We are looking for six new faculty members to join the department of computer science!
The department of computer science is looking for six new faculty members to join us. You can find more information about the available positions on UM Recruitment Site with Requisition No: 24078.
Computer Science Co-op Info Session
Tuesday, April 5, 2022 1:00pm – 2:30pm Zoom (link will be shared after registration) Register Register here: https://sci.umanitoba.ca/co-op/prospective-students/info-sessions/
Apply for Exceptions
The department is working on a series of program changes designed to better prepare Major graduates for their careers, reflecting changing needs and course coverage. We are starting to consider exceptions for students to accommodate the ongoing changes in our curriculum, and to provide more flexible options to students as course availability continues to be...
Conference Sponsorship Program (CSP) Call for Applications
Conference Sponsorship Program (CSP) Call for Applications – Oct 15, 2021 deadline CSP Guidelines Aug 2021 Conference Faculty Application Form CSP Student Guidelines Aug 2021 Conference Student Application Form
A Cool New Tool
A new tool called Tree Courses, to help visualize your class dependencies! (note: not an official tool yet!) Click on the link below and check it out!! tree.courses
Computer Science Graduate Students Place First
Computer Science graduate students Japjeet Singh, Songdi Hu and Soheil Changizi placed first in the Faculty of Science Data Science Challenge. Congratulations on a job well done!
Changes for Winter 2021
Computer Science understands that there is a need for more spaces in courses, especially at the 3000 level. We’ve been making changes since the start of the Fall term, and wanted to advertise them here: We’ve added more than 30 new spaces to COMP 3430. We’ve added more than 30 new spaces to COMP 3370....
UM researchers develop app for use in disease outbreaks
MARCH 12, 2020 — The UM computer scientists sat around their lab, wondering if people would share their location data with health authorities, or even the general public, during an outbreak such as COVID-19. Would an app that did this be culturally accepted? They mused and then called it a night. Yumiko Sakamoto, a research associate in...