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Robotics Open House

The CRoSS Lab located in CCIS opened it’s doors to show the campus and outside communities what they’re working on

student working with Arduino device

A New STEM Bridge from Montclair State to Montclair School District

Faculty and students of Computer Science Department held a fantastic hands-on workshop at Buzz Aldrin Middle School

students and Dr. Wang in the CRoSS lab

A New Club Goes High Tech

Robotics innovates the ways students can get involved on campus

Laura Paulino with her vehicle

Montclair State Graduate and Current NASA Employee Builds Her Own Vehicle

Laura Paulino ended her graduate semester by building an autonomous vehicle for her master’s project this past December.

Dr. Bharath Samanthula

Enhancing Undergraduate Research Experiences in Cybersecurity and Privacy-Enhanced Technologies

Dr. Bharath Samanthula has established an NSF REU site seeking students for Summer 2021

Robotics club E-Board and advisor after their first event

Meet The Robotics Club

The newly unveiled Robotics Club holds a successful first showcase

MCROS Research Team

Red Hawk Robot

National Science Foundation grant helps build robot system connecting research throughout campus

students testing robotic arm

Computer Science Department will lead the construction of a multimodal collaborative robot system

The system will support cross-disciplinary human-centered research and education at Montclair State University

Mitigating Remote Code Execution Vulnerabilities: A Study on Tomcat and Android Security Updates

Faculty and Student Research Team Win Best Paper Award at IEEE Conference

The paper titled “Mitigating Remote Code Execution Vulnerabilities: A Study on Tomcat and Android Security Updates” has been selected for the best paper award under the Mobile Communication track

Understanding the Information Disseminated Using Twitter During the COVID-19 Pandemic Poster

Student & faculty awarded for COVID information research

The project, Understanding the Information Disseminated Using Twitter During the COVID-19 Pandemic, earned the Best Paper Award at a recent IEEE conference.

Hope Diamantopoulos presenting at the Mario M. Casabona Future Scientists Awards Competition

Computer Science Major Wins Casabona Presentation Competition

Hope Diamantopoulos, mentored by Dr. Weitian Wang, was voted best presentation by the panel of professional judges

HawkHack Mini

HawkHack Mini

From 10 am, Saturday, Nov. 21 to 10 am, Sunday, Nov. 22, more than 30 enthusiastic MSU students participated in the HawkHack Mini hackathon.