Is Riding in a Driverless Taxi Safe?
Computer science assistant professor Madhur Behl urges patience and data transparency as driverless cars are deployed in the real world.
Accolades: Engineering Faculty, Staff Recognized for Contributions, Service
Members of the computer science and engineering systems and environment departments were named among UVA faculty and staff receiving honors for professional contributions and community outreach.
UVA Engineering’s New Machine Learning Research Aims to Make Bank Financing More Inclusive
UVA Researchers Partner with J. P. Morgan Chase to Improve Algorithms’ Processes for Evaluating Consumers’ Credit-Worthiness
Fairness-aware AI research can explain how a policy affects different users and inform policies and consumer education programs.
A Lifetime of Computing and Problem Solving
Q&A with Scott Acton, New Chair of UVA’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Acton's knowledge of the research enterprise and dedication to creating a meaningful student experience positions UVA Engineering for continued growth.
CAREER Award: Playing Catch-up with Data Storage
UVA Researcher to Develop New Models and Algorithms for Efficient and Accurate Data Compression and Analysis
Farzad Farnoud leads the information processing and storage lab, whose members solve problems at the intersection of information theory, computational biology and machine learning.
CAREER Award: Designing the Next Generation of Wireless Communications Systems
Cong Shen's Research Will Boost Privacy Protection and Performance of Machine-learning Models that Drive the Internet of Things
Working in partnership with industry, Shen's machine-learning models can be prototyped, standardized and integrated into real systems.
CAREER Award: Teaching Machines the Art of Human Decision-Making
Jundong Li's Research Aims to Improve Machines’ Recommendations and Predictions Based on Cause and Effect
Li’s models will generate deeper insights into observational data to help people make better decisions.
Medicine Meets Big Data: Clinicians Look to AI for Disease Prediction and Prevention
Donald E. Brown, W.S. Calcott Professor in the Department of Engineering Systems and Environment, and Dr. Sana Syed, a UVA Health pediatric gastroenterologist, are using deep learning methods in their quest to improve patient outcomes.
New Technology Could Help Doctors Improve COVID-19 Patient Outcomes
Researchers at the University of Tokyo and University of Virginia find an early and treatable indicator of blood clotting in COVID-19 patients
The technology generates data within a matter of hours to determine patients at risk for micro thrombosis-related issues.
Look Ma, No Hands!
On Saturday, Oct. 23, a team of UVA Engineering students led by computer science assistant professor Madhur Behl will compete in the first Indy Autonomous Challenge, which will be livestreamed from the track starting at 1:00 p.m.