Welcome to the ICS Department
The Hawai‘i Digital Health Lab will study AI-assisted diagnosis of developmental and behavioral health issues.
An interdisciplinary team including ICS Professor Philip Johnson has been awarded a 5-year, $3M National Science Foundation grant as part of the NSF Research Traineeship (NRT) program.
The Information and Computer Sciences Department is pleased to present our inaugural industry talk series, “Beyond the Classroom: Exploring Tech in the Real World.” Throughout the Fall 2023 semester, we are honored to host talks from 12 esteemed technology professionals, all of whom work and reside in Hawaiʻi.
The University of Hawaii Information and Computer Sciences Department has been recognized for its excellent undergraduate computer science program by U.S. News and World Report.…
ICS advisor, Kenny Ka‘aiakamanu-Quibilan, keeps everyone updated with bi-weekly newsletters.
The Information and Computer Sciences Department at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa provides a supportive educational and research environment for students, faculty and academic visitors interested in computer science and information studies. We strive to produce innovative scholars ready to join the workforce in diverse fields related to the computing sciences, and we endeavor to conduct cutting-edge scientific and applied research for the benefit of Hawai‘i, the Pacific region, and the global community.