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Professor Peter Richtarik Promoted to Full Professor

Jul 01, 2019

We are happy to announce Prof. Peter Richtarik has been promoted to the rank of Professor effective July 2019. Congratulations!

Student Focus | Adel Bibi

Mar 19, 2019

KAUST Ph.D. student Adel Bibi, who works on bridging the gap between theory and practice in deep learning, believes we're living in a very exciting time.

Professor Ivan Viola Joins the Visual Computing Center

Feb 07, 2019

We are proudly announcing that Professor Ivan Viola has joined VCC as an Associate Professor of Computer Science in November, 2018. He is establishing the Nanovisualization Research Group as a part of the Visual Computing Center.

Professor Helmut Pottmann Returns to Visual Computing Center

Feb 07, 2019

The Visual Computing Center would like to welcome back Professor Helmut Pottmann, a professor of Applied Mathematics and Computational Science (AMCS), who recently rejoined the center in October 2018.

Matthias Mueller Wins the Innovation Award

Feb 06, 2019

Matthias Mueller was awarded the Innovation Award at the WEP Library E-Poster Competition on the poster "Driving Policy Transfer via Modularity and Abstraction".

FalconViz listed among the 9 most promising startups in Saudi Arabia

Feb 03, 2019

FalconViz has been successfully listed among the 9 most promising startups in Saudi Arabia.

KAUST students participate in Europe's leading hackathon event

Jan 03, 2019

Torsten Hädrich and Yan Gong, two KAUST Ph.D. students from the University's Computer, Electrical and Mathematical Science and Engineering division, recently represented KAUST at the 48-hour international hackathon event Junction 2018.

Visualization of brain structures helps to model function

Jan 03, 2019

State-of-the-art techniques and software help researchers recreate cellular brain structures and model biochemical processes that support the brain’s energy demands.