Nikhil Bansal named Fellow of the ACMThis honor recognizes Bansal’s contributions to and excellence in theoretical computer science.
Five papers by CSE researchers presented at STOC 2023Three CSE faculty have authored papers being presented at the conference on topics ranging from length-constrained computing flows to graph connectivity problems.
Explore CS Research year-long effort concludes with poster sessionDesigned to engage students in research, this year’s program has included workshops, panel sessions, and – of course – research!
CSE theory researchers co-author seven papers at IEEE FOCS 2022The papers represented work by seven U-M researchers at one of the leading theoretical computing conferences in the world.
Nikhil Bansal invited to International Congress of MathematiciansBansal discussed recent developments in algorithmic approaches to discrepancy theory, a subfield of combinatorics with several applications in mathematics and computer science.
CSE researchers present six papers at STOC 2022The papers represented work by six U-M researchers at the leading general theoretical computing conference in the world.
Algorithms, a random walk: A conversation with Nikhil BansalBansal is known for his use of a broad mathematical toolset to find algorithmic solutions to problems once thought unsolvable.
CSE welcomes new faculty for academic year 2021/22Meet the new arrivals.
Nikhil Bansal to join CSE as Patrick C. Fischer Professor of Theoretical Computer ScienceBansal is a leading researcher in the design and analysis of algorithms.