Dexter Duckworth, junior CPE major, presents his research at the IEEE International Symposium on Safety security and Rescue Robotics in Linkoping, Sweden. This work was done with Dr. Cindy Bethel, CSE faculty and Dr. Robin Murphy at Texas A&M.

Dexter Duckworth, junior CPE major, presents his research at the IEEE International Symposium on Safety security and Rescue Robotics in Linkoping, Sweden. This work was done with Dr. Cindy Bethel, CSE faculty and Dr. Robin Murphy at Texas A&M. Dexter Duckworth, junior CPE major, presents his research at the IEEE International Symposium on Safety security and Rescue Robotics in Linkoping, Sweden. This work was done with Dr. Cindy Bethel, CSE faculty and Dr. Robin Murphy at Texas A&M.

Congratulations to the first group of Bomgar scholarship recipients: Luke Schwalm (SE), Casey Small (CS), Ashley Stallings (CS), Tran Ton (CPE) and Adam Weast (CS).

Congratulations to the first group of Bomgar scholarship recipients: Luke Schwalm (SE), Casey Small (CS), Ashley Stallings (CS), Tran Ton (CPE) and Adam Weast (CS). Congratulations to the first group of Bomgar scholarship recipients: Luke Schwalm (SE), Casey Small (CS), Ashley Stallings (CS), Tran Ton (CPE) and Adam Weast (CS).

MSU was well represented at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing in October thanks to generous scholarships from the Anita Borg Institute and donations from Bomgar.

MSU was well represented at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing in October thanks to generous scholarships from the Anita Borg Institute and donations from Bomgar. MSU was well represented at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing in October thanks to generous scholarships from the Anita Borg Institute and donations from Bomgar.

MSU faculty and students meet with Bomgar personnel in front of the Bomgar Across America bus.

MSU faculty and students meet with Bomgar personnel in front of the Bomgar Across America bus. MSU faculty and students meet with Bomgar personnel in front of the Bomgar Across America bus.

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CSE Faculty with the NOAA Supercomputer, Gaea (http://www.ncrc.gov/) during a visit to Oak Ridge National Labs. Thanks to alumni Chad Steed (PhD 2008) for hosting our day-long visit. Alumni Bill Renaud (BS 2000) gave our tour of the supercomputer facility and Jibo Sanyal (PhD 2011) showed us his work for the Building Technologies group.

CSE Faculty with the NOAA Supercomputer, Gaea (http://www.ncrc.gov/) during a visit to Oak Ridge National Labs. Thanks to alumni Chad Steed (PhD 2008) for hosting our day-long visit. Alumni Bill Renaud (BS 2000) gave our tour of the supercomputer facility and Jibo Sanyal (PhD 2011) showed us his work for the Building Technologies group. CSE Faculty with the NOAA Supercomputer, Gaea (http://www.ncrc.gov/) during a visit to Oak Ridge National Labs. Thanks to alumni Chad Steed (PhD 2008) for hosting our day-long visit. Alumni Bill Renaud (BS 2000) gave our tour of the supercomputer facility and Jibo Sanyal (PhD 2011) showed us his work for the Building Technologies group.

CSE students participate in the local programming competition.

CSE students participate in the local programming competition. CSE students participate in the local programming competition.

Participants in the Women in Cyber Security summer camp debug their Python code that controls their Finch robot.

Participants in the Women in Cyber Security summer camp debug their Python code that controls their Finch robot. Participants in the Women in Cyber Security summer camp debug their Python code that controls their Finch robot.

Participants in the Women in Cyber Security summer camp participate in ice-breaking exercises

Participants in the Women in Cyber Security summer camp participate in ice-breaking exercises Participants in the Women in Cyber Security summer camp participate in ice-breaking exercises

Students participating in the Broadening Participation in Computing Program sponsored by funding from NSF work on their project to drive a remote-controlled car with image processing and Python code. (Jun 29, 2012 - Photo by Beth Newman Wynn)

Students participating in the Broadening Participation in Computing Program sponsored by funding from NSF work on their project to drive a remote-controlled car with image processing and Python code. (Jun 29, 2012 - Photo by Beth Newman Wynn) Students participating in the Broadening Participation in Computing Program sponsored by funding from NSF work on their project to drive a remote-controlled car with image processing and Python code. (Jun 29, 2012 - Photo by Beth Newman Wynn)

Dr. Cindy Bethel conducts research on human-robot interactions.

Dr. Cindy Bethel conducts research on human-robot interactions. Dr. Cindy Bethel conducts research on human-robot interactions.

Faculty and students at the UPE Banquet.

Faculty and students at the UPE Banquet. Faculty and students at the UPE Banquet.

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Our department offers undergraduate degrees in both Computer Science and Software Engineering. At the graduate level, we offer Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degree programs in computer science. More information on all these degree programs, research opportunities, and requirements can be found by accessing the Academics link above. Prospective students will find useful information about our university's cooperative education program (one of the nation's best), scholarships and fellowships, and admission procedures by clicking on the Prospective Students link. Contact information is available on our site for those of you who seek additional information.

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Our faculty and students work together in an environment that fosters teamwork and leadership as well as a caring attitude toward our students. We offer state-of-the-art facilities in which our students learn and conduct research in such exciting application areas as computational biology, computer security, digital forensics, intelligent systems, parallel computing, and augmented reality. We invite you to contact us and to surf our site to learn more about our academic and research programs.

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News


April 3, 2014:


CSE Students Inducted into BCoE Hall of Fame

Congratulations to the CSE students who were chosen for induction into the Bagley College of Engineering Student Hall of Fame.

Jonathan Lalo, CS (graduate)

Timothy Hendrix, SE
Khanh Nguyen, CPE

They will be inducted officially later in April.



March 28, 2014:


CSE Student wins MSU TA of the Year

Anas Mahmoud, PhD candidate in CSE, has been selected as the Donald Zacharias Graduate Teaching Assistant of the Year in the PhD category. He will be honored at the GSA Award Banquet next Wednesday, April 2nd. Anas has been teaching our CSE 1233 class this academic year. His advisor is Dr. Nan Niu.



March 26, 2014:


CSE Student wins Poster Awards

Tamer Aldwairi, PhD student in Computational Engineering, has been recognized with the following awards

Second place poster in Life and Biomedical Sciences and Engineering at the Graduate Student Research Symposium - "A Computational Investigation of Climatic Effects on SNPs within FHA-Domain Genes in Eurasian Arabidopsis Ecotypes"

Meritorious award at the Bagley Graduate Research Poster Competition - "Statistical Methods for Ambiguous Sequence Mappings"

His major professor is Dr. Andy Perkins in CSE.




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