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Meet Artist and Computer Vision Expert Yaser Yacoob
Working with watercolors and oil paint for decades has enabled the UMIACS associate research scientist to develop an eye for spotting deepfakes.
New Tool Eases Reconstruction of Microbial Genomes
A UMIACS team unveiled their open-source software in a paper recently published in
Frontiers in Microbiology.
Feldman Wins Graduate Faculty Mentor of the Year Award
The computational linguist encourages her students to gain interdisciplinary depth and go outside their comfort zones.
First-Year Doctoral Student Awarded DOE Computational Sciences Fellowship
Joy Kitson is focused on developing large-scale simulations for diseases and public health interventions.
New QuICS Fellow Plumbs the Depth of Quantum Information Problems
Victor Albert says he loves distilling problems to their most basic and general mathematical root.
Resnik, Shrivastava Each Win an Amazon Research Award
The funding supports projects on COVID-19 topic modeling and localizing new concepts using dual memory.
UMD Pushes New Technologies Advancing VR and AR Hardware
UMIACS researchers are developing eye-tracking software to improve the visual quality and efficiency of 3D graphics.
Gumerov Named CMNS Distinguished Research Scientist
He was recognized for his longs
tanding research and scholarship involving multidimensio
nal data, spatial audio, wave scattering and more.
Two Students Share Experiences in Programming Languages Lab
The Council on Undergraduate Research interviewed two students working with Michael Hicks and David Van Horn in the PLUM Lab.
Gumerov and Duraiswami Receive Facebook Reality Labs Award
The spatial audio experts have been funded to improve computational models used to simulate the human perception of auditory signals.
What's Happening at the Annual HCIL Symposium
Members of the Human-Computer Interaction Lab blog about their research ahead of the symposium on May 27.
MC2 Featured in
MIT Technology Review
The Maryland Cybersecurity Center is investigating attacks on the latest generation of neural networks.
As we reach the end of the Spring semester, it's worth noting the journey we've been on for the past 14 months, while also looking forward to what's ahead.
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