• Computer Science and Information Technology would like to thank all students who came out to participate in the 2016 Guru Programming Contest! And congratulations to Nicole Dubin for taking the top spot this year!
  • Please join us in supporting Computer Science and Information Technology majors as they present the culmination of their capstone work at the 2016 Spring Capstone Poster Session on Thursday May 12th in Sierra Hall Lobby between 4pm and 6pm. Refreshments will be served!
  • Prof. Michael Soltys wins the 2016 Business & Technology Partnership Leadership Awards.Click Here for more details!
  • The 2016 Programming Guru Contest will take place on Friday, May 6th @ 10am in Sierra Hall Rm 1222. Prizes will be awarded!
  • Costas Iliopoulos, Ritu Kundu, and Fatima Vayani will present their talk on Superbubbles and Clumps on Tuesday April 12 in Broome 1310 @ 10am. More info here!
  • Prof. Bill Smyth presents Trivial Object, Nontrivial Problems (PDF, 228KB), March 14, 2016 in Del Norte 1530 @ 6pm. More info here!
  • Three presentations in two weeks! Pawel Pilarczyk (PDF, 474KB), Yunfei Hou (PDF, 91KB), and Wei Li (PDF, 79KB) showcase their research at CI.
  • Prof. Soltys will be giving an invited talk in London, February 2-4, 2016.
  • Prof. Thoms' co-authored paper, "Task Oriented Reading of Instructional Materials and Its Relationship to Message Scores in Online Learning Conversations," to be presented at the Hawaiian Conference on System Sciences on January 6, 2016.
  • Prof. Claveau to present his paper, “System of 3-D Printed Components for the Rapid Prototyping of Legged Robots," at the 4th International Conference on Robot Intelligence, Technology and Applications in Bucheon, Korea on December 12-15, 2015.
  • Prof. Thoms' co-authored paper, "Instructor versus Peer Attention Guidance in Online Learning Conversations," was published in AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction, Volume 7, Issue 4.
  • Please join us in supporting Computer Science and Information Technology majors as they present the culmination of their capstone work at the Inaugural Capstone Poster Session on Thursday, December 3rd in Sierra Hall Lobby between 4pm and 6pm. Refreshments will be served!
  • Software Engineers from JPL to speak at the Computer Science Club Meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 18th in Sierra 1131 (PDF, 750KB)
  • Prof. AJ Bieszczad presented a paper at the 7th International Joint Conference on Computational Intelligence IJCCI 2015 in Lisbon, Portugal. The paper "The Neurosolver Learns to Solve Towers of Hanoi Puzzles" co-authored by Prof. Bieszczad's graduate student Skyler Kuchar was presented at one of the joint sub-conferences the 7th International Conference on Neural Computation Theory and Applications NCTA 2015.
  • It was also a showcase of the new possibilities enabled by Internet-related technologies! Due to the strike by Lufthansa, Dr. Bieszczad's flights to Lisbon were cancelled last minute, so he could not attend the conference in person. Therefore Dr. Bieszczad presented the work remotely. He posted a narrated video of his presentation on YouTube, and after listening to it, the audience was asking question over a Skype connection.
  • Computer Science Students Beat 2014's Results at the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest, Nov. 14th!
  • Computer Science Invites Dr. Steven A. P. Quintero to discuss research titled, Enabling Sophisticated Autonomy for Mobile Robots through Optimization-based Control on Wed., Nov. 4th @ 6pm in Petit Salon.
  • Prof. Thoms to present a paper titled, "Online Learning Community Software to Support Success in Project Teams," at The Fifth International Conference on Advanced Collaborative Networks, Systems and Applications, COLLA 2015 on October 13th in St. Julians, Malta.
  • Computer Science Scholars attend the 2015 Grace Hopper Conference in Houston, Texas October 14-October 16.
  • CI Computer Girls participate in “Players of the Light” event in La Reina HS on October 10, 2015. Meet our faculty and staff Course Listings Apply Now Seminars.
  • Masters Thesis Defense: Custom Gesture Recognition Using 3D Motion Sensor and Hidden Markov Models, by Alvin Bruce Little. 3:00 pm, Wednesday, September 16th, 2015 Bell Tower East 2810.
  • Neerja Mhaskar and Michael Soltys present research at the Prague Stringology Conference 2015. The paper proposes a new formal framework for combinatorics on words; see here http://soltys.cs.csuci.edu/blog/?p=1408 for details.
  • Sierra Hall Laboratories (click for a slideshow) have opened! This is a new state-of-the-art science and technology facility hosting several science programs with substantial presence of Computer Science. Our students have access to specialized laboratories (networking, robotics, embedded systems) and general computer labs.
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