The award is given to a single Ph.D. student at the College of William and Mary for their exemplary achievement in graduate student research as demonstrated by the content of their dissertation.
Prof. Xipeng Shen offered appointment by IBM Canada.
Prof. Xipeng Shen was awarded an NSF Career grant to support his research on "Input-Centric Program Behavior Analysis and Adaption."
Zhichun Zhu (Ph.D. 2003) recently was awarded an NSF Career grant for a "Scalable and Universal Architecture for Next-Generation Memory Systems".
A paper by Eddy Zhang, Yunlian Jiang, and Xipeng Shen, won the Best Paper Award at the 15th ACM SIGPLAN Annual Symposium on Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming (PPoPP'10).
In the recent ACM Mid-Atlantic Regional Programming contest, a team consisting of Sarah Cameron, Kevin Cox and Joel Gillespie placed 14th out of 161 teams.
Gang Zhou, Assistant Professor of Computer Science Department, has been awarded a research grant from the National Science Foundation for a project titled "Holistic Transparent Performance Assurance within the Crowded Spectrum." This is a three-year joint project with Dr. Guoliang Xing from Michigan State University.
The College of William and Mary invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position in Computer Science for Fall 2010.
Prof. Poshyvanyk has been awarded a three year NSF grant.
NSF has awarded an ECCS-IHCS grant on Multi-Scale QoS for Body Sensor Networks to Professor Gang Zhou. This 3-year project is in collaboration with both the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and the Computer Science Department at the University of Virginia.