The Department of Computer Science is internationally recognized as a unique group of faculty, visiting researchers, students and educational programs, which provide a world-class research environment that goes well beyond the core areas of computer science. Our curricula, faculty and research areas focus on an array of topics, including algorithms and complexity; artificial intelligence and machine learning; biomedical informatics and computational biology; computer architecture and design; computer graphics and visualization; computer vision; databases and data mining; embedded systems; medical informatics; multimedia computing; networks and distributed systems; operating systems; programming languages and systems; scientific and numerical computing; security, privacy and cryptography; and software engineering.
UCI Computer Science M.S. and Ph.D. programs are considering making the GRE scores optional for Fall ’21 applicants. This proposed change is now under review. Applicants with current/valid GRE scores are encouraged to submit them. However, *all* applicants — including those who have not taken the GRE or whose GRE scores have expired — are advised to submit additional material that complements their overall application. Examples include, but are not limited to: capstone projects, design portfolios, links to GitHub profile, research papers submitted and/or published, links to internship projects as well as patents and patent applications.
UCI’s Department of Computer Science is seeking exceptional candidates for multiple tenured/tenure-track Professor positions and part-time lecturer positions. A detailed description of each position, and application instructions, can be found here.
Recruitment Alert: ICS is looking for qualified midcareer professors, such as advanced assistant professors or tenured associate to early full professors, as part of our Midcareer Professor Hiring Initiative. Apply Online!
The CS department is inviting applications for a “Professor of Teaching in Computer Science” faculty position with security of employment. This position parallels the tenure track faculty research series starting in academic year 2017-2018.
Distinguished Lecture Series
Join us in Donald Bren Hall 6011 for this free lecture series, which is sponsored by the Department of Computer Science. more information »
May 12, 2017Renée J. Miller
Professor of Computer Science, UNiversity of Toronto
Donald Bren Hall, Room 6011
11:00am – 12:00pm“Evaluating Data Integration and Data Curation Systems” Abstract/Bio