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  • UW-Madison Computer Sciences Department
    programming languages group strives to improve programmers efficiency Mohit Gupta brings holistic approach to computer vision Graduate Undergraduate Alumni Friends Current Information Advising Current courses For incoming students Programs Capstone Certificate Professional Master s Traditional MS PhD Jobs Fellowships Graduate fellowships Job listings Summer RA awards Undergraduate Programs About our programs Current courses Major FAQs Advising About advising Current advisors Resources Job listings SACM WACM Current Information Alumni updates Feature stories News Connect Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Get Involved Give to CS Industrial affiliates Events Google UW Madison PhDs at Google Tuesday February 23 2016 12 00pm CASL Progress in the Advanced Modeling and Simulation of Light Water Reactors Thursday February 25 2016 4 00pm Dr Jess Gehin Director Consortium for Advanced Simulation of Light Water Reactors CASL Theory Seminar Local Computation Mechanism Design Friday February 26 2016 2 00pm Shai Vardi Tel Aviv University More Events Calendar News Prof Arpaci Dusseau recognized with a Chancellor s Distinguished Teaching Award Professor of Computer Sciences Remzi Arpaci Dusseau has won the Chancellor s Distinguished Teaching Award Prof Doan named a Vilas Associate Professor of Computer Sciences AnHai Doan has been named a Vilas Associate by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for

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  • About Wisconsin Computer Sciences | UW-Madison Computer Sciences Department
    technology engineering and math will be for careers involving computing Whether you plan to earn a degree in computer science or simply complete some coursework to sharpen your skillset in another field of study exposure to computer science is critical for today s students and working professionals Here at the University of Wisconsin Madison the Department of Computer Sciences CS offers a dynamic environment for study research and professional growth In 2014 the department celebrated its 50th anniversary It is one of the oldest and most respected computer science departments in the United States having begun in the early 1960s as the Department of Numerical Analysis and becoming the Department of Computer Sciences in 1964 Today Wisconsin CS is recognized as having the world s leading research groups in computer architecture database systems distributed and grid computing and nonlinear optimization among others What s more it provides an unbeatable learning environment for students at all levels in all areas of computer science Both undergraduate and graduate students have an opportunity to conduct research alongside faculty Those bitten by the entrepreneurial bug can take advantage of an innovative class specifically aimed at students who want to launch software startup companies Campus competitions like CS NEST also give students a chance to hone and pitch start up ideas and programming competitions give students a chance to test their skills Student organizations like SACM WACM and The Hub enrich student life and offer a supportive and fun community Wisconsin CS provides students with all that a top notch computer science department has to offer located within the vast array of resources and opportunities at one of the world s top universities not to mention the vibrant scenic community of Madison itself From its traditional bachelor s master s and Ph D programs to

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  • Location | UW-Madison Computer Sciences Department
    Research Connect Alumni Updates Industrial Affiliates Student Job Listings CS Job Fair Programming Contests Give Location The Computer Sciences Statistics Building is located at 1210 West Dayton Street Madison Wisconsin 53706 1613 USA Main phone number for general questions 608 262 1204 Main office Room 5351 on the fifth floor UW Madison campus map Learn more about Madison and the benefits of living here About Location Contacts Events Feature Articles

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  • Contacts | UW-Madison Computer Sciences Department
    People section Phone numbers are preceded by area code 608 and email addresses are followed by cs wisc edu unless noted otherwise FUNCTION NAME OFFICE PHONE EMAIL Chair Mark D Hill 5355A 262 8737 markhill Associate Chair Michael Swift 7369 890 0131 swift Director of Graduate Studies Graduate Advising Committee GAC Chair Dieter van Melkebeek 4390 262 4196 dieter Graduate Admissions Co Chair Aditya Akella 7379 890 0122 akella Graduate Admissions Co Chair Stephen Wright 4379 262 4838 swright Graduate Program Coordinator Angela Thorp 5360 262 7967 thorp Professional Programs Coordinator Jonathan Henkel 5378 262 5601 jhenkel Undergraduate Advising Committee UGAC Chair Jude Shavlik 6393 262 7784 shavlik Undergraduate Student Services Coordinator Nikki Lemmon 5385 262 1079 nlemmon Reception Assistant to the Chair Trish Rentner 5351 262 1204 rentner Department Manager Sue Gallagher 5357 263 6759 gallagsd Building Manager Roger Vogts 1305 262 0286 roger vogts wisc edu Payroll Benefits Susan SueM Schiltz unclassified payroll benefits Giles Hietpas student and University Staff payroll 5373 890 4538 hiring cs wisc edu Travel Related Issues Giles Hietpas 5355 890 2886 travel cs wisc edu Grants Pre award post award funding issues and changes etc Tae Kidd pre award primary contact Larisa Roberts

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  • Upcoming Events | UW-Madison Computer Sciences Department
    called the Virtual Environment for Reactor Applications VERA that integrates simulation capabilities for key physical phenomena for pressurized Read More Theory Seminar Local Computation Mechanism Design Friday February 26 2016 2 00pm Shai Vardi Tel Aviv University We introduce the notion of Local Computation Mechanism Design designing game theoretic mechanisms that run in sublinear time and space Local computation mechanisms reply to each query efficiently and the replies to different queries are consistent with the same global feasible solution We present local computation mechanisms in a variety of classical game theoretical settings focusing on stable matching We show that some of our techniques have implications to the global setting specifically we show that when the men s preference lists are bounded we can achieve an Read More Architecture Seminar Series Revisiting Virtual L1 Caches A Practical Design Using Dynamic Synonym Remapping Tuesday March 1 2016 4 00pm to 4 30pm Hongil Yoon UW Madison ABSTRACT Virtual caches have potentially lower access latency and energy consumption than physical caches because they do not consult the TLB prior to cache access However they have not been popular in commercial designs The crux of the problem is the possibility of synonyms This paper makes several empirical observations about the temporal characteristics of synonyms especially in caches of sizes that are typical of L1 caches By leveraging these observations the paper proposes a practical design of an L1 virtual cache that 1 dynamically decides a unique virtual Read More Architecture Seminar Series Pushing the Limits of Accelerator Efficiency While Retaining Programmability Tuesday March 1 2016 4 30pm to 5 00pm Vinay Gangadhar UW Madison The waning benefits of device scaling have caused a push towards domain specific accelerators DSAs which sacrifice programmability for efficiency While providing huge benefits DSAs are prone to obsoletion due to domain volatility have recurring design and verification costs and have large area footprints when multiple DSAs are required in a single device Because of the benefits of generality this work explores how far a programmable architecture can be pushed and whether it can come close to the performance energy and area efficiency of a DSA based approach Our insight Read More Welcome Weekend Friday March 4 2016 8 00am to Saturday March 5 2016 5 00pm Code Chix Career Panel Discussion A day in the life of a female computer science professional Tuesday March 8 2016 6 30pm to 8 30pm Nicole Randolph Heather Matonock Gina Meronek Martha Ferris Wisconsin Interactive Network B Cycle Epic This panel is designed to help undergraduate female computer science majors imagine a career in the Information Technology profession Listen to a panel of experts real Madison women who are working in the technology field tell their personal stories Why did they enter the IT field What do they like about it What do they dislike How did they get to where they are now Audience participants will have a chance to ask questions like How did your education prepare you for your career

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  • Feature Articles | UW-Madison Computer Sciences Department
    endows new faculty associate positions 12 8 2015 D Antoni joins programming languages group strives to improve programmers efficiency 11 25 2015 Lubars gift helps strengthen expand UW Madison Computer Sciences 11 16 2015 Professor Emeritus Landweber an Internet pioneer encourages risk taking 9 28 2015 Mohit Gupta brings holistic approach to computer vision 9 24 2015 Endowed chair created by Rakesh Agrawal and family honors a valued mentor 9

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  • News | UW-Madison Computer Sciences Department
    July 30 2015 Prof Jha honored for fundamental contributions to computer aided verification June 18 2015 Prof Reps named J Barkley Rosser Professor June 4 2015 Graduate student honored as part of 2015 Discovery Challenge May 13 2015 2015 Departmental award winners announced May 4 2015 Nigam honored for entrpreneurial vision April 10 2015 Prof Sohi selected as Vilas Research Professor March 11 2015 HCI researchers commended Prof David Page selected for the Kellett Mid Career Award February 26 2015 Ph D student receives Google Fellowship February 23 2015 Prof Ristenpart named Alfred P Sloan Fellow January 29 2015 Alumnus wins Maurice Wilkes Award January 28 2015 Prof Zhu wins AAAI 2015 Blue Sky Ideas Prize January 6 2015 Graduate student awarded scholarship to attend SIGCSE December 18 2014 Undergraduate recognized by CRA for outstanding research December 15 2014 Professors Barford and Jha named ACM Distinguished Scientists December 10 2014 Badger researchers win Best Short Paper award at CoNext 2014 December 3 2014 UW researchers honored for applied networking research November 13 2014 UW teams stand out at ICPC regional competition Alumus awarded InfoSys Prize 2014 October 7 2014 Prof Akella honored as SIGCOMM Rising Star September 29 2014 Undergraduate awarded Igniter grant September 9 2014 Ph D student wins VMWare Fellowship August 20 2014 Prof Cai awarded a Steenbock Professorship UW researchers awarded at USENIX Security 14 August 5 2014 CS alumna honored for outreach to area youth Professor s company acquired by ComScore July 31 2014 Professor Sohi honored as Distinguished Alumnus of BITS Pilani July 14 2014 Graduate students win Best Paper at SIGMOD July 7 2014 In Memoriam Professor Susan B Horwitz June 26 2014 Alumnus featured in WIRED June 24 2014 Two graduate students awarded Google Fellowships June 20 2014 Alumnus wins Maurice Wilkes Award

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  • Employment | UW-Madison Computer Sciences Department
    We regret UW Madison Computer Sciences is not hiring tenure track faculty in academic year 2015 16 We expect to resume hiring in 2016 17 Staff openings unclassified academic staff and classified staff Instructional Program Manager To ensure consideration apply by March 3 2016 See the full posting here The Center for High Throughput Computing in the Department of Computer Sciences frequently has open academic staff positions to perform support

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