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
Florida Tech hosts the ACM ICPC regional programming competition on Saturday, 5 November 2016.
Technical Interview Workshop on 6 Oct 2016 at12-2pm in OEC 137
Technical Resume Workshop and Resume Clinic on 7 Oct 2016 at 2-4pm in Crawford 210
Coding Competition 7 Oct 2016 at 4-7pm at Crawford 401
Google Tech Talk--Identity at Google Scale
Learn about some of the problems faced by Google's Identity team, which supports accounts for hundreds of millions of users across all Google products.
Florida Tech invited to Nationals
The ACM-ICPC programming team of Robert Ballard, Nika Nadiradze, and William Nichols have been invited to participate in this year's North American Invitational Programming Contest (NAIPC) on Saturday, 16 April 2016.
Community Lecture -- Cryptography: A Closer Look at Protecting Digital Secrets
As information is increasingly more accessible via digital networks, protecting private information has becoming more important. We will provide an overview on some computational concepts in cryptography. The lecture is on Jan 15, 7pm in 118 Olin Engineering.
Google Campus Visit
Resume and Technical Interview Prep with Google on 9/24; Tech Talk and Google Culture Info Session on 9/25
PPPJ, Sept 9-10 2015
2015 International Conference on Principles and Practices of Programming on the Java Platform: virtual machines, languages, and tools (PPPJ’15) – the 12th conference in the PPPJ series – will be held here on the campus of Florida Tech, Tue and Wed, September 9th and 10th.
Incoming software engineering student Emily Hazen wrote a Kindle book available through the online retailer Amazon. The guide highlights 50 birds that frequent the Brevard County wetlands managed by the Natural Resources Management Department.