|Registration for Fall 2013|
For a full listing of advisors, registration dates, special information for graduating seniors, and the Computer Science Advising Checklist, visit the Undergraduate Advising page.
|Zhang Wins Paper of Excellence Award |
Shiqi Zhang, a graduate CS student, won a Paper of Excellence award at the International Conference on Development and Learning (ICDL). His paper was titled "ASP+POMDP: Integrating Non-monotonic Logical Reasoning and Probabilistic Planning on Robots."
|Holman Wins Best Graduate Student Paper Award|
Daniel Holman, a graduate CS student, won a Best Graduate Student Paper award in the symposium session titled "Remote Sensing of Evapotranspiration Community," at the American Society of Agronomy: ASA, CSSA and SSSA International Annual Meeting.
|Kahl Receives SMART Scholarship|
Patrick Kahl, a doctoral student, has been awarded a scholarship from the Department of Defense Science, Mathematics And Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship for Service Program.
|Gianoutsos Receives Award from Secretary of the Interior|
Nick Gianoutsos, a 2005 M.S in CS graduate, recently received an award from the Secretary of the Interior for his work aboard the NOAA research vessel M/V International Peace collecting samples in response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Read about his work on a NOAA blog.
|Quasny Featured in NASA Video|
Todd Quasny, a 2001 B.S. in CS and 2003 M.S in CS graduate, is featured in a video about NASA’s International Space Station Mission Control Center. Click here to watch the video.
|Shiqi Zhang Receives AAMAS Scholarship|
Shiqi Zhang received a AAMAS scholarship ($860) from the Eleventh International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), 2012. AAMAS is the largest and most influential conference in the area of agents and multiagent systems.
|Colmenares Places Third at Poster Competition|
Eduardo Colmenares, a Ph.D. computer science student, won third place at the in the Engineering II category of the Texas Tech Graduate Student Research Poster Competition for his poster on research completed with Dr. Per Andersen.
|Advanced Registration for Summer & Fall 2012|
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|South Presenting at National Conference|
A paper by David South, a junior computer science major, was selected from among 3,500 abstracts across the nation to be presented at the 2012 NCUR on March 29−31 in Ogden, Utah. The paper is titled "Integration of the Alice 3D Programming Environment with Robotics to Stimulate Interest in Computing."