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Rocky Mountain Celebration of Women in Computing (RMCWiC)

The University of Wyoming is Hosting the third Rocky Mountain Celebration of Women in Computing (RMCWiC on October 23-25th.  The goal of RMCWiC is to encourage the career interests of women in computing and is attended by both men and women from Computer Science Departments in Colorado and Wyoming.

This year's RMCWiC will be October 23-25th
Hilton Garden Inn & University of Wyoming Conference Center
Laramie, WY
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UW Researchers Publish on Creative Thinking in Robots

UW Researchers Publish on Creative Thinking in Robots

Jeff Clune and his students are not only getting robots to think, but to think creatively. “The long-term goal is to build robots as nimble as natural animals, like hawks and jaguars, and as smart as humans,” says Clune, a University of Wyoming associate professor in the Department of Computer Science. “

Playing with Robots

Playing With Robots

UW professors welcome Laramie’s middle and high school students to play with robots and learn math, science and programming in the process.

UW Doctoral Student Researches How Robots Learn General Skills

UW Doctoral Student Researches How Robots Learn General Skills

To understand ourselves better, Roby Velez researches how robots learn general skills that help them explore their environment.

Doctoral Student from Netherlands Studies How to Evolve Artificial Brains to Mimic Those in Animals

Doctoral Student from Netherlands Studies How to Evolve Artificial Brains to Mimic Those in Animals

Joost Huizinga watches the six-legged “spider bot” he created scuttle across his computer screen. At first, it wobbles and walks unsteadily as it attempts to gobble up green-shaped pyramids that denote food.

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Students Create Computer Model to Determine Surface Shade and Measure Snowmelt in Colorado River Basin

December 12, 2013 — In an attempt to measure snowmelt in a mountainous region northwest of Boulder, Colo., two University of Wyoming students are determining surface shade through a computer model they’ve created. They hope their high-performance computing research eventually can be scaled up for use on Mount Moran, UW’s high-performance computing cluster, and be a useful tool for modeling solar radiation for the entire Upper Colorado River Basin.

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Best Overall Video at AAAI 2014

Joost Huizinga, Jean-Baptiste Mouret, and Jeff Clune win Best Overall Video at AAAI 2014 for their video "Evolving Neural Networks That Are Both Modular and Regular.”

Art in a Virtual World

UW computer scientist Amy Banic assists Dennis Beck of Lovell during a class that exposes students to a whole new world of capabilities based on their own creative instincts.

Artificial Intelligence Lab at UW

Artificial Intelligence Lab at UW
Dr. Jeff Clune from the Department of Computer Science discusses the Evolving Artificial Intelligence Lab at UW - produced for the Front Range Consortium on Research Computing

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