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FairVis is Helping Data Scientists Discover Societal Biases in their Machine Learning Models

Researchers present FairVis - a visual analytics system that enables discovery of user subgroups to discover bias in machine learning models.

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Peter S. Dodds

IDEaS Co-hosts Its First Distinguished Visitor

Peter S. Dodds visits Georgia Tech for two weeks in November.

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HPC Framework Blocks May Instigate a New Era of Accessibility for Software Engineers

CSE Professor Ümit Çatalyürek receives NSF grant to develop a framework that facilitates simpler programming of scalable parallel systems in high-performance computing (HPC) and exascale machines.

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Asynchronous Methods for HPC

New Tricks for an Old Technique: Asynchronous Methods for Exascale Computing

CSE researchers present a new perspective on applying asynchronous methods to combat bottlenecks in exascale computing.

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CRNCH Dominates at ARM Research Summit

The Center for Research into Novel Computing Hierarchies (CRNCH) had a strong showing at the 2019 ARM Research Summit.

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In Memoriam: Scholarship Honors Alumnus Sanat Moningi

College of Computing announces the Sanat Moningi Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship, worth $4,000, will support a student who shares Sanat’s commitment to hard work and community.

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Georgia Tech Researchers Set to Receive Two Innovation Awards at HPEC’19

CSE leads this year's presence at HPEC 2019 and Ph.D student Abdurrahman Yasar is set to receive two innovation awards for GraphChallenge submissions.

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Students Become Professors

Graduates Pursue Careers in Academia with Tenure-track Positions and Encourage Others to Follow

Four Ph.D. graduates receive tenure-track positions at various universities across the globe in 2020.

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Kasimir Gabert

Meet CSE: Kasimir Gabert Explores Central Relationships in Data and Delicious Relationships in Food

CSE Ph.D. Student Kasimir Gabert tells us a little bit about himself, his hobbies, and the importance of nuclei decompositions.

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