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Fall Convocation

Congratulations to the School of Computing grads who convocated in Grant Hall this morning. We wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors! Photos by Doug Martin

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KHSC and Queen’s to become First in North America to Use iKnife

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Dr. Fichtinger Talks to CKWS News About the Perk Lab’s iKnife

CKWS News featured the Perk Lab’s iKnife. Gabor Fichtinger says that technology like the ‘iKnife’ is on the leading edge of the surgical profession. For the whole story, see: https://globalnews.ca/news/3853783/doctors-at-queens-university-get-a-glimpse-at-how-iknife-could-change-how-cancers-are-removed/

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Perk Lab featured in Voice of the City

Perk Lab hosted a double visit by both Mayor Paterson and MPP Kiwala on August 10, 2017. The visit was a solid team effort and went spectacularly. The visit is even featured in the city’s semiannual news “Voice of the … Continue reading

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Computing Alumni Panel Held at Homecoming 2017

On Friday October 13th, a group of Alumni from the School of Computing presented a panel session to share their experiences in the field. Panelists included the following alumni: Danielle Pace (’07) – PhD student, Computer Science, MIT Danielle is … Continue reading

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Queen’s Computing Newsletter 2017 Now Available

The 2017 Queen’s Computing Newsletter is now available. View it below, download the PDF, or look for it in print in the Goodwin 5th floor foyer or the main office. Download 2017-2018 Newsletter (single page PDF – ideal for printing) … Continue reading

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Queen’s Computing at the Ontario University Fair

Staff and student volunteers returned this week after a successful showing at the Ontario University Fair in the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. The level of interest in Computing was phenomenal. As always, Computing was well-represented, with faculty, staff, and many … Continue reading

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Afternoon of Appreciation for Selim Akl

Faculty, staff, students, and friends gathered at the University Club on Thursday afternoon to celebrate Selim Akl, his achievements, and his service to the School. “I would like to thank everyone who attended last Thursday’s event,” Akl said. “It was … Continue reading

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Gehan Selim, Jim Cordy and Juergen Dingel Awarded Best Paper at MODELS 2017

Congrats to Gehan Selim, Jim Cordy and Juergen Dingel who were awarded a Best Paper award for their Foundations Track paper, “How is ATL really used? Language feature use in the ATL Zoo” at MODELS 2017, the 20th International Conference … Continue reading

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New Arts & Science Dean Barbara Crow Visits the School of Computing

On Wednesday, incoming dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science Barbara Crow, along with Associate Dean Nick Mosey, visited the School for a tour of the Perk, Medical Informatics, Human Media, and EQUIS labs. “I appreciated the breadth of … Continue reading

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