Professor Brian Thoms will be holding a meeting for students interested in programming competitions (ACM and GURU). It will be in Sierra Hall 1131, Friday Sept 23 at 12.
This is a great way to make friends, learn coding, and participate in an exciting competition.
We have done very well in the past:
Yesterday we participated in the launch of Mechatronics Engineering at CI. This new program will be housed under Computer Science, and the first group of students is going to be admitted in the Fall 2018.
We were honored to have Assembly Member Jacqui Irwin who helped secure the funds to start engineering at CI, and the event was presided by President Rush, in one of his last appearances before his retirement.
The event was held in the lobby of Sierra Hall, the new STEM building, with Computer Science labs on the first floor, and demos of faculty/student projects in the Robotics lab and the Embedded systems lab.
Thursday at 2 PM we will be holding our COMP 462: Autonomous Car Challenge on the first floor of Sierra Hall. The students of Dr. Isaacs course will be doing a time trial race through the building using only the sensors mounted on the vehicle and control algorithms that they have written.
On November 4th, at 6pm, in the Petit Salon, Computer Science is organizing an event to which everyone is invited, especially current and prospective graduate students. There is going to be food, good company, and an exciting talk by Dr. Quintero (see ad below). For more information, please contact David Claveau <email@example.com>.
Yesterday I gave a talk in the joint Mathematics and Computer Science seminar, at CI. Here are the slides.
Refreshments will be served
Title: Algorithms on Strings
Speaker: Michael Soltys
Date/Place: February 4th, 2015, at 6pm, in Del Norte 2530
Abstract: This talk is going to be centered on two papers that are going to appear in the following months:
Visit http://soltys.cs.csuci.edu for more details (these two papers are number 3 and 19 on the page), as well as Python programs that can be used to illustrate the ideas in the papers. We are going to introduce some basic concepts related to computations on string, present some recent results, and propose two open problems.
CI junior Danny Larkins had been studying art for three years when he switched his major to computer science because “it felt right,” he said.
An award Larkins won from a national software company this week suggests Larkins made a good choice. Larkins won the national “2014 OmniUpdate Gadget Challenge” for a software “gadget” he invented.
OmniUpdate is a Camarillo-based web content management systems company for institutions of higher learning. CI is among 700 colleges and universities that use OmniUpdate.
via CI student’s ‘gadget’ wins a national award – News Releases – CSU Channel Islands.