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  • CS CSU Homepage
    in Fort Collins Colorado at the foothills of the beautiful Rocky Mountains Computer Science News Faculty Search The Department of Computer Science continues to accept faculty applications Please apply at https jobs colostate edu postings 18083 The Department of Computer Science at Colorado State University CSU solicits applications for two tenure track faculty positions at the level of Assistant Professor beginning fall 2016 exceptional candidates at the level of Associate Professor will also be considered Applicants must have a Ph D in computer science or a related area and demonstrate potential for excellence in research teaching and service CSU and Liberty Common High School Student Partner to Launch Girls Who Code Club As part of the department s overall effort to increase diversity and expose middle and high school students to computer science we are partnering with Liberty Common High School student Olivia Thero to launch a Fort Collins club of Girls Who Code Megan Hofmann Runner up of Computing Research Association s Outstanding Undergraduate Female Researcher Award Congratulations to Computer Science Department undergraduate Megan Hofmann on her selection as runner up of the Computing Research Association s CRA Outstanding Undergraduate Female Researcher Award for PhD granting institutions 2016 Researchers Awarded 2 7M DHS Grant to Develop Shield Against DDoS Attacks Congratulations to Dr Christos Papadopoulos Dr Stephen Hayne Computer Information Systems and Dr Haonan Wang Statistics who have been awarded a 2 7M grant from the Department of Homeland Security for their project NetBrane A Software Defined DDoS Protection Platform for Internet Services The interdisciplinary team will develop a defense service that can detect and protect against DDoS cyberattacks More Computer Science Department News Upcoming Events Dec 14 Final Examinations Fall semester final examinations are December 14 18 Good luck Rams Dec 15 Ph D Defense 9 30 AM

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  • CS CSU Prospective Students
    department takes pride in its top ranked academic programs We offer a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs to meet your needs exciting research opportunities and friendly atmosphere in which to collaborate learn and succeed For more information please follow the links below Thank you for considering CSU Computer Science You are welcome anytime to contact us or visit us on campus at the foothills of the beautiful Rocky Mountains

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  • CS CSU Undergraduates
    Degree Programs As a prospective student you probably have lots of questions Below is a link to frequently asked questions we have compiled from prospective students Whether you are considering applying as new freshmen transfer student or second bachelors student you can find useful information and guidance We ll answer questions like What exactly is Computer Science What can I do with a degree in Computer Science Is Computer Science

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  • CS CSU Graduates
    Program Degrees Master of Science Master of Computer Science Master of Computer Science Online Doctor of Philosophy Research Join cutting edge research teams in artificial intelligence computer vision computer networks computer security parallel and embedded systems compiler design software engineering and more Funding Education is one of the best investments you can make In this section you ll find information on funding sources to help you pay for graduate school

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  • CS CSU Frequently Asked Questions
    applications you must have fundamental knowledge of programming tools mathematical concepts and software development methodology Computer Science goes far beyond merely programming A bachelor s degree in computer science qualifies students for jobs as software engineers the most common job title for graduates with computer science degrees A bachelor s degree in computer science also teaches students critical time management problem solving software engineering networking and security skills 4 Is Computer Science right for me Computer Science is a vital fun field of study but it is not for everyone Because it is such a broad field your success can depend a great deal on selecting the program of study that best fits your interests Please read the first two FAQs at the top of the page If you re still unsure if Computer Science is right for you here are two analogies that might help you decide Computer Game Analogy 1 if you simply like playing computer games CS is probably not a good fit 2 if you want to program computers to play games CS may or may not be a good fit 3 if you are interested in the theory and practice of making games run quickly or the precise mathematical techniques for modeling physical objects and processes on the screen CS is likely to be an excellent fit Car and Driver Analogy Most people drive cars and even enjoy driving them but this doesn t mean they have the ability or talent to build or design automobile engines likewise people who enjoy using computers may or may not be well suited to the study of computer science However if you wonder how software works and why the designers made the choices that they did and how to improve upon those choices computer science is likely to be a good fit 5 What is Applied Computing Technology ACT It is a combination of computer science and specialized courses in other disciplines This major allows students the freedom to connect standard CS topics with more focused real world applications At this time we offer 3 concentrations Computing Technology Computing and Human Factors and Computing Education The Applied Computing Technology Computing Technology concentration emphasizes the use of basic programming skills and computing technology e g web development computer and network system administration applied to a variety of areas needed by industry and other organizations to keep their computer systems functioning analyze processes and organizational needs or running a web site for example This is primarily an Information Technology degree program The Applied Computing Technology Human Factors concentration focuses on the design development and implementation of computer interfaces bringing together techniques from computer science and psychology to evaluate design and produce usable interfaces The Applied Computing Technology Computing Education concentration is a teacher training concentration that licenses graduates to teach computer related subjects in public schools K 12 as well as provide local computer technology expertise in the schools Other specialized concentrations may be added as time goes on 6

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  • CS CSU Careers
    Career Center Contact Judy Brobst Career Center Liason for the College of Natural Sciences Job Announcements through the CS Department listserver Many companies wish to target students in the Computer Science Department directly These employers generally local technology companies email us job descriptions and copies of the announcements are then sent to students CS email accounts via the CS Department listserver If you do not read email on your CS account you should create a forward file in this account to forward the email to the account you do use Internships For more information about internships what an internship is and how to find one please visit our internships page What Our Graduates Do Graduates with degrees in Computer Science are in high demand and work in a wide variety of interesting areas In addition new types of jobs and specialties are frequently created to keep up with changing technologies Here are a few examples of computer science career areas Software Engineering Software engineers develop and maintain large scale software including commercial user sofware e g databases word processors spreadsheets etc and system software e g operating systems device drivers language compilers system utilities etc Networks and Internet Technologies This area involves developing networking software and and software for use across the Internet including security software internet user applications and search technologies Embedded Systems Programming Graduates working in this field program electronic devices e g cell phones appliances etc to perform specific functions This skill is used in the production of scientific and test instruments automobiles computers peripherals and many types of gadgets Graphics This area involves programming computers to display information graphically Graphics programmers work on projects such as advertising scientific visualization applications human computer interfaces and games Systems Analysis Business Computing Systems analysts produce and maintain software systems

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  • CS CSU Department Information
    of Conduct In addition to responsibilities listed in the CSU Student Conduct Code the department advocates these rights and responsibilities of conduct for all its members Undergraduate Commencement Congratulations on completing your bachelors degree Please visit these two websites for important commencement information http www natsci colostate edu students commencement cfm This is the College of Natural Sciences webpage for commencement activities Here you will find information about cap and gown rental diplomas ceremony seating and more http commencement colostate edu This is the university webpage for details on all commencement activities campus wide Graduate School Commencement If you are receiving your masters or Ph D please visit this site for information about graduate school commencement activities How to Locate Contact People in the Department There are a variety of ways to reach people in the department The following links provide contact information Please select the best one for your needs If you need more assistance please call our front desk at 970 491 5792 Faculty and Staff this is an alphabetical list of our faculty staff research scientists and instructors It includes their office addresses phone fax email and a picture Computer Science Directory This is an alphabetical list of everyone doing work for the department including faculty staff instructors researchers graduate and undergraduate assistants GTA GRA etc postdocs visitors and volunteers You will find their office locations phone numbers and email addresses Userlist You can only access this list if you have a CS account This is an alphabetical list of people who have a computer science account their email address and links to personal webpages CSU Directory This is the CSU electronic directory It is the CSU White Pages for students faculty and staff Department History In 1971 a Computer Science section was created within the Department

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  • CS CSU News
    and has done research at the PAD Lab at University of Maryland Researchers Awarded 2 7M DHS Grant to Develop Shield Against DDoS Attacks Dr Christos Papadopoulos Dr Stephen Hayne Computer Information Systems and Dr Haonan Wang Statistics have been awarded a 2 7M grant from the Department of Homeland Security for their project NetBrane A Software Defined DDoS Protection Platform for Internet Services The interdisciplinary team will develop a defense service called NetBrane that can detect and protect against large scale Distributed Denial of Service DDoS cyberattacks Read the CSU SOURCE article about this project here Department Selected as NVIDIA 2015 GPU Education Center Congratulations to Dr Cathie Olschanowsky and the department for demonstrated commitment to advancing the state of parallel education using GPU Computing and or CUDA C C The NVIDIA GPU Education Center Program supports and encourages teaching establishments to include GPU computing using CUDA C C as part of their course offerings The award will provide funding equipment supplies and support for Parallel Programming CS475 High Performance Computing and Visualization CS510 Machine Learning CS545 and Advanced Parallel Processing CS575 NVIDIA Corporation is a pioneer in visual computing technology and is a member company of the department s Industrial Advisory Board Department Welcomes New Student Staff Assistants The department is pleased to welcome Aimee DeMendoza Kyle Sankey and Bailey Blythe as our new Student Staff Assistants Aimee and Kyle are freshmen from the Denver metro area and will be working at the reception desk Bailey is a sophomore Political Science and Economics major and works with the Graduate Program Aimee DeMendoza Kyle Sankey Bailey Blythe Dr Chuck Anderson Wins Best Paper Award at the 2015 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks Congratulations to Chuck Anderson and his Ph D students Minwoo Lee and Daniel Elliot for winning a Best Paper Award at the 2015 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks IJCNN held in Ireland in July Their paper is titled Faster Reinforcement Learning After Pretraining Deep Networks to Predict State Dynamics Congratulations Spring and Summer 2015 Graduates The Computer Science Department congratulates the following students on the completion of their degrees in Spring and Summer 2015 Doctor of Philosophy Saud S Alotaibi Sentiment Analysis in the Arabic Language Using Machine Learning Rehab B Ashari EEG Subspace Analysis and Classification Using Principal Angles for Brain Computer Interfaces Fatmah Y Assiri Assessment and Improvement of Automated Program Repair Mechanisms and Components Upulee G Kanewala Testing Scientific Software Techniques for Automatic Detection of Metamorphic Relations William M Springer Dynamic Representation of Consecutive Ones Matrices and Interval Graphs Wuliang Sun Using Slicing Techniques to Support Scalable Rigorous Analysis of Class Models Master of Science Laura A Adams Jatin V Bhikadiya Rahul Dutta Ghazal Fahimi Thomas D Harrison Noah A John Jared R Koontz Sarah E Morrison Smith Master of Computer Science Michael A Childs Michael A Lajoie Pavel Shamis Pablo Bidwell Astaburuaga Asha Gopalakrishnapillai Yili Jin Srinivas Majeti Nissa Osheim Joseph D Overby Avinash B Pallapu Manoj Krishna Panguluri Karan Shamsingh

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