Spotlights from Computer Science in Washington, D.C., Area
Redirect ItemSanghani Center Student Spotlight: Po-Han Chen , redirect
Po-Han Chen, a master’s degree student in computer science, was on the research team for the paper, “RISECURE: Metro Incidents And Threat Detection Using Social Media,” that appeared in the proceedings of the 2020 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining (ASONAM) held virtually in December.
Redirect ItemNew master's degree for Innovation Campus , redirect
The master’s of engineering degree in computer science is designed to prepare graduates for mid-level and advanced positions in industries related to computing technology.
Redirect ItemDAC Student Spotlight: Akshita Jha , redirect
Akshita Jha’s primary research focuses on how to prevent automated machine learning models from exacerbating existing biases. What Jha likes best about being a student at the Discovery Analytics Center is the opportunity for discussions with other Ph.D. students on different research topics.
News and Events
Redirect Item$10M GIFT WILL HELP FUEL DISCOVERIES AT INNOVATION CAMPUS , redirect
Virginia Tech’s growing impact in the greater Washington, D.C., metro area will receive a significant boost thanks to a multimillion-dollar gift from Octo founder and CEO Mehul Sanghani ’98 and his wife, Hema Sanghani ’99.
General ItemClass Schedule Spring 2021
Classes begin on January 19 (All courses to be held virtually, regardless of instruction method on schedule.)
General ItemLarissa Basso awarded 2020-2021 Dean’s Diversity Assistantship from Virginia Tech Graduate School
The former U.S. Army healthcare sergeant and recent graduate of The George Washington University will pursue a master’s degree in computer science at Virginia Tech.