National Suicide Prevention Month Resources
September, 17 2020
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September is National Suicide Prevention Month. For information and resources, check out http://cswomen.byu.edu/help-for-students-in-crisis/.

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COVID-19 Policy
August, 24 2020
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The following policy will help employees and students to remain safe as we deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Infectious diseases, such as COVID-19, can have a huge impact on you and on those that work and study around you. In an effort to reduce that impact we will be strictly following the guidance and policies of the university and of the government. University and government (both State and County) policies are continually being updated, and those policies and requirements will always supersede the department policy outlined below. We will do our best to keep this document current, but intentionally do not exhaustively repeat the university/government policies here.

You have primary responsibility for protecting your well-being; don’t put yourself in a situation that is unsafe, especially if you are part of a risk group. If you are not at a high risk yourself, please show courtesy toward others who may be at greater risk, especially since you can spread the disease while being asymptomatic.
Age-Suitability Prediction for Literature Using Deep Neural Networks
July, 17 2020
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Eric Brewer MS Thesis Defense July 22nd at 1:00 PM via Zoom Advisor: Dennis Ng
ZipperOTF: Automatic, Precise, and Simple Data Race Detection for Task Parallel Programs with Mutual Exclusion
July, 17 2020
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Sheridan Jacob Powell MS Thesis Defense July 29th at 2:00 PM via Zoom Advisor: Eric Mercer
Facing the Hard Problems in FGVC
June, 25 2020
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Connor Anderson MS Thesis Defense/PhD Qualifying Process

Connor Anderson MS Thesis Defense/PhD Qualifying Process July 10th at 10:00 AM via Zoom Advisor: Ryan Farrell
Vulnerability Analysis of Infrastructure Systems
June, 10 2020
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Sean Lane MS Thesis Defense

Sean Lane MS Thesis Defense June 25th at 3:00 PM via Zoom Advisor: Sean Warnick
Towards Cooperating in Repeated Interactions Without Repeating Structure
June, 04 2020
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Huy Pham MS Defense

Huy Pham MS Defense June 10th at 9:30 AM via Zoom Advisor: Jacob Crandall
Multi-objective Intent-based Path Planning for Robots for Static and Dynamic Environments
May, 20 2020
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Meher Shaikh PhD Dissertation Defense June 4th at 11:00 AM via Zoom Advisor: Mike Goodrich
BYU animation program winning awards despite canceled film festivals, lack of funding
May, 12 2020
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Animated film festivals are going the way of other social gatherings — most are indefinitely

postponed or canceled — but that hasn’t stopped the BYU animation program from winning

awards.

The Game Developers festival was canceled, but Intel University Game competition was broadcasted online. BYU took home the top two prizes for the 2020 showcase
Congratulations!
April, 22 2020
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Even though the current circumstances do not allow us all to gather on BYU campus for your graduation, we still will each gather in our own places across the globe to celebrate with you on this momentous occasion.

Congratulations 2019-2020 Computer Science graduates!!!
COVID-19 Update
March, 26 2020
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If you need help from the CS Department Office please contact us by email: csoffice@cs.byu.edu , as we are now working from home during our office hours.

Updated April 1, 2020
Colloquium presented by Porter Jenkins
March, 09 2020
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Colloquium presented by Scott McCrickard
Thursday, March 19th at 11:00 AM
in 1170 TMCB
Host: Mike Jones

Colloquium presented by Scott McCrickard Thursday, March 19th at 11:00 AM in 1170 TMCB Host: Mike Jones
Colloquium presented by Scott McCrickard
March, 09 2020
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Thursday, March 12th at 11:00 AM
in 1170 TMCB

Host: Mike Jones
Understanding Human Behavior for Robotic Assistance and Collaboration
January, 01 2020
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Thursday, January 9th at 11:00 am
in 1170 TMCB
Host: Jacob Crandall

Colloquium presented by Henny Admoni
Water Animation Gets Easier Thanks to BYU Professors
December, 04 2019
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Water animation gets easier thanks to BYU professors

Water animation gets easier thanks to BYU professors
Semantically Aligned Sentence-Level Embeddings for Autonomy
July, 22 2019
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Nancy Fulda
PhD Dissertation Defense
July 31, 2019 at 11:00 am
3350 TMCB
Advisor: David Wingate

Semantically Aligned Sentence-Level Embeddings for Autonomy Nancy Fulda PhD Dissertation Defense
Quite the Characters
March, 01 2019
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You probably won't hear BYU animation students shouting, "We're No. 1!" but we'll shout it for them. Animation Career Review named BYU's animation bachelor of science program the best in the country.

Animation Career Review named BYU's animation bachelor of science program the best in the country.