Professor of the Practice Positions in Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, invites applications and nominations for a Professor of the Practice position starting in July 2020.
Tenure-Track Faculty Positions in Computer Science
The Department of Computer Science at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, invites applications and nominations for three tenure-track or tenured faculty positions and one additional joint position between Computer Science and another department to begin in July 2020. The areas of particular interest are: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, and Computer Systems (broadly defined) and Security.
Duke CS Faculty Meet with Duke Learning Innovation to Design Courses
Several Duke Computer Science faculty members redesigned their courses and learned from each other's teaching experiences during a Duke Learning Innovation session this summer. Faculty participants explored research-supported, interactive teaching practices and innovative ideas around facilitating group work, holding students to seven programming steps, and helping them to think through problems.Read More
New "Protein Design by Provable Algorithms" Article by Bruce Donald and Mark Hallen Published in the Communications of the ACM
Published in the Oct. 2019 Communications of the ACM (CACM), the new review article "Protein Design by Provable Algorithms" by Bruce Donald and Mark Hallen explores designing synthetic proteins to suit our biomedical and industrial needs by using mathematically provable algorithms such as those included in OSPREY, the Donald Laboratory’s open-source suite of molecular design software.Read More
Duke Computer Science Researchers Win $1.5M NSF Award
A Duke University team led by professor of statistical science, mathematics and computer science Sayan Mukherjee won a $1.5 million dollar grant, making Duke a National Science Foundation center for data/statistical science. Co-principal investigators include professors Cynthia Rudin, Robert Calderbank, Jianfeng Lu, and Rong Ge.Read More
CS student Justin Sherman discusses Duke's interdisciplinary aspects
Computer science student Justin Sherman talks about how Duke's interdisciplinary aspects make it the best place to mesh his academic interests in computer science with literature and also political science.Read More