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Added 9/7/2017 —

Ph.D. student Shaden Smith has received a 2017 ACM/IEEE-CS George Michael Memorial High Performance Computing Fellowship.

Smith along with DTC professor George Karypis receive Distinguished Paper Award at Euro-PAR 2017 for "Accelerating the Tucker Decomposition with Compressed Sparse Tensors." More on Smith

Added 8/23/2017 —

Yanning Shen (ECE PhD student in DTC supervised by Prof. Giannakis) has been invited to attend the Rising Stars 2017 Workshop scheduled to take place at Stanford University, Nov. 7, 2017. More

Added 8/23/2017 —

Dr. Athanasios Nikolakopoulos, a Research Associate of DTC, won the Best Paper Award at the IEEE International Conference on Big Knowledge (IEEE ICBK’17), Hefei, China, Aug.7-9, 2017. More

Added 8/17/2017 —

Gang Wang Wins Best Student Paper Award in EUSIPCO’17. More on Gang Wang

Added 4/13/2017 — Digital Technology Initiative Seed Grants. Submission deadline is May 14 2017. More

Added 11/26/2016 —

Engineering Professor Georgios Giannakis awarded prestigious McKnight Presidential Endowed Chair. More on Giannakis

Added 10/28/2016 —

Dean of College of Science & Engineering Mukasa visits the Digital Technology Center for an overview and series of presentations on current research. More

Added 9/28/2016 —

Professor Nikolaos Papanikolopoulos Awarded Prestigious McKnight Professorship. More

Added 9/28/2016 —

DTC researcher Evangelia Christakopoulou and Professor George Karypis received the best paper award at the 10th ACM Conference on Recommender Systems. More

Added 4/13/2016 —

Professor Karypis has been selected as a recipient of the Distinguished McKnight University Professorship. This honor recognizes outstanding faculty members who have recently achieved full professor status. More.

Professors George Karypis, Joseph Konstan, John Riedl (posthumous), and former University of Minnesota Ph.D. student Badrul Sarwar, a 2001 Ph.D. graduate and current LinkedIn scientist, will receive the prestigious award for their paper entitled “Item-based collaborative filtering recommendation algorithms,” which was presented at the International World Wide Web Conference in 2001. The research is now regarded as the pioneering scholarly reference for recommender systems. More on Karypis