Community lecture--Quantum Computing is Quick and Quirky: A Closer Look
Come find out why quantum computing could be quick and quirky from a distinguished engineer at IBM. The lecture is open to the community--high school students, teachers, and parents are particularly welcome.
Nov 15: Quantum Computing
Steve Atkin, CTO at IBM, will be on campus discussing Quantum Computing
Google Campus Visit
Google Info Session, 9/5, 5:30-7pm, Crawford 112. Google Code Jam Kickstart. 9/6, 6-8pm, Olin Engineering 118.
UPE Scholarship Award
Congratulations to Thomas van Haastrecht on receiving a UPE scholarship award. UPE (Upsilon Pi Epsilon, upe.acm.org) is the honors society for computing.
Award Winners at Senior Design Showcase
Congratulations to teams with CSE students who won awards at Senior
Design Showcase in 2018.
Community lecture---Bitcoin and Blockchains: A Closer Look
The free, public lecture, part of the Department of Computer Science Public Lecture Series, will explore how the rising importance of digital data and processes in daily life are fueling the reinvention of currency.
Winners at MangoHacks (Hackathon at FIU)
Congratulations to first-year students: Jake Harrison (Software Engineering), Gabriella Oye (Software Engineering), Kyle Stead (Software Engineering), and Cody Clemons (Mechanical Engineering), who won at MangoHacks (Hackathon at FIU), Feb 2nd-4th.
Winners at Senior Design Showcase
Congratulations to the award winners at the 2017 Senior Design Showcase.
Community Lecture -- A Closer Look at Computing: The Million-Dollar Algorithms
March 24, Friday, 7-8pm, Auditorium (Room 130), Olin Life Sciences. We will discuss the stable marriage and web page ranking problems. Algorithms for both problems not only have continuing impact on society, they also have earned fame and fortune. A million-dollar prize awaits the person who creates a practical algorithm for a third problem.
Florida Tech programing teams do well in the ACM international collegiate programming competition