UM researchers develop app for use in disease outbreaks

Users share their location history with health authorities

Bringing data to life

Promoting interdisciplinary research and collaboration, driving innovation through optimal decision-making, and training future data scientists
HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION LAB

IMPROVING THE USABILITY OF COMPLEX SOFTWARE

Dr. Andrea Bunt - 2019 recipient of CS-Can/Info-Can Outstanding Young Computer Science Researcher Awards
Computer Science

Making devices smarter

Dr. Pourang Irani is bringing to life the wearable technologies and hologram projection devices of tomorrow, that could give new tools to disaster-response workers, doctors and educators
Computer Science

Robots as co-workers?

Dr. James Young explores how companies can introduce robots into our work environments and how they can be better integrated into our homes

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October
27

Undergraduate Research Poster Competition ONLINE

The Undergraduate Research Poster Competition is an annual event that takes place every fall at UM.

Location: Virtual

 
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Searching in Web of Science

In this introductory session, you will learn to navigate Web of Science's search interface and construct your own search.

 
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Data Visualization in the Sciences

This session provides an overview on the use of Data Visualization (including GIS) and how it can be used in...

 
28

Undergraduate Science Student Town Hall

We want to hear from you. How can we improve your student experience? Have input on future planning. Share your...

 
29

Weekly Support Chat for International Students

Current and new international students are invited to join the UM International Centre and fellow students for a weekly video...

Location: Zoom online meeting

 
29

Indigenous Scholar Speaker Series - Dr. Brian Rice

Join us for the Indigenous Scholar Speaker Series with Dr. Brian Rice, Kinesiology and Recreation Management

Location: Zoom

 
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DATA SCIENCE AT THE CITY OF WINNIPEG

Discover what data scientists at the City of Winnipeg are doing!

 
30

Graduate Student Panel - Natural Resources Institute

Graduate Student Panel for Undergraduate Students

 
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Introduction to the Tidyverse in R

Learn how to use manipulate data and produce quality data visualizations tools. Recommended= knowledge of R and RStudio.

November
06

The geometry of ecosystems in a changing world - Corina Tarnita, Princeton University

Regular spatial patterns are common in natural systems—across organisms and scales—and can convey important information about those systems’ structure and...

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Arctic Research Foundation partners with UM and RRC to revolutionize public access to big Arctic data

A new partnership between the University of Manitoba (UM), Red River College (RRC), and the Arctic Research Foundation (ARF) is setting out to unlock the big data secrets previously hidden in Canada’s Arctic. Ralph Dueck and Reynard Dela Torre from RRC’s applied computer education department and Carson Leung in computer science in the UM Faculty...

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Winners of the 2020 3MT Undergraduate Student Competition

The winners of the 2020 Summer Undergraduate Research Experience 3MT thesis competition hosted by the Faculty of Science are: LIFE SCIENCES 1st Place: Juanita Garcia – “Can we use current to treat orthostatic hypotension after spinal cord injury?” Supervisor: Dr. Kristine Cowley, Department of Physiology 2nd Place: Kyra Cebula  – “Brain Imaging-Based Biomarker for Alzheimer’s Disease” Supervisor:...

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Winners of the 2020 3MT Undergraduate Student Competition

The winners of the 2020 Summer Undergraduate Research Experience 3MT thesis competition hosted by the Faculty of Science are: LIFE SCIENCES 1st Place: Juanita Garcia – “Can we use current to treat orthostatic hypotension after spinal cord injury?” Supervisor: Dr. Kristine Cowley, Department of Physiology 2nd Place: Kyra Cebula  – “Brain Imaging-Based Biomarker for Alzheimer’s Disease” Supervisor:...

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Cheer on the 3MT Undergraduate Student Competitors!

Over forty undergraduate students in the Faculty of Science are participating in the first (virtual) Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition, on August 11th, & 12th, 2020. A new initiative, part of the Faculty of Science, Student Undergraduate Summer Research Experience Program. Three Minute Thesis challenges students to communicate their ideas and research discoveries concisely to a...

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Co-op Opens Doors for Computer Science Student Clarke Garrioch

Growing up on the Cross Lake Indian Reserve in Northern Manitoba, Clarke Garrioch understood the importance of education. Graduating at just 16 years old, from Otter Nelson River School, Clarke recognized he would have to leave his community to continue his education. The valedictorian of his high school graduating class, Clarke credits his father for...

Researcher Profiles

John Anderson

Multi-Robot Systems, Multi-Agent Systems, Dynamic Heterogeneous Teamwork, robot interaction, mapping and space management, learning in…

James Young

human-robot interaction (HRI), human-computer interaction (HCI), domestic robots, social human-robot interaction, aging and robots, gender…

Stephane Durocher

My research is in computational geometry, data structures, geometric optimization, and discrete algorithms. My recent…

Ben Li

My research interests lie in combinatorics and theoretical computer science. More specifically, I am interested…

Carson Kai-Sang Leung

Data mining and analysis (including data analytics, data science & business intelligence solutions) Big data,…

Pourang Irani

Research Involves: Designing and implementing software tools to facilitate interaction with information in a ubiquitous…

Peter Graham

Parallel and Distributed Systems Pervasive and Mobile Computing Computational Grids and Advanced Computing Environments Compiler…

Franklin Bristow

Teaching & pedagogy, bioinformatics

Andrea Bunt

Dr. Andrea Bunt is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the…

Christina Penner

Courses I teach include: Introduction to Computer Science Technical Communication in Computer Science Professional Practice…

Shahin Kamali

I have a broad interest in design, analysis and limitations of algorithms. I am particularly…

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UofManitoba Comp Sci @uofmcs 6 hours ago

Announcing a Science elective course for Winter 2021: SCI 2000 Assessing Global Change in the Anthropocene. Details about the content can be found on the course website: https://t.co/ORekqjnODi

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Announcing a Science elective course for Fall 2020: SCI 2000 Image Processing Theory and Applications. Details about the content can be found on the course website: https://t.co/3Nw0XWPeev

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UM Science Co-op student lands job at Apple - Faculty of Science https://t.co/FvX3vlaiRc

UofManitoba Comp Sci @uofmcs 5 months ago

Security and privacy risks with patient portal accounts in US hospitals; see what Dr Latulipe @clatulip discovered: https://t.co/RsbuVoghTw

UofManitoba Comp Sci @uofmcs 5 months ago

Summer course schedules will be made available May 4 with registration starting May 19.

UofManitoba Comp Sci @uofmcs 6 months ago

We’re hiring a term position Instructor: https://t.co/8nkEQUdOxB

UofManitoba Comp Sci @uofmcs 6 months ago

Congratulations to Professor Hugh Williams, one of the department's founders, on receiving a much deserved Lifetime Achievement award: https://t.co/QQhCgHQoeg

UofManitoba Comp Sci @uofmcs 6 months ago

New special topics grad course: "Technology & Aging" offered in Winter 2020. Contact @clatulip

UofManitoba Comp Sci @uofmcs 11 months ago

Thank you Dr. Mike @umanitoba @umanitobasci for stopping by to give us a run down on CS at UM #fascinating #neighbours #anotheroption

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New course offering! COMP 3190 (Intro to AI) will be offered in Winter 2020 with a limited number of spots!

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International success for U of M Robot Team at FIRA HuroCup https://t.co/WNSD4nBiig

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We're hiring a tenure track position in Neuroscience (joint with Biological Sciences): https://t.co/zrn64Avwhf

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We're hiring a tenure-track professor: https://t.co/ot1Ixqi80I

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We're hiring an Instructor: https://t.co/Dyl2PjP2Ao

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Congratulations to Mia Battad – we're looking forward to meeting you soon. https://t.co/oGsRe2NOjJ

UofManitoba Comp Sci @uofmcs 1 year ago

Congratulations to Dr Andrea Bunt on being a recipient of this year's CS-Can|Info-Can Outstanding Young Computer Science Researcher Award! https://t.co/aqn8EmRlbs

UofManitoba Comp Sci @uofmcs 1 year ago

Congratulations to Dr. Pourang Irani and everyone involved in this NSERC Create program: New program will help us manage and prevent chronic and infectious diseases https://t.co/Tq3GyCmlqk

UofManitoba Comp Sci @uofmcs 2 years ago

Seminar Tomorrow, 1pm E2-304, Dr Erin Chambers from @SLU_Official: "Burning the Medial Axis". It's a topic that's related to problems in computer vision, artificial intelligence, and graphics. https://t.co/fXW8iscr8M

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Computer Science Co-op Program

Integrates academic studies with paid work experience. Beginning in their third year of Computer Science studies, Co-op students alternate four month academic terms with four month Computer Science relevant work terms.