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News and Announcements

Category: Computer Science

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.

student programming

Arming Future Data Scientists, Cybersecurity Experts, and Hosting Industry Professionals with Marketable IT Skills

via HostingAdvice, article by Christine Preusler

snowing on campus

Winter Services and Calendar

Thanksgiving to the Opening of Spring 2021 Semester

Computer Science Student and Faculty Receive Best Paper Award at IEEE IEMTRONICS 2020

The paper, Robot Action Planning by Commonsense Knowledge in Human-Robot Collaborative Tasks, was awarded in the Robotics Track of the conference

Dr. Galster teaching a class

New and Updated Programs for Fall 2020

CSAM will be adding, updating, and partnering with various programs this Fall

receiving best paper award certificates at UEMCON 2019

Computer Science professors’ publication awarded best paper at UEMCON 2019

The project earned the award in the Internet of Things (IoT) category.

students preparing for presentation in AI class

What Can You Do With a Comp Sci Degree?

Computer Science Department Chair, Dr. Constantine Coutras spoke with US News & World Report giving his thoughts on pursuing an advanced degree in Computer Science.

Computer Club at the HawkHack Hackathon

First-Ever Computer Club Hackathon Draws Crowd of Coders

New program further cements University’s reputation as innovative tech program leader

Sirawar Matin, left, and Iffat Siddiqi, center, celebrate their UPitchNJ prize with Prof. Jason Frasca.

Junior Computer Science major part of winning team in pitch competition

Iffat Siddiqi, Computer Science, and Sirawar Matin, Athletic Training, invented specialized slippers that use augmented reality and interactive games to entice children to be active.

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Montclair State Researchers Awarded NSF STEM +Computing Grant

Project to integrate computational and mathematical thinking into earth and environmental science teaching

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Students Learn AI and Programming Concepts with Puzzle Game

Dr. Aparna Varde used Towers of Hanoi to demonstrate Inductive Learning and Recursive Programming concepts to Students in the HONP210 Class.

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Computer Science Faculty Publishes Book

Bioinformatics Database Systems By Kevin Byron, Katherine G. Herbert, Jason T. L. Wang; CRC Press