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Computer Science Students Earn Top Rankings in Research Competition

Computer Science Students Earn Top Rankings in Research Competition

Our Computer Science mentored research capstone experience is an engaging way to develop skills outside of the classroom. Guided by a faculty member, students conduct research and development in areas beyond the traditional curriculum. Capstone students gain presentation skills by participating in either our Celebration of Computing event, held during the fall semester, or byContinue Reading

Codebreaker, Feb 4 @7pm in Mayo Concert Hall

Codebreaker, Feb 4 @7pm in Mayo Concert Hall

The College of New Jersey Department of Computer Science Presents…   CODEBREAKER tells the remarkable and tragic story of one of the 20th century’s most important people. Alan Turing set in mo9on the computer age and his World War II codebreaking helped turn the 9de of the Second World War. Instead of receiving accolades, TuringContinue Reading

2 CS students present at CCSC-E

2 CS students present at CCSC-E

Two Computer Science students presented research posters at the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges, Eastern Region, annual conference held at The College of New Jersey on November 1-2, 2013. Senior Teddy Sudol conducted mentored research with Dr. Peter DePasquale on “Developing a COMTOR Backend with ANTLR”. Sophomore Brandon Gottlob presented his poster entitled “DevelopingContinue Reading

Students win at HackRU

Students win at HackRU

Three Computer Science students Steven Kolln (2015), Michael Meluso (2015), and Daniel Seminara (2014) participated in a hackathon held at Rutgers University on October 12-13,  hackru.org.  Their project, completed within the 24 hour competition,  integrated Google’s voice recognition software and a lyric API that permitted the software to search for a song by a smallContinue Reading

CS Professor wins 1st place award in Robert Wood Johnson Games Challenge

CS Professor wins 1st place award in Robert Wood Johnson Games Challenge

Assistant professor Dr. Edward Kim of Computer Science and Interactive Multimedia and Dr. James Park of Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School have won first prize in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Games to Generate Data challenge.  Their application, wHealth (a Window to your future Health), is an interactive storytelling application designed to improve the healthContinue Reading

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