Department News

Welcome Jo-na Hunt, Sr. Grants & Contracts Analyst!

July 14, 2021

Jo-na Hunt has joined the departmental staff as a Sr. Grants & Contracts Analyst. She supports faculty sponsored research and manages other financial and administrative activities. She joined the Department of Computer Science in July after transferring from the Department of Hematology in the School of Medicine where she worked since 2017. Prior to that, […]

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Engineering course showcases latest health care research

July 1, 2021

On May 6, students in the Computer Integrated Surgery II course demonstrated their final projects during a virtual showcase and competition. Eighteen teams presented their multidisciplinary research to Johns Hopkins faculty, mentors, staff, and peers. The course is offered by Johns Hopkins Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics (LCSR). All the research projects have a […]

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CS’s Revelie Niles receives the 2021 WSE Excellence Award

June 25, 2021

Congratulations to Revelie Niles, Academic Program Administrator, Department of Computer Science, on receiving the Excellence Award. The Whiting School of Engineering’s annual Staff Recognition Awards provides colleagues and leadership an opportunity to recognize the hardworking and talented staff who advance WSE’s mission, who demonstrate superior leadership, and who motivate and inspire those around them. The […]

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Congratulations to the Class of 2021!

June 24, 2021

On Thursday, May 27, 2021, Johns Hopkins University held its annual commencement at the Homewood Campus.  This year’s commencement was a graduate-only, in-person ceremony, based on public health guidance and state and local regulations. The 2021 class was the largest graduating class in department history. The Department of Computer Science awarded 92 degrees to CS […]

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Popular Deep Learning course goes beyond the fundamentals

June 8, 2021

Innovations in artificial neural networks are driving new opportunities in deep learning. Because it powers so many machine learning uses, like self-driving vehicles, chatbots, and medical diagnostics, deep learning skills are in high demand in today’s workforce. Johns Hopkins students are ready to break into the field thanks to “Machine Learning: Deep Learning,” a course […]

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