The Lori Kittle Scholarship Fund

The purpose of this fund is to provide a scholarship in the amount of $1,000 to recognize an outstanding undergraduate student majoring in Computer Science at the University of Georgia. Selection will be based on, but not limited to, a one page application that includes the student's statement of career objectives, extra-curriculum activities such as research, service/leadership.
. The deadline for applications is October 15, 2015.

Lecturer Positions in Computer Science

The Department of Computer Science at the University of Georgia invites applications for two Lecturer positions starting August 2016.

To apply, please upload an application letter, curriculum vitae, and a statement of teaching philosophy, as a single PDF file, at
Applicants should also arrange for at least three letters of reference to be uploaded separately to the same web site.

Congratulations to Dr. Roberto Perdisci for receiving the 2015 " Fred C. Davidson Early Career Scholar in Sciences Award"

This award recognizes outstanding accomplishment and evidence of potential future success in scholarship, creative work or research by early-career faculty member., which recognizes excellence in research. 

Congratulations to Professor Prashant Doshi on his New NSF grant

Prof. Doshi received a new NSF grant that will catalyze an international research collaboration on intelligent methods for renewable-energy smart grids between Computer Science researchers and a multidisciplinary team of researchers at Delft University of Technology, Netherlands. TU Delft is a world leader in research on smart energy grids. Prof. Doshi will also discuss a potential student exchange program between the Institute for AI and TU Delft.

Anti-malware program developed at the computer science department featured on UGA's main website:

Anti-malware program developed by PhD students Phani Vadrevu and Babak Rahbarinia, under the direction of Prof. Roberto Perdisci and Prof. Kang Li, is helping to keep campus computers safe, and it may also prove useful for other institutions that want to protect sensitive information from cybercriminals. More information about the project can be found in the following UGA news article:

Computer Science-led Project Featured on UGA Main Page:

An NSF funded project on using social media for tracking and combating harmful algal blooms was recently featured on the UGA’s main page. This project, called Cyanotracker, is led by Profs. Ramaswamy and Bhandarkar from Computer Science and Prof. Mishra from Dept. of Geography. More information is about the project available in this UGA news article:


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