Author Archives: Karen Knight

Dr. Gabor Fichtinger, and to Dr. C. J. Engel (Surgery) Receive CIHR Collaborative Health Research Projects Grant

Congratulations to Queen’s School of Computing Professor, Dr. Gabor Fichtinger, and to Dr. C. J. Engel (Surgery), as well as to their team of researchers, on their successful application to the CIHR Collaborative Health Research Projects (NSERC Partnered) for the … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Two of our Outstanding Undergraduate Researchers!!!

Congratulations to two of our outstanding undergraduate researchers: Rachael House and Anna Ilina. Both students are the recipients of Ontario-Baden-Württemberg Summer Research Program scholarships. Ms. House will be based at the German Cancer Research Center and Ms. Ilina will be … Continue reading

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CRA Releases Report on Surge in Computer Science Enrollments

Generation CS: Computer Science Undergraduate Enrollments Surge Since 2006 Across the United States and Canada, universities and colleges are facing a significant increase in enrollment in both undergraduate computer science (CS) courses and programs. The current enrollment surge has exceeded … Continue reading

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Parvin Mousavi Pointed Priorities: Bringing IT into the Clinic

Please check out the following article at  http://www.queensu.ca/research/innovating/mousavi Well done Parvin!

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David Skillicorn on Linguistic Clues to Fraud in Financial Reports

Professor David Skillicorn is in the news today.  The Smith School’s publication, Insight, has an article about the work he did with Lynette Purda-Heeler and Pam Murphy on fraud transmission via language: https://smith.queensu.ca/insight/articles/the_immaculate_deception

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Welcome Dr. Farhana Zulkernine

The QSC is pleased to welcome Dr. Farhana Zulkernine who begins her appointment this month as a Tenure Track Assistant Professor in the Queen’s School of Computing. Best wishes!

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A Festschrift for Selim G. Akl….A Message from David Rappaport

“From time to time one comes across a volume containing scholarly submissions honouring a “famous” researcher for his or her contributions to the community. The German word Festschrift is commonly used to describe such a volume. Wikipedia translates Festschrift as … Continue reading

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Dr. Hossam Hassanein Elevated to IEEE Fellow

The Queen’s School of Computing is pleased to announce that Dr. Hossam Hassanein of the Queen’s School of Computing has been elevated to the rank of IEEE Fellow, the highest grade of membership in the IEEE. The citation is reproduced … Continue reading

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Jim Cordy Featured in the Gazette for Prize for Excellence in Research

Professor Jim Cordy is in the news today on the occasion of his award of the Queen’s Prize for Excellence in Research.

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Dr. Jim Cordy Awarded Prize for Excellence in Research

The Queen’s School of Computing is pleased to announce that Queen’s School of Computing Professor Dr. Jim Cordy is the recipient of the Queen’s University Prize for Excellence in Research for 2016.  The Prize will be awarded at the Fall … Continue reading

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