Moshe Vardi lecture to focus on tech's impact on society.
Kirk Talbott '93 loves solving problems. As CIO for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, he does just that.
Cooper, the L. John and Ann H. Doerr Chair in Computational Engineering, will lead Rice's computational and applied mathematics department, effective Jan. 7.
Computer scientist recognized for her contributions in robotics and biomedical informatics.
Sarah Hooper '17 uses her electrical engineering and computer science know-how to help find solutions to some of the worldâ€™s most pressing health issues.
Monica L. Visinsky's childhood dream of becoming an astronaut didn't work out, but now the Rice alumna supports astronauts as an engineer for Oceaneering Space Systems.
Michael 'Fuzzy' Mauldin (CS '81) came to Rice to help him find a career; then he invented Lycos.
Rice computer scientist Todd Treangen's study finds growth of genomic databases affects species accuracy.