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Tenth Annual School of Computing Awards

School Director Hossam Hassanein hosted the Tenth Annual Queen’s School of Computing Awards ceremony following today’s convocation ceremony. The awards were created to recognize excellence in various forms of endeavour, an opportunity to celebrate the contributions of those in the … Continue reading

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Convocation 2018

Congratulations to the Computing Class of 2018 who graduated in this morning’s convocation ceremony in Grant Hall. We wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors! Photos by Doug Martin

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Dr. James Cordy and QSC Alum Dr. Chanchal Roy Win Their Second Most Influential Paper This Year at ICPC 2018

Congratulations to Prof. James Cordy and School alumnus Prof. Chanchal Roy of the University of Saskatchewan on winning their *second* ten-year Most Influential Paper award of 2018, at ICPC 2018 this week in Gothenburg, Sweden. ICPC 2018, the 26th IEEE/ACM … Continue reading

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Aboriginal Youth Leadership Program Visits the Queen’s School of Computing

The School of Computing at Queen’s University hosted members of the Aboriginal Youth Leadership Program to a workshop of video game development and virtual storytelling, April 13 and April 26. The workshop formed part of the Storying Resilience partnership project … Continue reading

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David Skillicorn talks to CBC Radio about Wasaga Beach’s hacking crisis

Dr. Skillicorn discusses the hack and the ransom paid to recover some of the data. Source: CBC Radio

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Gabor Fichtinger Named Canada Research Chair in Integrated Surgery

Congratulations to Gabor Fichtinger on being named Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Computer Integrated Surgery. From the Gazette: Every year, the Government of Canada invests approximately $265 million through the Canada Research Chairs (CRC) Program to attract and retain … Continue reading

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Ahmed Hassan Receives NSERC Steacie Fellowship

On Tuesday, May 1 the National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) announced the 2018 recipients of the highly-prestigious NSERC Steacie Fellowship. Dr. Ahmed Hassan (School of Computing) is one of six recipients nationally and he marks the … Continue reading

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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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