A Ph.D. candidate’s passion for animals is helping to drive the development of an AI system that informs conservation practice.
Meet Francesco Orabona, a recently appointed associate professor at KAUST. Orabona’s research interests focus on the theory and application of machine learning and online learning algorithms.
CEMSE Professor Wolfgang Heidrich will receive the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Computer Graphics and Interactive Technique’s (ACM SIGGRAPH) Computer Graphics Achievement Award this August. The ACM SIGGRAPH is a global nonprofit organization that advances computer graphics and interactive technologies.
KAUST Professor of Computer Science Peter Richtárik and his former student Nicolas Loizou, currently a postdoctoral researcher at Mila - Quebec Artificial Intelligence Institute and soon to take up an assistant professorship position at Johns Hopkins University, recently received the 2020 Computational Optimization and Applications (COAP) Best Paper Award.
KAUST recently announced that Professor Jürgen Schmidhuber will join KAUST as director of the University's Artificial Intelligence Initiative. Schmidhuber is a renowned computer scientist who is most noted for his pioneering work in the field of artificial intelligence, deep learning, and artificial neural networks.
CEMSE Division is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Jürgen Schmidhuber as the Director of the KAUST Artificial Intelligence Initiative, who will join KAUST on October 1, 2021.
A simple camera system paired with a sophisticated image-processing algorithm can achieve faster and more accurate reconstructions of particle flow.
Matteo Parsani and his team at KAUST are modeling how air particles move around objects—providing vital info for engineers designing lighter jets.
The annual IEEE Computer Society Global Student Challenge provides an avenue for students worldwide to create innovative solutions to big data problems. This year’s competition, IEEE CS GSC 2021, encourages each individual or team (max three students) to present solutions to pre-determined problem/issue statement of relevance in CS today.