Computing

Introducing the first tenure-track computing professor in 10 years

As the first tenure-track professor hired into the School of Computing this decade, Farhana Zulkernine’s appointment has been a long time coming.Continue...

Agreement allows computing students to transfer between Queen’s and Dubai

With the signing of a new agreement between Queen’s and the Canadian University of Dubai (CUD), a strange equation may find two plus two equalling 20.Continue...

School of Computing to hire first tenure-track professor in 10 years

Max Garcia loves the Denver Broncos, and earlier this year he watched them win the highest accolade in the NFL. For him, that kind of joy isn’t easily topped.Continue...

Students, staff and faculty raise thousands of dollars in memory of late professor

In wake of Professor Roger Browse’s death, Zac Baum, ArtSci ’17, decided to set up a Tilt page to collect funds in his memory from students and alumni. The funds will be used to purchase a bench in Browse’s name.Continue...

Two new inventions released by Human Media Lab

Douglas Library has long been hailed as the “Harry Potter” room on campus: however, the Human Media Lab (HML) just took Queen’s one step further, with moving photographs and magic wands.Continue...

Don’t value efficiency over creativity

Your company is after a new look. But instead of consulting a design firm, you decide to try out a new computer program. Within minutes, your company is presented with a complete redesign pitch, neatly crafted to the meet current trends.Continue...

Cutting edge creativity

If you combine arts with computing, you get cutting-edge creativity.Continue...