As much as it is easier for humans to describe the content of photographs, summarize a video and recognize a face, the more complex it is for computers to do the same. Dr Neil Bruce who is an associate professor in the School of Computer Science is exploring the research on Computer Vision. This research is expected to lead to technologies that transform our lives, including technologies from self-driving cars to the diagnosis of diseases.
Computer Science Graduate Student Marshall Asch’s research on data storage and mobile ad hoc networks have produced results that have long-lasting implications. In today’s world, the internet has become an integral part of our everyday lives. Although, such an important part of today’s world, it is shocking to realize that some people might not have access to fast and reliable internet.
With the ongoing pandemic taking a toll on our routine, everyone at one point has asked this question- how to make the COVID-19 testing more efficient and faster?
The research study that was led by Dr Theresa Bernardo and Dr Dan Gillis monitored news sources, journals, social media, and various other sources to deconstruct the research collaboration around the world. The study revealed that the research collaborations varied from scientific articles, data dashboards, data sharing agreements, hackathons, AI-enabled predictive models and, included the initiatives to make personal protective equipment, ventilators, and screening test.
Each year, the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS) celebrates the outstanding achievements of its students with awards that recognize academic accomplishments, community engagement, leadership, innovation, and volunteerism. Many of these awards are made possible by alumni and friends of CEPS, its departments and schools, and the University of Guelph.
The School of Computer Science is proud to highlight the following Bachelor of Computing award winners from our Computer Science and Software Engineering programs!
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Animal health leaders and researchers from the Global Burden of Animal Diseases (GBADs) programme have secured US$7 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. The programme has also received funding from the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), Brooke and DG-Sante European Commission.
Everyone’s routine has been affected drastically with the ongoing pandemic. As we all move to the regular use of our credit and debit cards, how much can you trust the codes in the PINs?
A new study that was conducted by School of Computer Science and led by our very own Professor, Dr Hassan Khan including colleague Dr Rozita Dara and Dr Adam Aviv from George Washington University revealed that the safety of the Personal Identification Numbers ( PINs) depends on how often an individual update their code.
As the University of Guelph takes the top rank among Canadian universities for Experiential Learning, it is a pleasure to announce our partnership with Mitcas for students in University of Guelph's Master of cybersecurity and threat intelligence (MTCI). Mitcas is a national wide recognized research organization that interconnects the skills and experiences in the field of industry, academia and government. The main goal of the initiative is to establish over 100 internships over the next five years for the students in the graduate program.
The School of Computer Science is proud to announce that one of our faculty members, Dr. Ali Dehghantanha, has been awarded a Tier 2 Canada Research Chair (CRC) from the federal Government of Canada. Earlier today, Minister of Innovation, Science, and Industry, Navdeep Bains, announced a $195-million federal investment in the CRC program that included the bestowing of 259 new and renewed chairships at institutions across Canada.