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Computer Science Colloquium: ACM Distinguished Speaker, October 20

On Tuesday, October 20, the Computer Science Department will welcome Dr. Gregory Abowd as the ACM Distinguished Speaker for 2015-16.  Dr. Abowd, a Regents’ and Distinguished Professor in the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech., will give a talk entitled “Beyond Ubiquitous Computing: Technology Advances and Applications”.  An abstract of his talk can be found…Continue Reading

Google Comes to Campus: October 7

Attention Students:  Google is coming to campus on Wednesday, October 7! Come attend the Lightning Tech Talk and the “Meet N Greet” hosted by Google’s engineers.  Attendees will gain an understanding of the Google culture and opportunities, and will learn how to better prepare for corporate careers.  Refreshments will be provided.  Please note: all students…Continue Reading

CS Student Organizations Host Ice Cream Social

Article written by Kyle Davis, senior CS major On Wednesday, September 9, the students of ACM, WICS, and UPE hosted the Computer Science department ice cream social at the Science Complex fountain. The celebration boasted one of the department’s biggest turnouts for an event that did not offer extra credit.  Ice cream and drinks were…Continue Reading

Dr. Salgian to Present at 2015 International Computer Music Conference

  Dr. Andrea Salgian will be presenting a research paper at the International Computer Music Conference, held between September 25 and October 1, 2015 at the University of North Texas, in Denton TX. The paper, titled “Automatic Transcription of Japanese Taiko Drumming using the Microsoft Kinect”, was written with Willian Hua, who graduated from the…Continue Reading

Computer Science Colloquium: September 15

The first Computer Science Colloquium of the semester will be held on Tuesday, September 15.  Dr. Vinayak Elangovan, Visiting Assistant Professor in our CS Department, will give a talk entitled “Human-Vehicle Interactions (HVI) Recognition Using Spatiotemporal Analysis”.  An abstract of his talk can be found below. Please join CS faculty and students in Forcina Hall 408 from…Continue Reading

CS Ice Cream Social: Wednesday, September 9

Attention: Computer Science Students Please join members of ACM, WICS, and UPE at the Computer Science Ice Cream Social on Wednesday, September 9.  The event will take place at the Science Complex Fountain and will run from 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM. All Computer Science students are invited to attend. We hope to see you there!Continue Reading

CABECT Presentation at Dow Jones in Princeton

On June 12, Professor Monisha Pulimood (Computer Science) and Professor Kim Pearson (Journalism) presented at a workshop on promoting collaborations between journalism and computer science students to foster computational thinking in the classroom and, later, the newsroom. The workshop, hosted by the Dow Jones News Fund at the Dow Jones Kilgore Campus in Princeton, NJ,…Continue Reading

Computer Science Department Awards: May 6, 2015

Congratulations to the winners of the 2014-2015 Computer Science Department Awards, Computer Science Service Awards, and the Charles Goldberg-Norman Neff Scholarship Prize in Computer Science! The Computer Science Department awardees are selected by the faculty based not only on their exemplary performance in CS courses, but also on their significant contributions to the department. Freshman Award –…Continue Reading

Spring 2015 Celebration of Student Achievement

On Wednesday, May 6, the Computer Science Department will host the Celebration of Student Achievement in Forcina Hall (4th floor).  All TCNJ students and guests are invited to attend the luncheon and poster presentations. The schedule of events is as follows: 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM:   Department Luncheon 12:30 PM:    Computer Science Awards (FH…Continue Reading

CSC 470 Students Visit Net Access Data Center

A select group of students recently accompanied Dr. Peter DePasquale to the Net Access Parsippany I data center. There they viewed first hand the security, power, cooling, fail safe and logistics operations that entail running a large scale data center. This 30,000 square feet facility provides 20kW high density fully closed computing cabinets for leading companies to co-locate their computing…Continue Reading