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Three CS Students Receive CREU Funding

Joie Murphy (class of 2017), Kate Evans (2017), and J.R. Villari (2016) have received Collaborative Research Experience for Undergraduates (CREU) funding to perform research during the 2014-15 academic year under the supervision of Dr. Dimitris Papamichail. They will work on a project that aims to create efficient algorithms and computational tools for the construction of optimized,…

Dr. Salgian to Present in Athens, Greece

On September 18, Dr. Andrea Salgian will present her paper “Teaching Robots to Conduct: Automatic Extraction of Conducting Information from Sheet Music” at the 40th International Computer Music Conference in Athens, Greece.  This year’s conference will be jointly held with the 11th Sound and Music Computing Conference and will run September 14 – 20.    Dr.…

REU @ TCNJ

REU @ TCNJ

The NSF-funded CABECT project has received Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) supplemental funding to support two undergraduate research students as they investigate the hypothesis that contributions from a large number of motivated users who actively review and adapt site content will result in a self-sustaining research repository. Selected students will received stipends during the 2014-2015 academic year…

Computer Science thanks Linode

The Department of Computer Science was thrilled to welcome Christopher Aker (CEO), Thomas Asaro (COO) and Keith Craig (Public Relations Manager), from Linode LLC on Thursday, July 17, 2014. The welcoming party included Dr. Peter DePasquale and Dr. Monisha Pulimood from Computer Science, Dr. Jeffrey Osborn (Dean of School of Science) and Mr. Guy Calcerano (Major Gifts…

Congratulations to the Class of 2014

The Computer Science Department Class of 2014 was awarded degrees en masse at the main TCNJ ceremony on May 15, 2014.  Students were individually recognized at the Department ceremony on May 16, 2014, in the Mayo Concert Hall. Teddy Sudol gave the student address and Dr. Deborah Knox gave the faculty address.      

2014 Computer Science Award Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the 2013-2014 Computer Science Department Awards and the Charles Goldberg-Norman Neff Awards! 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 – Joie Murphy Sophomore Award – Kylie Gorman and…

Celebration of Computing, April 30

Celebration of Computing As we do every spring, the Computer Science Department will celebrate the achievements of our students at the Celebration of Computing event on April 30, 2014, 12pm – 4 pm in Forcina, 4th floor. Please Come Celebrate With Us! Celebrate the wonderful achievements of CS students! Celebrate yet another awesome semester in…

Scholarships for Success in Computational Science

Scholarships for Success in Computational Science

Professors Tom Hagedorn (Mathematics & Statistics) and Monisha Pulimood (Computer Science) have been awarded a grant from the NSF S-STEM program (Award # 1356235). This grant forms the basis of a sustainable initiative to recruit, retain and graduate more students in computer science and mathematics at TCNJ. The project will fund approximately 27 scholarships per…

Dr. Papamichail awarded NSF-CCF grant for combinatorial design of synthetic gene variants

Dr. Papamichail awarded NSF-CCF grant for combinatorial design of synthetic gene variants

Dr. Dimitris Papamichail, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, has been awarded a research grant from the National Science Foundation’s Division of Computing and Communication Foundations (NSF-CCF) core program. Dr. Papamichail’s research focuses on computational design of synthetic genes with enhanced properties. Synthetic Biology moves beyond conventional genetic manipulation to construct novel biological components which do…

Three CS students to participate in SISMAT

Three CS students to participate in SISMAT

Hardik Patel (class of 2015), Chris Hranj (2016), and Gary Patricelli (2016) will be heading to Dartmouth College to participate in their summer Secure Information Systems Mentoring and Training (SISMAT) program.  The program is funded by the Department of Homeland Security National Cyber Security Division and the National Science Foundation.  These students will be trained…

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