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The School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences is partnering with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)’s Science & Technology Directorate to share how people can access research-oriented and grant funding from the DHS. The …September 28, 2022
The School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences’s People and Robots Laboratory was featured in the new UW–Madison TV spot that debuted during this weekend. The 30-second commercial begins with “Welcome to the University of …September 28, 2022
Bolstered by a $4.3 million investment from the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF), UW–Madison’s research computing hardware is getting a significant upgrade—giving UW researchers the sustained shared infrastructure they need to help them push the bounds …September 27, 2022
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- October 5Wisconsin Robotics Seminar Series: Dr. Kris HauserToward Open-World Robotics1:00 PM, Online
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- October 6CS Faculty/ New CS Grad Student Social4:00 PM, Steenbock's on Orchard, Discovery Building
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Together we make every idea better
We’ve seen exponential growth as demand for skills in computing, data, and information sciences increases across industries. Our departments have seen an extraordinary rise in enrollment in recent years, with many students in dual degree programs.
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From engineering to medicine to agriculture, the overlap between disciplines means that we can provide students opportunities for collaboration and pathways to a wide array of careers in different industries.
Industry Is Born Here
Through partnerships with global companies and opportunities for entrepreneurs and industry to connect, our school fosters the innovative ideas that are a driving force for economic growth in the state of Wisconsin, the country, and the world.
We’re building the future
You can help us build it.
See our plans for a new building to house the School of Computer, Data & Information Sciences – a tech hub that will enable collaboration for students, faculty and business to develop ideas that will shape the future of Wisconsin – and the world.