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Dr. Tempestt Neal

Professor Tempestt Neal named Mentor of the Year for 2023

Dr. Tempestt Neal (assistant professor, CSE), founder and director of the Cyber Identity and Behavior Research Lab at the University of South Florida, has received the Sloan Mentor of the Year Award for 2023. She was nominated by two of her PhD students, Sayde King and Wilson Lozano.

March 7, 2024Computer

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

CSE welcomes Amgen, our newest CPP Member

Amgen has joined the CSE’s Computing Partner Program to help them find talented students and graduates for the future of medical manufacturing.

March 6, 2024Computer

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

CSE Lab AMHR won First Place in the COLIEE 2024

This year was the 10th anniversary of the Competition on Legal Information Extraction and Entailment (COLIEE 2024). The objective of the competition is to build state of art legal information retrieval and entailment systems. This year, the COLIEE competition included four challenges concerning a combination of case law and statute law. Tasks included finding supporting cases, finding relevant paragraphs from previous cases, considering yes/no legal questions, and retrieving statutes from a database.

March 6, 2024Computer

CyberHerd NCAE SE Regional Win

Any given Sunday: CyberHerd wins NCAE Cyber Games SE Regionals while maintaining grueling practice schedule

The University of South Florida College of Engineering Department of Computer Science is home to a cyber competition team that has transformed from a casual student organization to a reckoning force in the world of collegiate cyber defense competition.

February 26, 2024Computer

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

Black Heritage Month Spotlight: Sayde King

Join USF Engineering in celebrating Black Heritage Month

February 22, 2024Alumni & Friends, Computer

CSE Participation in USF Engineering EXPO 2024

CSE Participation in USF Engineering EXPO 2024

On February 9th and 10th, 2024 USF held its 52nd annual Engineering Expo, and over 5000 students visited over 60 exhibitors, student orgs, demonstrations. Three of which were CSE student organizations.

February 9, 2024Computer

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

Professor John Licato Interviewed by Computerworld

Dr. John Licato Interviewed by Computerworld

January 19, 2024Computer

Professor Sudeep Sarkar

Professor Sudeep Sarkar recognized by ACM for his research in computer vision and gait biometrics

USF Distinguished University Professor Sudeep Sarkar has been named a Distinguished Member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) for his contributions to the advancement of computer vision and gait biometrics.

January 19, 2024Computer

Nitesh Chawla

CSE Alumn., Nitesh Chawla, PhD., was elected as a 2024 AAAI Fellow

CSE Alumni and Professor at the University of Notre Dame, Nitesh Chawla, has been honored as a Fellow by the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI).

January 18, 2024Computer

Fall 2023 Outstanding Graduates

CSE Congratulates Fall 2023 Outstanding Graduates

“In high school, my football coach also taught computer science. He showed us the creative side of the subject instead of sticking to traditional tests and homework. I credit him for sparking my passion in this field.”

January 1, 2024Computer

John Licato, center, and his collegues, Logan Fields (left) and Animesh Nighojkar (right) of Actualization.ai.

Business Journal: Licato leverages AI expertise to launch compliance startup

John Licato understands the hype of artificial intelligence more than most. That's why he wants to capitalize on his expert background to start an innovative AI company to help other companies.

December 5, 2023Computer

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