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The TSYS School of Computer Science serves the educational needs of students of the university in the area of computing and the specific educational needs of the businesses and industries in our community. Computing plays a large part in the educational experience of each student at Columbus State University, with the School of Computer Science is committed to playing a leadership role in this process. The school maintains programs for its majors that are current, viable, and applicable to the computing technologies and the technologies of the present and future. And because we serve the community in which we live, we maintain contact with the computing entities of our region, and strive to provide the educational opportunities needed to keep those entities viable for the future.
Success usually comes to those who are too busy to be looking for it. Henry David Thoreau
Computer Science Graduate Student Colloquium - Wednesday, April 23, 12:30-1:15,CCT 208
- "Disease Modeling: Studying the Impact of a Zombie Outbreak" By Jonathan Tew
- "Keystroke Inference Using Unrestricted Mobile Sensors" By Trang Nguyen
Computer Science Graduate Student Colloquium - Thursday, April 24, 12:30-1:15,CCT 208
- "Intelligent augmented reality serious games for mobile platforms" By Hillary Fleenor
- "Data Visualization Research Abstract" By Sonal Gade
- "A brief survey of the current application of Fuzzy logic in medical diagnosis" By Tamanna Shamrin
ACM Meeting with TravelPort -- FRIDAY (April 25, 2014 12:30-2pm) - CCT 208 (looking for candidates for intern and entry-level positions) [FOOD PROVIDED]
- Be prepared to discuss "If you had access to all the worlds travel data, what would you do with it and how would you make money?"
SCHOLASTIC HONORS CONVOCATION - FRIDAY (Apr. 18, 2014 2 pm)
- Congratulations to all the winners: Geoffrey Platta, Cedric Searcy, Jordon Huffman, Tyler Hoffman, Trang Nguyen, Dr.Chouchane
TSYS School of Computer Science Scholarships
CODING: What Most Schools Don't Teach