New Demoshop software, created by the Johns Hopkins Intuitive Computing Laboratory, makes it easier to teach robots to help in the workplace.
Computer scientists Alan Liu and Vladimir Braverman have developed a new strategy for managing traffic to websites that has been adopted by the Intel software stack, which powers millions of websites all over the world.
When Charlie Neuhauser’s graduate advisor at Northwestern University, Mike Flynn, called to say he was helping establish a new department of computer science at Johns Hopkins in the early 1970s, Neuhauser was immediately on board. “I packed up my car and drove to Baltimore,” remembers Neuhauser, who completed his PhD in electrical engineering and computer […]
A team of Clark Scholars has developed a wearable device that can relay a soldier’s vitals to combat medics, making it easier to determine who needs medical attention most urgently
Dense metro areas like New York City and Los Angeles were among the hardest hit in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. But it wasn’t long before the disease moved beyond urbanized regions and inundated America’s small towns. To simulate how COVID-19 spreads through smaller communities and how interventions such as vaccinations and mask-wearing […]
Sara Catherine Weill ’21 and Jonathan Prokos have been named 2021 Gerald M. Masson Fellows. Established in 2018 to honor the Department of Computer Science’s inaugural chair and founding director of the JHU Information Security Institute, these fellowships aim to encourage computer science undergraduates who have been accepted into The Combined Bachelor’s/Master’s Program to spend […]