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UNT students seeking to gain experience in mobile applications development will soon have a new resource to find project ideas. The App Development Incubator will bring students, multi-disciplinary faculty, and industry together to learn about app development while creating real-world software....
A New York Times column on computers and humor recognition mentions research by Rada Mihalcea, Associate Professor with the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, on computational models for humor recognition or generation. Read the NYT column on her work, "Making Computers Laugh:...
Since 2010, Research In Motion (RIM), best known for revolutionizing wireless communication with the introduction of the BlackBerry, has provided UNT's College of Engineering with funding to support undergraduate and graduate scholarships and research projects. Jennifer Williams is a...
A nearly $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation will provide scholarships for doctoral students to study cyber security and information assurance in UNT’s College of Engineering, College of Business and College of Information. The new program builds on UNT’s leadership as one of only...