Congratulations to Dr. Pamela Wisniewski, who is a finalist for the 2018 William T. Grant Scholars Program.
Congratulations to the UCF Raptor team, (L to R): Timothy Buzzelli, Eric Ly, Alex Coleman, all Computer Science majors, who won the SE Regional division I of the ACM ICPC and will advance to the world finals in China.
Congratulations to Sumit Jha’s PhD student Sunny Raj for his excellent work in the NIPS/Google Adversarial Defense competition, where he took 14th place out of 108 teams.
Congratulations to Dr. Sumit Jha and his student Sunny Raj and collaborators Dr. Laura Pullum and Dr. Arvind Ramanthan at Oak Ridge National Laboratory for winning the best paper award at the Foundations of Privacy & Security FPS 2017 conference held at INRIA Nancy, France.
According to the website csrankings.org, which ranks research in Computer Science based on papers published in very prestigious and highly-selective conferences, UCF ranks 6th in the US
Congratulations to Drs. Hassan Foroosh and Mubark Shah, who were given UCF Luminary awards at a reception on October 18 in downtown Orlando. Attached is a picture of Dr. Foroosh at the award ceremony. See also http://today.ucf.edu/ucf-honors-luminary-leaders-changing-world/
Congratulations to the UCF CCDC team, and their coach and advisor, Dr. Thomas Nedorost, who won first place on October 14th in the Raymond James Capture the Flag competition.
Congratulations to UCF’s Cyber Defense Team, which captured 3rd place in the Global Cyberlympics World Finals at The Hague, Netherlands today.
Congratulations to Professor Kenneth Stanley for winning the following award from the International Society for Artificial Life (ISAL): 2017 ISAL Award for Outstanding Paper of the Decade 2002 – 2012
Congratulations to Yun Zhai & Mubarak Shah’s paper “Visual attention detection in video sequences using spatiotemporal cues” which was noted as a Classic paper from 2006 by Google Scholar, see https://goo.gl/qjRWky. This paper has 677 citations and is the 4th most cited paper in the Multimedia area of the Google Classic papers.