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Professor Bram Adams receives the MSR 2021 Foundational Contribution Award

  Professor Bram Adams has been noted as the recipient of the MSR 2021 Foundational Contribution Award. MSR is the international conference on Mining Software Repositories which has been celebrating the achievements of the MSR community since 2017. The MSR … Continue reading

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Dr. Ahmed Hassan receives the TCSE Distinguished Education Award from the IEEE Computer Society Technical Council on Software Engineering.

  Dr. Ahmed Hassan has been recognized for his outstanding role as an educator in software engineering by the IEEE Computer Society He has received the TCSE Distinguished Education Award. The award description is as follows: “The TCSE Distinguished Education … Continue reading

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Nicole Osayande receives the McCall MacBain Scholarship

Undergraduate student Nicole Osayande is well known in the University for her academic excellence, leadership, EDI advocacy, and enthusiasm for the School of Computing. She has recently been named an inaugural scholar McCall MacBain Scholar among 20 students. Such an … Continue reading

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Creative Computing Showcase 2021

This year’s Creative Computing Showcase was unlike any other that we’ve hosted in the past. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the event was held virtually on Hopin. The event was an immersive experience where guests could view poster presentations, video presentations, … Continue reading

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Celebrating wonderful achievements in the Perk Lab and the Med-i Lab

Faculty, staff, and students from the Med-i Lab and the Perk Lab  participated in the 19th Imaging Network Ontario meeting that brings together the best in-class physicians, researchers, healthcare professionals and trainees to present the state of the art in … Continue reading

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Queen’s School of Computing faculty and students receive 2021 Teaching Awards

Queen’s University’s 2021 Teaching Awards was held virtually on YouTube on March 24th, 2021 at 4:30 pm EDT. We are proud to announce that three award recipients were from the School of Computing. The recipients are as follows. Wendy Powley … Continue reading

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Queen’s School of Computing cohosts the Coded Bias panel discussion

On March 12th, Professor Catherine Stinson moderated a panel discussion on bias in AI in response to the American documentary Coded Bias  was directed by Shalini Kantayya. The panelists in this session were  Llana James and Dr. Bretton Fosbrook. LLana James … Continue reading

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Professor David Skillicorn comments on a recent ransomware attack at Molson Coors

A recent ransomware attack took place at Molson Coors Beverage Company. Professor David Skillicorn provides a comment to the Welland Tribune with further details behind such a ransomware attack. Read the full story to learn more.

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Professor Nick Graham’s research on the Liberi Exergame gains positive attention

Dr. Nick Graham collaborated with  Dr. Darcy Fehlings, developmental pediatrician from Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital in developing the Liberi Exergame which is a video gaming system powered by exercise bikes.  A  former study participant shares his positive experience with … Continue reading

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Queen’s School of Computing students participate in winter sports

Computing students have a lot on their plates.  With academics taking center stage, participation in Queen’s athletics has enhanced the student experience for many. We spoke with some students to tell us more about their experiences. Here’s what we learned. … Continue reading

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