty of Robotics whose founding director is Prof. Doshi ...

UGA’s Faculty of Robotics whose founding director is Prof. Doshi are working to significantly advance the fundamental science and engineering involved in creating the next generation of intelligent machines. A video of the Faculty’s activities is currently featured on the UGA Research Blog.

 

Two open tenure-track faculty positions in Computer Science

Position 1: Assistant Professor in Computer Science, starting in August 2014. To apply, please upload the required materials to Franklin college jobs.

Position 2: Assistant Professor in Computer Science and Cellular Biology, starting in August 2014. To apply, please upload the required materials to Franklin college jobs.

The Future of Robotics

This talk will discuss the current state of the art in robotics and particularly focus on the directions that robotics is taking and the impact it will have on our society in the near future. Exciting robotics research will be briefly surveyed. The talk will additionally discuss the National Robotics Initiative whose goal is to accelerate the development and use of robots in the United States that work beside, or cooperatively with, people. This initiative was recently launched by President Obama and has significant participation from all major funding agencies.

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