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.
Congratulations to Venky for Best Paper Award at CP2011
We would like to congratulate Venky for winning the "Best Application Paper Award" at Constraint Programming 2011 with the paper: "The Design of Cryptographic Substitution Boxes Using CSPs"
Congratulations to Charith Gunaratna
We would like to congratulate Charith Gunaratna for having his paper "Using Network Science to Understand the Structure of Brazilian Popular Music" accepted for presentation at IEEE CIT 2011.
Spring Honors Convocation Recognizes Computer Science and Software Engineering Students
The Spring Honors Convocation honors students and faculty for outstanding performance. Held on April 21st, this year's Convocation featured several Computer Science and Software Engineering students.
Imagine Cup Honorable Mention to Team 1,2,3,4
Congratulations to "1,2,3,4" (first-semester senior project team):
for receiving "Honorable Mention" in the US competition
of Imagine Cup (http://www.imaginecup.us/) sponsored by Microsoft.
Team EPIK wins Best of Show for CS and SE at the 2011 Northrop Grumman Engineering & Science Student Design Showcase
Congratulations to Eternal Pride in Kombat(EPIK) for winning Best of Show for Computer Science and Software Engineering this year.
New Ph.D. Program in Human-Centered Design in Life Critical Systems Under Review
The Florida Institute of Technology is in the process of reviewing a program on Human-Centered Design (HCD) in Life Critical Systems which would offer three different degrees in aerospace engineering, computer science and operations research. Computer Science PhD students are encouraged to consider a concentration in HCD pending its approval.
Online Black Box Testing Courses Start October 10 at Florida Tech
MELBOURNE, FLA.–Florida Institute of Technology’s Office of Strategic Initiatives will offer a series of three fully online courses in “Black Box Software Testing,” starting Oct. 10. Successful completion of the courses will provide a Florida Tech Professional Development Certificate in Software Testing awarded by the Office of Strategic Initiative
Florida Tech Information Assurance Meeting: Current Trends in Cyber Crimes and the FBI on Sept. 16
The Harris Institute for Assured Information at Florida Institute of Technology and the Space Coast Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) present a monthly lecture series on security trends and topics.