The Review of Undergraduate Computer Science (RUCS) is a non-archival publication featuring the best of undergraduate computer science research at the University of Toronto.
"With RUCS, we hope to inspire budding computer science researchers by shedding light on some of the best work being done by their peers in the Department of Computer Science,” said computer science undergraduate student, Kawin Ethayarajh, RUCS Founder & Editor-in-Chief.
This first issue covers topics in diverse research areas, including:
- Artificial intelligence
- Computational biology
- Computer vision
- Natural language processing
- Software engineering
- Software projects
- Theory of computation
The publication's masthead contributors include Professor Sam Toueg; Undergraduate Editors, Julia Gilenko (computer science) and Jaren Kerr (Environmental Ethics, Urban Studies, and Writing & Rhetoric); Design & Layout Director, Sara Tang (computer science); Layout Associate, Mohana Sarmiento (computer science); and Webmaster, Muhammad Osama (computer science).
"The success of this inaugural issue – and in so short a time – is a testament to the dedication of all those who were involved, " said Ethayarajh. "To evoke U of T’s campaign terminology, I have no doubt that RUCS has boundless potential."
Visit the RUCS website to read the first issue