When the world's third-largest oilfield services company needed new software to better manage data on drilling projects, they gave the assignment to a group of UH students.
With the help of state-of-the-art hardware donated by Texas Instruments, a new course is teaching students how to program real-world heterogeneous multicore platforms with embedded DSPs and compute accelerators.
Spring Career Fair Draws 28 Companies
Computer Science students make career connections.
UH Computer Science Gets Homeland Security Funding to Fight Bioterror
Focus of research on making biochemical threat detection economically sustainable.
New Supercomputer Allows for Massive Data Analysis in Less Time
UH Center for Advanced Computing and Data Systems acquires powerful cluster.