Greg Bodwin wins Best Paper Award at SOSA 2024The award recognizes Bodwin’s research on light graph spanners, used to design more efficient networks.
Seven papers by CSE researchers presented at FOCS 2023The papers authored by CSE researchers appearing at the conference cover a range of topics across theoretical computer science.
Greg Bodwin named Morris Wellman ProfessorBodwin’s research centers around graph theory, combinatorics, and theoretical computer science.
Explore CS Research year-long effort concludes with poster sessionDesigned to engage students in research, this year’s program has included workshops, panel sessions, and – of course – research!
“My professors at U-M helped me feel more at home” — finding your place as a transfer studentCS student Taras Palczynski discusses his experience as a transfer student, exploring work for his Honors thesis, and founding clubs for students outside of the classroom.
CSE theory researchers co-author seven papers at IEEE FOCS 2022The papers represented work by seven U-M researchers at one of the leading theoretical computing conferences in the world.
NSF Award to streamline graph analysis of large networksProf. Greg Bodwin plans to explore the utility of graph sketching, a more cost-effective and energy efficient analysis method of network graph analysis.
Solution for restoring faulty graphs earns best paper awardProf. Greg Bodwin has devised a solution to an important open question in graph theory that offers promising new options for repairing and constructing resilient networks.
Eleven new faculty hired in CSE in 2020
Meet the new arrivals.