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Department of Computer Science


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Department News

Eric Hofesmann Captures ‘Best of the Best’ at SSM Undergraduate Research Poster Session
Posted on 24 April 2017 | 11:36 am
Congratulations to Eric Hofesmann for receiving the ‘Best of the Best’ award at the School of Sciences and Mathematics Undergraduate Research Poster Session!  Hofesmann presented his research, “Individual Fingerprints Using the Brain Connectome: A Deep Learning Approach,“ with the guidance of Dr. Brent Munsell and his research lab, Machine Learning and Medical Image Analysis. Also, […]
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Cyber Club Hacked to Top Prize at Palmetto Cyber Defense Competition
Posted on 12 April 2017 | 10:04 am
  When it comes to cyber security, no other university in South Carolina hacked it as well as the College of Charleston last weekend. That’s because students in the College’s Cybersecurity Club took home the top prize at the Palmetto Cyber Defense Competition on Sunday, April 10, 2017, at Trident Technical College in North Charleston. […]
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Department Hosted Seven Alumni for 11th Annual Alumni Symposium
Posted on 27 March 2017 | 11:49 am
On Friday, March 24th, 2017, the Department of Computer Science held the 11th Annual Computer Science Alumni Symposium. Department Chair, Dr. Sebastian van Delden, started the symposium with a warm welcome and presented Master of Ceremonies, Husna Siddiqui. Presenters highlighted where they are working and their responsibilities, showcasing the variety of opportunities that a degree in […]
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Dr. Jim Bowring’s Research Selected for Publication in Quaternary Geochronology
Posted on 13 March 2017 | 7:49 am
The Department of Computer Science is excited to announce Dr. Jim Bowring’s research, “Data Reporting Standards for Publication of U-series data for Geochronology and Timescale Assessment in the Earth Sciences,” was selected for publication in the science journal, Quaternary Geochronology.   ABSTRACT Uranium-series data provide essential dating and tracer tools for a broad spectrum of […]
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