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  • Prof. Dallali will present his paper, "Locomotion Envelopes for Adaptive Control of Powered Ankle Prostheses," at the International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), May 20-25 in Brisbane Australia.
  • Prof. Scrivnor to give the talk, "CSUCI Computer Science Students to Defend Medal in NASA Robotics Competition," during the Spring Library Lecture Series at Camarillo Public Library on May 7, 6:30pm - 8pm.
  • Prof. Dallali and his students, Amy Shim, Marco Antonio Bustamante, Samier Mahagna and Juan Ramirez, finished in 4th place at Semtech's IoT Innovator's Challenge.
  • The Spring 2018 CS / IT Capstone Celebration will be held on Thursday, May 10 from 4pm to 6pm in SIE Lobby. Come and see all the amazing work of CS and IT students. More info here!
  • Marina Lepikhina, from The Trade Deskwill give the talk, "Forecasting for advertising campaigns. How we utilize HyperLogLog and MinHash algorithms to estimate number of available impressions," in SIE 2422 @ 7pm. Refreshments will be served! More info here.
  • Congratulations to Ty Danet, Brandon Artner and Yulia Maliauka for finishing 1st, 2nd and 3rd, respectively at this year's Programming GURU Competition! Read all about the results.
  • The 2018 Programming GURU Competition will be held on Friday, April 27 in Sierra Hall Room 1232 at 4pm. All participants will receive prizes and pizza! Don't miss out!
  • Prof. Isaacs and MS student Mason U'Ren to present their paper, "Obstacle Detection and Traversal with Noisy Range Sensors," at SoutheastCon in St. Petersburg, FL April 19-22.
  • Adrian Domanico to give the talk, Becoming an Effective Software Engineer: Learnings / Building an iOS Client that Scales, in SIE 1422 on Tuesday, March 27 at 5pm. Click here (PDF, 56KB) for more details.
  • Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin and CSU Channel Islands president Erica D. Beck co-hosted an event on Cybersecurity in Sierra Hall, which included speakers Prof. Soltys and CS students Zane Gittins, Eric Gentry, Geetanjali Agarwal and Ryan McIntyre.More info on Prof. Soltys' blog.
  • Prof. Soltys Receives Recognition from the Kosciuszko Foundation's Collegium of Eminent Scientists of Polish Origin and Ancestry. Read more here: http://soltys.cs.csuci.edu/blog/?p=3281.
  • Dr. Evren Eryilmaz will give the talk titled, "Development of a Reading Material Recommender System Based On a Design Science Research Approach (PDF, 172 KB)," on Thursday, March 15th in SIE 1111 at 2pm.
  • Prof. Thoms to present his co-authored paper titled, "Social Software Design to Facilitate Service-learning in Interdisciplinary Computer Science Courses," at the 49th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) in Baltimore, MD Feb 21-24.
  • Dr. Jinoh Lee to give the talk Introduction to EURObotics: Towards Safe Human-Robot Interaction (PDF, 1.7MB) in SIE 2334 on Feb. 8 at 3pm.
  • Prof. Soltys and MSCS graduate Joel Helling published the journal paper, "Constructing an indeterminate string from its associated graph." It will appear in Volume 710 of Theoretical Computer Science.
  • Prof. Soltys and Visiting Professor Konrad Kulakowski published the co-authored paper, "When condition of order preservation is met?," in Discrete Mathematics.
  • Prof. Isaacs and Instructor / MSCS student Nick Stern to present their paper titled, "Multimodal Central Place Foraging," at the IEEE International Conference on Robotic Computing (IRC) in Laguna Hills, CA, Jan 31-Feb 2.
  • Ping Fang will give the talk, Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Careers, and Startups Ventura County (PDF, 71KB) on Tuesday, January 30th in SIE 1111 at 6pm. Refreshments will be served.
  • Dhruv Pandya will defend his thesis, "Identifying Ips from online clicks," on Wednesday, December 13 @ 9am in BTE 2810.
  • Vijay Singh will defend his thesis, "Low cost design to support health care needs of underserved populations: Using SMS and AI to engage at-risk populations," on Thursday, December 14 @ 11am in BTE 1188.
  • Dr. Michael J. Jensen to give the talk "Information or Affirmation: Political Elites and the Diffusion of Misinformation," on Tuesday, December 12th, 2017, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. in SIE 2411. More details here: https://compsci.csuci.edu/about/news-and-events/seminar-flyer-jensen.pdf (PDF, 74KB).
  • Unfortunately the Computer Science Fall Capstone Celebration was cancelled. However, you can view project backgrounds and implementations online. Please join us in congratulating their achievements.
  • CS Students Break into Top Ten at the 2017 ACM International Collegiate Programming Competition regionals. Read more here: https://compsci.csuci.edu/about/news-and-events/acm-programming-results2017.htm.
  • Prof. Dallali presented the paper, "Gait Emulator for evaluation of a powered ankle-foot prosthesis," at Dynamic Systems and Control Conference (DSCC) on Oct. 13 in Tysons Corner, Virginia.
  • Prof. Thoms to give the talk “Fake News! Read All About It!,” as part of the CSUCI Library Lecture Series at the Camarillo Public Library on October 9th at 6:30pm.
  • Prof. Isaacs will be speaking about the NASA Swarmathon Competition at the local chapter of IEEE on October 11th at 7pm at Cal Lutheran. For complete details, click here.
  • Prof. Brian Thoms to give the minigrant presentation, "Engineering Sentiment in Online Conversations: An Evaluation of SAD Design," in SIE 2411 on Sept. 26th at 6pm. More details here (PDF, 358KB).
  • Ed De Reyes, Co-Founder & COO of Sabrewing Aircraft will talk with students about the Pacific Drone Challenge, a 4500 mile unmanned drone race across the pacific in SIE 1121 on Sept 26 at 5pm.
  • The MSCS Welcome and Information Session will be held for all members of the MSCS program or interested parties. The event will take place in SIE 2411 on September 12th at 6pm.
  • It’s official! CS will launch its Mechatronics Engineering program in fall 2018. Read more about the fast-growing, interdisciplinary program here.

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