Department of Information and Computer Sciences


Faculty and Staff


Stephen Itoga and David Pager


ICS faculty in full regalia


The challenge: build a mobile app in a day


POST 318B: The ICS Community Lounge


ICS offers a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate degrees: a BA in Information and Computer Sciences, a BS in Computer Science, a BS in Computer Engineering, an MS in Computer Science, an MLISc in Library and Information Science, and a PhD in Computer Science. We also participate in the interdisciplinary PhD in Communication and Information Sciences. For more information, see the “Academics” menu item.


The department has over 40 faculty members, conducting research in areas including: algorithms, artificial intelligence, biomedical informatics and bioinformatics, computational neuroscience, computer vision, databases, human-computer interaction, networks, robotics, security, software engineering, and visualization. For more information, see the “Research” and “People” menu items.


The ICS Department actively seeks to nurture the local and national high tech communities, and to create opportunities outside of our curriculum for students to develop their professional skills. For more information, see the “Community” menu item.

The mission of the Information and Computer Sciences Department is to nurture a world-class community of students and faculty dedicated to innovative scientific and information-related research and education for the benefit of the participants, Hawaii, the United States, and the world.

ICS Lunch and Seminar Series: John Iacono on 3/16

Thursday, March 16, 12:00pm, POST318B (ICSpace) Subquadratic…

ICS Students Win Big at AT&T Hackathon

ICS students and alumni swept almost all categories, including…

ICS Portfolios features 100+ ICS students

ICS Portfolios (http://ics-portfolios.github.io) is a new service…

Stephani Diep and David Chin Discuss AT&T Hackathon on HNN and KITV

ICS major and former AT&T Hackathon winner, Stephani Diep,…

Scott Robertson Appears on ThinkTech Hawaii

Professor Scott Robertson appeared on ThinkTech Hawaii on March…

Lee Altenberg Publishes in PNAS

  Altenberg, L., Liberman, U., and Feldman, M.W.…

HI-Vision : Hawaiʻi Workshop on Establishing Trans-Pacific Visualization Research & Education Collaboration Networks

On Feb 6-7, 2017, HI-Vision (Hawaiʻi Workshop on Establishing…

ACM Student Chapter Sponsors Teresa Nededog for Wetware Wednesday

The UH Manoa Student Chapter of the Association for Computing…

Grad. Seminar (2/2): Henri Casanova, "Simulating HPC Systems and Applications"

Thursday February 2nd, 4:30-5:30pm in POST 126 Speaker: Henri Casanova Title:…

Professor Susanne Still Highlighted in Quanta Magazine

Professor Susanne Still's research on the energy costs of biological computation…

AT&T Mobile App Hackathon 2017 -- Hawaii

March 10-11, 2017 Mobile App Hackathon, an event produced…

Grad Seminar Guest Talk: Raghava Rao Mukkamala on 1/12

Thursday, Jan. 12, 4:30-5:30, POST 126 Multi-Dimensional Text…
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