December 16th, 2013
Wearable Electronics Demos – Wednesday the 18th, 6pm – 7pm in King 235
Interested in electronics and wearable art? The Soft Circuits Seminar has been spending all semester playing with LEDs, arduinos, soldering irons and more. Come see what they’ve made this Wednesday at 6pm! Students will be showing off their wearable electronic art pieces. Snacks will be provided.
Human Computer Interaction Demos – Friday the 20th, 9am – 11am in King 201
Click here to see the projects!
Featuring websites for co-opers, adventure seekers, free food lovers, scientists and more. The HCI students have spent all semester working on how to make programs easy for people to use and understand. Come see what they’ve made! Snacks provided.
November 4th, 2012
Introducing CSCI 345: Social Networks a new course for Spring 2013 by Visiting Assistant Professor Steven Crain. MWF 1:30-2:20
This is a course on the analysis of data gathered from social networks. It will focus on algorithms for efficient strange and analysis of “big data,” which is commonly associated with social networks. It will also survey applications of social network data, especially applications that support decisions based on such data.
Prerequisite: CSCI 241 or consent of the instructor.
“2010 – May – 18 – NodeXL – twitter social graph” by Mark Smith
November 2nd, 2012
The CS department will be hosting a winter term meeting on Tuesday, Nov 6 @ 4:30pm in King 237.
The purpose of this meeting is for students and faculty to come together to talk about possible group WT projects and see if any groups coalesce. Last year’s meeting led to Prestissimo… what will this year bring?
January 20th, 2012
CSCI 356-01Visualization will be taught this Spring by Matthew Boggus.
Tues & Thurs 9:30-10:45 CRN 15803.
This course introduces students to the topic of visual display of data. Primary focus is on using Processing (a Java-like programming language) to create images and design practices used to create effective visualizations. Other topics include interaction techniques, human perception and mental modeling, data analysis, and case studies in information visualization research. Prerequisites: CSCI 150 and CSCI 151 or consent of instructor.
September 7th, 2011
Do you wanna be 1337?
Wann learn new skillz and show them off in the glory of combat?
Then check out the Competitive Computer Programming ExCo at the ExCo fair!
If you miss the ExCo fair, you can still sign up online here!
No need to be competitive, just show up and learn how its done!
Class time to be determined by attendees.
September 4th, 2008
Registration for the totally awesome programming ExCo is now open.
For more information or to register go to:
July 1st, 2008
Competitive Computer Programming
Instructor: Katie Kuksenok