Santa Claus came from the North Pole a little early this year to visit the CSE Department. Santa stopped by to chat with Dr. Ian Parberry to find out who has been naughty or nice. Santa left with a big smile on his face so that is a good sign that everyone has been nice this year!
Happy Holidays to all in the CSE Department!
Dr. Krishna Kavi, Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, will present a CSE Department Seminar on Friday, November 19, at 11:00 a.m. in the main department conference room, F223. His presentation is SDF - An Architectural Framework for Multicore Processors.
The topic of the seminar will be multicore and multithreaded architectures which have received considerable attention over the past few years. However, current implementations rely on conventional programming paradigms and require complex static or dynamic transformations of programs into concurrent threads. This requires either complex hardware to detect data and control hazards to reorder and issue multiple instructions, or complex compiler techniques.
Dr. Ian Parberry, Interim Chair of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, was the invited speaker at the National Gaming Day event hosted by UNTâ€™s Willis Library on Saturday, November 13, 2010. Libraries across the nation participated in this event sponsored by The American Library Association. UNTâ€™s Universal Gamerz club hosted tournaments for Halo: Reach and Super Street Fighter IV. See pictures from the National Gaming Day event at UNT and listen to Dr. Parberry's presentation here.
The Center for Computational Epidemiology and Response Analysis, the Center for Information and Computer Security, and the Net-Centric Software & Systems Center are Centers recognized by the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. For more information about these Centers, please go HERE.
(Photo by Renee Vernon)
UNT's Department of Computer Science and Engineering won the Tech Titan of the Future-University Level Award for its Robocamp for Girls. Dr. Robert Akl and David Keathly, co-directors of the Robocamps, are shown with the award presented on Friday, August 27, 2010. Robocamp is a free, weeklong day camp for high school aged-girls hosted at UNTâ€™s Discovery Park campus for the past six years.
The Tech Titan Award-University Level award recognizes higher education institutions that encourage students to choose engineering and technology-related disciplines. The Tech Titan Awards are presented by the Metroplex Technology Business Council, the largest technology trade non-profit organization in Texas.
Welcome to UNT's Department of Computer Science and Engineering for the Fall 2010 semester! This is the start of my second year as Interim Chair. Be sure to check this website and the student email newsletters that we'll be sending out during the semester. Good luck with all of your classes!
Congratulations go to the Computer Science and Engineering Summer Graduates. A full list of our graduates can be seen here.