Author Archives: Sara Perosa

Mohammad Zulkernine and Steven Ding awarded funding from DND IDEaS

The School of Computing is pleased to congratulate Mohammad Zulkernine and Steven Ding on the award of funding support from the DND IDEaS program for their project An Explainable Active Learning Agent for Intrusion Detection and Risk Assessment on MIL-STD-1553-based … Continue reading

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2020 School of Computing Awards

The Queen’s School of Computing is proud to announce the recipients of the 12th annual School of Computing Awards. This year’s recipients are:     School of Computing Research Award: Andras Lasso     Distinguished Service Award: Karen Knight     Distinguished Student … Continue reading

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Hossam Hassanein receives Technical Achievement and Recognition Award

The School of Computing is pleased to congratulate Dr. Hassanein on receipt of the 2020 IEEE IoT, Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks Technical Committee (IoT-AHSN TC) Technical Achievement and Recognition Award. The award recognizes members of the IEEE Communications Society … Continue reading

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Amber Simpson appointed as Director of HMRC at Queen’s University & KHSC

Dr. Amber Simpson has been appointed as Director, Human Mobility Research Centre, Queen’s University & Kingston Health Sciences Centre. On the recommendation of Deans Barbara Crow, Kevin Deluzio, and Jane Philpott,  Mark Green, Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic) at Queen’s University … Continue reading

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QUIP Student Experiences Presentation

QUIP computing students have just returned from internships at 14 different companies including Ericsson, IBM, Kinaxis, Moneris and more. Join us on October 15th on Microsoft Teams to hear about their experiences — what they did, what they learned and … Continue reading

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Catherine Stinson comments on the op-Ed written by OpenAI GPT-3

Catherine Stinson, Assistant Professor in the School of Computing and Philosophy Department, discusses the op-Ed written by OpenAI Robot GPT-3 in an interview on Ontario Morning with CBC Radio. To listen to the interview with Stinson on CBC Radio, start … Continue reading

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Hiring Faculty Position at Queen’s School of Computing

The School of Computing in the Faculty of Arts and Science at Queen’s University invites applications for a faculty position at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor. The preferred start date for the appointment is January 1, 2021. Salary … Continue reading

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Message to Students from the Computing Instructional Support Team

The Computing Instructional Support Team (CIST) has been providing support to instructors as they transition from in-class teaching to a remote teaching environment. The team has supported instructors by educating and providing resources to online tools and methods, as well … Continue reading

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Congratulations to the Computing Class of 2020

On Monday, June 1st at 2:30 pm, our graduating class of 163 Bachelor, Master’s, and PhD in Computing students would be walking the stage in Grant Hall for their convocation ceremony. This year, due to the pandemic, we are sending … Continue reading

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Alice Santilli wins Queen’s 3MT competition

Original source Queen’s Gazette No stopping the Three Minute Thesis Alice Santilli, a master’s candidate in the School of Computing, is the Queen’s Three Minute Thesis winner with her presentation ‘Sniffing out breast cancer.’ Every cancer patient who goes to … Continue reading

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