Computer Science


Student Innovation Center for Computing Students

  • Home of students Stefanie Elling & Joshua Gilley, the winner of the nationwide 2020 RISE Competition, Paul Dierksheide, winner of the 2020 Adobe X Airbnb Creative Jam, Top Performace in the 2019 ICPC Competition (Division Two, 2nd place, out of 87 Teams),  and one of the top ranked (#5) Data Science programs in the nation according to bestcomputerscienceschools.net.
  • Our Student Innovation Center not only provides a high tech playground for our students, but connects them to the companies who co-locate with us in our beautiful Harbor Walk facility: CapgeminiBooz Allen HamiltonBoeingBenefitfocusBosch, and Mercedes-Benz. Many internship opportunities are available with our industry partners in the region, see our Advisory Board Member List here: PDF
  • Engage in undergraduate research in areas such as Health Infromatics, Cloud Computing, Computing Education Research, Cybersecurity and Software Security, Earth Sciences and Cyberinfrastructure, Machine Learning and Data Science, Data Mining and IoT (Internet of Things) Connectivity, Artificial Intelligence/Computer Music and Interaction, and Machine Learning/Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Robotics.
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Record Participation at 38th Annual High School Programming Competition
Posted on 28 February 2020 | 2:57 pm
Forty teams from three states gathered at Harbor Walk East on February 21, 2020 for the 38th Annual High School Programming Competition. After tours and welcoming remarks, the teams started practice rounds in their assigned classrooms. An hour later (and after some pizza) the competition began. Ultimately, team Hampton Inn & Suites from Panther Creek […]
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Spring Speaker Series starts today!
Posted on 3 February 2020 | 4:28 pm
All are welcome to join the Computer Science department for our Research Speaker Series, Mondays at 4:15pm in SSMB 129. All presentations will be held in the School of Science and Mathematics Building auditorium at 202 Calhoun St.
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