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Creative Computing Showcase 2018

Your browser does not support the video tag. Hundreds of interested faculty, students, and staff gathered at the Biosciences Complex on Thursday April 5th for the Queen’s School of Computing’s annual Creative Computing Showcase. The event highlighted the work of … Continue reading

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2018 Invitational High School Programming Contest

Congratulations to Team 1 from Holy Cross Secondary School for the team’s win in this year’s School of Computing Invitational High School Programming Contest. Eleven teams of student programmers from seven area high schools attempted to solve four challenging programming … Continue reading

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James Cordy and Former PhD Student Chanchal Roy Win Most Influential Paper Award at SANER 2018

Congratulations to Prof. James Cordy and his former PhD student Prof. Chanchal Roy of the University of Saskatchewan, on winning the ten-year Most Influential Paper award at SANER 2018 this week in Campobasso, Italy. SANER 2018, the 25th IEEE International … Continue reading

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Robin Dawes to Receive Frank Knox Award (with Honourable Mention to Randy Ellis)

Robin Dawes will be awarded the Frank Knox Awards for teaching excellence this year. In addition, Randy Ellis receieved an honourable mention. From the Centre for Teaching and Learning website: Each year, the Alma Mater Society of Queen’s University shall … Continue reading

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David Skillicorn Talks to Global News About Cyberattack on Family and Children’s Services of Lanark, Leeds and Grenville

Dr. Skillicorn says anti-virus and anti-malware software helps, but unfortunately people don’t use those tools often enough. Read more about it on Global News.

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Max Garcia Receives Agnes Benidickson Tricolour Award

School of Computing undergraduate student Max Garcia was recently awarded the prestigious Agnes Benedickson Tricolour Award. Induction in the Tricolour Society is the highest privilege that can be conferred by Queen’s University on a student for service to the community. … Continue reading

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Two New Tenure-track Faculty Positions Announced

The School of Computing in the Faculty of Arts and Science at Queen’s University invites applications for two Tenure-track faculty positions at the rank of Assistant Professor with specialization in Data Analytics, Machine Learning, Big Data and related areas. The … Continue reading

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Hillary Lia Named Finalist for Computing Research Association’s (CRA) Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award

Please join us in congratulating Hillary Lia who has been named as Finalist for the Computing Research Association’s (CRA) Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award. Hillary is a third year undergraduate student in the Biomedical Computing Honour’s Program. She conducts research in … Continue reading

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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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