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January

Computer and Computational Science at Los Alamos National Labs "Where we are and some thoughts for the future"
January 27, 2005

Welcome Back!
January 18, 2005

Rory McGuire Receives CRA Honorable Mention
January 7, 2005

Scholarship and Mentoring Opportunities
January 5, 2005

February

Intelligent and Agile DNA Molecules
February 21, 2005

Biologically inspired approaches to computer security
February 10, 2005

Power Law Paper Accepted
February 10, 2005

Strip Mining the Sky
February 1, 2005

March

"Can We Avoid Catastrophic Failures of Computer Networks?"
March 31, 2005

Discovering and Debugging Algebraic Specifications for Java Classes
March 22, 2005

Large Scale Optimization Algorithms for Homeland Security Applications
March 10, 2005

Got Tutor?
March 7, 2005

1st CS UNM Student Conference Happens Friday, March 4th, 2005
March 4, 2005

Preferences and Domination
March 3, 2005

Proving Termination Automatically By Dependency Pairs
March 1, 2005

April

CS Tech Report Earns Clauset Trip to Nation's Capital
April 30, 2005

Progress in Functional Neuroimaging
April 28, 2005

Neuroimaging at the MIND Institute
April 26, 2005

Combining Decision Procedures for Sorted Theories
April 19, 2005

Fast Algorithms for Support Vector Machines
April 5, 2005

May

Sushmita Roy Wins Biocomputing Award
May 16, 2005

New Mexico Information Technology Fellowship Launched
May 9, 2005

Professor Darko Stefanovic Named Regent's Lecturer
May 6, 2005

June

Self-Reference in Computer Science
June 22, 2005

August

Hiding Satisfying Assignments: Two are Better than One
August 25, 2005

Welcome Back!
August 22, 2005

Importing Realism into Computer Graphics
August 10, 2005

September

ARTS Lab
September 29, 2005

Survey says: Computer Science Best Career Path
September 29, 2005

Implementation issues in coupling a logic programming system with a database system
September 22, 2005

Secure Algorithms and Data Structures for Massive Networks
September 15, 2005

Stephanie Forrest to Become CS Dept. Chair
September 15, 2005

Diagnosis Using a First-Order Stochastic Language That Learns
September 13, 2005

Decision Procedures For Sets
September 1, 2005

October

Activating Artificial Immune Systems
October 27, 2005

Problems in Image and Signal Processing, and Human Computer Interaction
October 25, 2005

A Prototype 4D IMAT Planning System with Patient Motion and Gantry Rotation Synchronization
October 25, 2005

What's Going On With Federal Funding for Computing Research and Words from My Sponsor
October 20, 2005

CS Alumni Derek Smith Published in Science Again
October 19, 2005

Techniques and Tools for Easier Development of Correct and Efficient Programs
October 18, 2005

Scale Invariance in Global Terrorism
October 11, 2005

Deoxyribozyme logic achievements and perspective
October 6, 2005

November

Raising Red Storm
November 22, 2005

Permissive Interfaces
November 17, 2005

Local Media Interviews Prof. Ed Angel about ARTS Lab
November 14, 2005

Lightweight Approaches in the Development of Systems Software for Large Scale Systems
November 10, 2005

Kitchen Sink System Software, or Why Xen, like Linux, doesn't solve HEC OS problems
November 10, 2005

CS Department Hires New Professor: Melanie Moses
November 4, 2005

Diversity, outside look on an inside perspective- A conference experience
November 1, 2005

December

Aaron Clauset Speaks at SOE Convocation
December 8, 2005

Algorithmic Determination of Flexibility Using Resultants
December 1, 2005

A Machine-Checked Model for a Java-Like Language, Virtual Machine and Compiler
December 1, 2005