Six scholars from Dalhousie are among the newest Canada Research Chairs recently announced, pushing world-leading research forward in pathogens, risk management, healthy aging, ocean analytics and more.
Recognition for the success of the WeAreAllCS initiative has come fast and furious this year, with the latest honour coming at the Dalhousie Legacy Awards Wednesday when the working group of staff, faculty and students spearheading the initiative took home one of the President's Awards for the Advancement of Equity, Diversity and Inclusiveness.
Computer Science alum Suwen Wang's work in the visual effects industry is helping bring to life some of the most incredible digital creations in movies and TV today, including the recently released POKÉMON: Detective Pikachu.
Computer Science faculty member Stan Matwin has been awarded with the 2019 Canadian Artificial Intelligence Association (CAIAC) Lifetime Achievement Award, recognizing his outstanding contributions in pushing forward our understanding of AI.
Anirudh Koul (BCS’07) believes that people are limitless if they are armed with the right tools. He’s trying to do just that by using artificial intelligence to empower and make the world more accessible for blind and low vision people.
A game of cards in his first year led student Elliott Darbyshire to a different degree program and a world of opportunities in computer science. Two GPA awards and an exchange to South Korea later, he’s confident it was a wise choice.
Matt Zimola and Hossein Salimian studied in two separate grad programs in Dal's Faculty of Computer Science. What brought them together was a passion for entrepreneurship that led to the development of an exciting new aquaculture start-up.
Computer Science student Mariam Ragab and Management / Sustainability student Hayat Showail share a similar commitment to building community and breaking down barriers in the process. Now, they also share one of Canada’s top student honours: a 3M National Student Fellowship, awarded to just 10 undergrads annually.