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You are not afraid to think outside your comfort zone and stick with a problem until you find a solution. We’ll help prepare you to be a collaborator, an algorithmic thinker, and a data-fluent innovator who will thrive in a rapidly changing field.

The Department of Computer Science and Statistics provides a supportive, well-integrated center of multidisciplinary learning and research. Our faculty integrate computer science, statistics, data science, and cybersecurity while reaching beyond departmental boundaries to collaborate with scientists, artists, health care researchers, historians, and engineers across the colleges at URI. Our students grow as professionals, scholars, and citizens because they receive a strong foundation and hands-on experience in the field.

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International Computer Science Program student, Richard Burke standing in front of the Brandenburg gate during his year abroad in Germany

Announcements and Jobs

  • Basheer Qolomany, “The Role of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Complex Systems” (4/24/2023) - When: Friday, April 28, 2:00 PM Where: CBLS 100 Who: Basheer Qolomany, University of Nebraska at Kearney The Role of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Complex Systems Abstract: Current methods for diagnosing PAD require specialized vascular laboratory tests and do not allow natural environment detection, monitoring, or management of chronic PAD disease. The research […]
  • Shaun Wallace, “Human-Centric Systems for Quality Data” (4/17/2023) - When: Wednesday, April 19, 10:00 am Where: Ranger 208 Abstract: Information is often interpreted through tools, recently AI tools which sit closer to the user than the source information. From ChatGPT to instant answers on Google search and voice services on Siri and Alexa, these tools are only as good as their sources, especially for […]
  • New England Computer Science Teachers Association Conference (3/21/2023) - The New England chapter of the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) is coming to UConn at Storrs on October 20, 2023. Educators of all grade levels, including post-secondary, education leaders, library media specialists, administrators, coaches, school counselors, and researchers are welcome to join in the fun! We will focus on BUILDING CS PATHWAYS. Keynote speakers […]