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The College of Computing and Informatics is committed to being the recognized leader for competitive, innovative, and market-responsive computing and informatics education. Through this commitment, the College will continue to develop focused, trend-setting research excellence with national and international recognition, and be recognized as the leader and go-to place for partnerships and collaborations.

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Computer Visualization for the medical industry
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The Astrojumper Project

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RENCI (The Renaissance Computing Institute) at UNC-Chapel Hill, UNC Charlotte and North Carolina State University will develop advanced technologies and solutions that will position North Carolina as a leader in data science research and applied data analytics and will enable university researchers and business practitioners to use big data to manage risks, gain knowledge, and compete in the global economy.

Experts explain how falling costs, easier collection methods, and better analytic tools are making big data a true competitive edge for companies big and small.

The Students & Technology in Academia, Research & Service (STARS) Computing Corps at UNC Charlotte has been awarded $1,000 through the National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT) Student Seed Fund to promote their mission to broaden participation of underrepresented groups in computing.

A major transformation is underway and that affects every business in Charlotte. Companies ranging from Belk to Bank of America are finding a “New IT” – one that has moved from the backroom to the forefront, employing more information workers across the company.