Fall 2012: SWE 5900: Software Testing in the Cloud (Fall 2012)
* Are you interesting in cloud computing? Software testing? Service-oriented architecture (SOA)? Big Data (Hadoop)? System migration?
* Do you want to learn more about the exciting new area of software testing in the cloud (STITC)?
* Can you do independent, leading-edge research, including evaluating tools & techniques, writing reports, and
Fall 2012: New Course: Cryptography and Information Hiding
A new advanced class: CSE5800-E14 "Cryptography and Information Hiding" is open (it is co-listed with CYB 5678)
The class is an advanced class about hiding messages and watermarks in media (bmp/gif/jpeg/mpeg images, sound, text).
Congratulations to the following distinguished student scholars.
Kimberly Day, Scott Fuller, Christopher Groux, Ahangama Gunaratna,Gary Kelly, and Hilary Miller.
And to these outstanding students,
Ahangama Gunaratna, Monali Patel, Evan Stoner, Pramod Divakarmurthy, Nawwar Kabbani, and Priya Saha.
2012 American Mathematics Competition
The 2012 edition of the American Mathemathics Competition, a standard test developed in the USA and taken simultaneously by over 300.000 students in most countries of the world, was offered by the Computer Sciences Department on February 22.
Jan 17, How Computing Changed the World
Speakers representing academia, industry and government, from Florida Institute of Technology, Harris Corp. and NASA, will address how computing has changed so many aspects of daily life and has contributed to advances in science and engineering.
The lecture will be held on Jan 17, 7pm in Hartley Room (Denius Student Center).
BioComplexLab Student of the Year
Charith Gunaratna has been selected by the members of the BioComplex Lab (www.biocomplexlab.org) as the student of the year. The result was announced during the end-of-semester party which took place Saturday, December 10th. Congratulations Charith!
Dr. Ribeiro awarded the "Outstanding Research Award" from the College of Engineering
Congratulations to Dr. Ribeiro for his Outstanding Research Award from the College of Engineering. Dr. Ribeiro currently leads the computer vision group, which works on developing algorithms to allow computers to perform visual perception and recognition tasks.
The ICPC Regionals are coming up soon, and it is time to start preparing. There will be an online programming contest this weekend(Sept 17th), and a Space Coast Qualifier next weekend(Sept 24th). For more information
CS in Florida Today
Dr. Ford, Director of the Center for Information Assurance, did an interview with Florida Today about fighting enemy hackers.
Dr. Tilley, a columnist at Florida Today, publishes weekly articles about technology.
Links to both of these can be found by clicking the link to
Farmer Scholar Jacob Dufault plans to study Computer Science
Farmer Scholar Jacob Dufault is a 4.3-GPA graduate from Canterbury School in Fort Myers, FL.
He plans to study Computer Science starting Fall 2011.
The Farmer Scholarship provides tuition, room & board, ... for 4 years.