ACM hosts Dr. Ali Hurson on November 4

Professor A.R. Hurson was the ACM Guest Speaker on Friday, November 4. Dr. Hurson’s presentation was on Heterogenous and mobile databases. Dr. Hurson (bio) is currently a Professor and Chair of Computer Science at Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, MO. His research is in pervasive computing, heterogenous and multi databases. He has also worked on computer architecture.

Robocamp receives $15,000 for 2010 Tech Titans award

The Metroplex Technology Business Council presented a check for $15,000 to the Summer Robocamp for Girls on October 28, 2011 for the Tech Titans award in 2010. Left to right in the picture are Armin Mikler, Associate CSE Chair; Miguel Garcia-Rubio, CENG Associate Dean; Greg Smith, 2010 Tech Titans Gala Co-Chair for the Metroplex Technology Business Council (MTBC); Lisa Danzer, Tech Titans of the Future Judge in 2010 and President of the Alliance of Technology and Women; Robert Akl, Robocamp Director; Ian Parberry, CSE Interim Chair in 2010; and Geoff Gamble, UNT Senior Vice Provost.

CSE 2012 Spring Course Schedule on Website

The CSE course schedule Spring 2012 is now available for viewing on the department website. As more faculty course assignments are known, they will be added first to this website's listing, so always check our site first.

Dr. Ram Dantu receives NSF I-Corps award and is featured on NBC DFW news

Dr. Ram Dantu has received an Innovation Corps award from the National Science Foundation to develop his Mobile Life Guard program for a commercial audience. Dr. Dantu is the only professor in Texas to receive one of the inaugural I-Corps awards, and one of only 21 awardees in the country.

NBC DFW featured Dr. Dantu in this news story.

CSE Undergraduate Students attend Advise-A-Palooza


Undergraduate Students in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Information Technology attended ADVISE-A-PALOOZA on Wednesday, October 19, at 11:30 am in DP F223, the main conference room by the CSE office.

Media Gallery Page for Advise-A-Palooza is here.

September 2011 Editions of CSE Student and Alumni Newsletters sent

The CSE Department September 2011 Student and Alumni Email Newsletters have been sent. You can view the student newsletter online HERE, and the alumni newsletter online HERE

Department Picnic was a Big Success!


CSE students, faculty and staff enjoyed a department picnic on Monday, September 12. A choice of beef, chicken or veggie fajitas were served for lunch between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Following lunch everyone enjoyed a special cake, made by Susie Mikler, celebrating the 40th anniversary of the department.

Our new CSE department chair, Barrett Bryant, greeted students at the picnic. After lunch, Dr. Bryant joined students in several games of volleyball. Pictures of the CSE picnic are at this media gallery page.

Welcome from Dr. Barrett Bryant


Welcome to the UNT Department of Computer Science and Engineering for the Fall 2011 semester! I have just joined the department as Chair and am looking forward to seeing all of you in the department. Let me especially invite you to our "Welcome back to school lunch" on Monday, September 12. Please check this website and the student email newsletters that we'll be sending out during the semester for information on our planned activities. Good luck with all of your classes!

Congratulations to the Summer 2011 Graduates from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering!


Congratulations go to the Computer Science and Engineering Summer Graduates. A full list of our graduates can be seen here.

Denis Conrady passes on Monday, June 13th, 2011


Denis Conrady, long-time faculty member in the Computer Science Department (1974-1995), died Monday evening after a long illness.

Dr. Conrady's former students were asked to send stories about him to the department. Click here to see a summary of those stories that were sent to us.

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