The ACM and ACM-W is hosting its annual CSE Trick-or-Treat Party on Thursday, October 31, from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm. Thirteen labs and offices in the CSE Department are participating. Look for the signs on the doors in the CSE hallways. Play a trivia game and win candy and prizes! Costume contest for students, faculty, and staff! Scariest Lab Contest! FREE to students!
Students can visit the following offices to play the Trivia Game and receive candy:
Ms. Deacon (CSE Main Office)
Dr. Bryant (Department Chair – Main Office)
Dr. Yuan (CSE Faculty Office)
The UNT Bug Wars Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) is now accepting applications for Summer 2014. Bug Wars is a REU site project that exposes students to research on software testing and AI planning through both competition and collaboration. This REU program provides the opportunity for 8 undergraduate students to spend the summer as part of a cohort that works on software testing research for 10 weeks in Summer 2014. Participants will work closely with a Computer Science faculty mentor. For more information, go here.
The College of Engineering’s inaugural Showcase for Undergraduate Research in Engineering (SURE) will be held this Friday, September 20th, from 9 am to 11:45 am at Discovery Park. The following CSE students will showcase their research: James Glenn, Mingyu Lu, Andrew Marin, Zachary Morgan, Frank Paiva, Lisa Reynolds, Mallory Smith, and Logan Widick. The Poster Presentations will begin at 9 am and the Presentation of Awards will begin at 11 am. Everyone is invited to attend!
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering will host several Distinguished Speakers again in 2013-2014. The first Distinguished Speaker will be Thomas Boehme of the University of Ilmenau on Friday, September 13 at 11:30 am in the F223, the main CSE conference room. His presentation will be on “Learning in Repeated Games.” Everyone is invited to attend!
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!