UW CSE Videos
I Am CSE is a series of short videos, featuring a UW CSE graduate student or faculty member discussing his or her cutting-edge research. In this video, UW CSE graduate student Nicola Dell talks about ODK Scan (Open Data Kit), which enables government, social and health organizations in developing countries to digitize paper forms for better data collection and analysis.
I Am CSE is a series of short videos, featuring a UW CSE graduate student or faculty member discussing his or her cutting-edge research. In this video, UW CSE graduate student Mayank Goel discusses SpiroSmart, a low-cost, smartphone-based platform that analyzes lip reverberation to analyze lung function and monitor pulmonary conditions such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
I Am CSE is a series of short videos, featuring a UW CSE graduate student or faculty member discussing his or her cutting-edge research. In this video, UW CSE professor Maya Cakmak discusses her research in human-robot interaction and programming by demonstration, which enables end-users of general-purpose personal robots to program them with new capabilities.
During fall quarter 2014, CSE’s remarkable Stuart Reges taught both CSE 142 and CSE 143. Reges and his amazing team of 83 undergraduate teaching assistants – more than 45% of whom were women – taught more than 2800 students in CSE 142, and 1800 students in CSE 143.
This course will teach you the basics of robotics and give you implementation experience with a state-of-the-art mobile robot. We will touch on robot motion, navigation, perception, and planning through mini-lectures, labs and assignments, eventually integrating these components to create autonomous robotic functionalities. The goal of your project is to find an everyday object that has traditionally been stationary or human powered and make it mobile and autonomous.
The capstone design courses are the hallmark of computer science & engineering. The capstone design course gives you the freedom to explore your interests, collaborate with other students and use your education to solve real problems. With the capstone experience, you have the skills to thrive after graduation.
This 40 second clip showcases CSE undergraduate and graduate students. Each briefly describes what computer science means to him or her, demonstrating how computing can change the world, change your life, and the value of a CSE education.
This 40 second clip showcases several CSE undergraduate and graduate students. Each briefly describes what computer science means to him/her. Their answers highlight how computing can change the world and the value of a computer science education.
UW CSE's annual Scholarship/Fellowship Recognition Luncheon brings together the generous individuals and corporations whose gifts make scholarships and fellowships available to our students, and the outstanding students who are the beneficiaries of this generosity. At this year's event, graduate student Laurel Orr and undergraduate student Karolina Pyszkiewicz spoke, representing their peers.
In this capstone, the student applies the knowledge gained in the fall quarter to produce a short animated film. Topics include scene planning, digital cinematography, creature and hard surface modeling, animatics and basics of character animation, and rendering techniques.