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Building partnerships to advance computer science and education

Microsoft Research is committed to building partnerships with academia to advance computer science and education. This effort extends our scope to include important new areas outside core computer science. These partnerships involve new types of strategic public-private collaborative endeavors with universities, such as research grants, conference support, Ph.D. fellowships, travel grants, and work with universities, institutions, and schools to disseminate innovative curricula.



Daniel Perelman, Judith Bishop, Sumit Gulwani, and Dan Grossman, Automated Feedback and Recognition through Data Mining in Code Hunt, no. MSR-TR-2015-57, July 2015.

Igor Labutov, sumit basu, and lucy vanderwende, Deep Questions without Deep Understanding, to appear in: Proceedings of ACL 2015, July 2015.

R. Nigel Horspool, Judith Bishop, Jonathan de Halleux, and Nikolai Tillmann, Experience with Constructing Code Hunt Contests, in CHESE 2015 Proceedings of theProc.1st International Workshop on Code Hunt Workshop on Educational Software Engineering (CHESE) pp1-4, ACM – Association for Computing Machinery, June 2015.

Tao Xie, Nikolai Tillmann, Jonathan de Halleux, and Judith Bishop, Educational Software Engineering: Where Software Engineering, Education, and Gaming Meet, pp. 115-132, CRC Press, June 2015.

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