The ACM is back for another year with many new events and opportunities for students. The first meeting will be Monday, September 9, 2013 at 12:00 pm in F219. Everyone is welcome to attend this meeting to find out what ACM is all about and the activities and events for this semester. Danielle Gaither, on the left, is the President of the ACM-W. Quentin Mayo, on the right, is the President of the ACM.
Welcome to the UNT Department of Computer Science and Engineering for the Fall 2013 semester! Please join me in welcoming our new faculty member, Dr. Hassan Takabi. You may find out more about him on our website.
You will notice some improvements we have completed in the department over the summer, including the opening of the new Security Teaching Laboratory in F206, a new undergraduate teaching laboratory in F270, and the Student Research Collaboration Laboratory in F221. We especially invite you to visit the latter to meet your student colleagues for an espresso or meal and work out collaborative research ideas on our whiteboard wall.
Please check this website and the student email newsletters that we'll be sending out during the semester for information on our planned activities this semester. Good luck with all of your classes!
The National Science Foundation has recognized Dr. Ram Dantu's research by promoting it on the front page of its website with this article. The NSF also invited Dr. Dantu and Dr. Henning Schulzrinne, Chief Technology Officer for the United States Federal Communications Commission and Professor at Columbia University, to do a webcast which is the first time that research from the DFW area has been featured in a NSF webcast. Dr. Dantu is presenting his app software to aid 9-1-1 operators at the 2013 National Emergency Number Association Conference this week in Charlotte, NC. The Denton Record-Chronicle also featured this news on the front page of its June 17th edition.