Professor Gillis who uses his skills in computer science to support food security is one of the winners of this year’s William Winegard Exemplary Volunteer Awards.
Over the weekend of March 18th and 19th, Roboticon, our robot-building and programming challenge, entered its 16th year at the University of Guelph.
The University of Guelph now has a swath of new ideas for tackling student mental health, thanks to the students and staff who took part in last weekend's "Guelph Hacks for Mental Health."
This week School of Computer Science Assistant Professor Dan Gillis is curating the @RealScientists Twitter account.
RealScientists was established in February of 2013 as a way for scientists, academics, and researchers to communicate directly with the public through social media. Every week a new scientist is selected to curate the account. At the time of writing this post, @RealScientists had over 40,000 followers.
School of Computer Science student Christopher Katsaras joined University of Guelph President Vaccarino, Evan Fraser. Director of the Food Institute, Shoshanah Jacobs and other students from the Idea Congress and Feeding9Billion Classroom in a roundtable discussion on student efforts to reduce food waste with Ontario's Lieutenant-Governor Elizabeth Dowdeswell.
The School of Computer Science's Dr. Blair Nonnecke is one of the principle investigators studying motorist behaviour in the new DRIVE lab.
Please read about the exciting announcement of the opening of the new 170,000-square-foot Athletic Centre on the University of Guelph campus:
The students, staff, and faculty would like to welcome Dr. Andrew Hamilton-Wright to the School of Computer Science. Dr. Hamilton-Wright officially joins the School on January 1, 2017. He joins us after working in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Mount Alison University as Assistant then Associate Professor. Andrew is an NSERC award-winning researcher, most recently receiving funding through the NSERC Discovery Development Grant program.