STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
Students involved in programs offered by the Math and Computer
science Department have the opportunity to participate in several
activities outside of the classroom that supplement their education.
They have the chance to travel, join organizations and participate
in contests. The hands-on experience helps them prepare for
their future careers. Click on the links to the right to learn
more about student activities supported by the department.
We also open the door for you to use a variety
of specialized undergraduate research labs that will give you
research opportunities and exposure to emerging technologies such as
head-mounted displays in our immersive computing and 3D
Students have research opportunities along with national and
international travel to present their work. Following are a few
examples . . .
Argonne National Symposium
Click on the link to the right to read about student travel to
the annual symposiums.
Genetic and Evolutional Computation Conference
Correy A. Kowall and Brian J. Krent had their paper, A Simulation of Evolved
Autotrophic Reproduction, accepted for publication and
presentation (as a poster) at the international Genetic and
Evolutionary Computation Conference
that was held in London, England in July, 2007.
Pictured to the left is Prof. Jeffrey Horn
and Correy Kowall at the University College of London.
International IT Conference
Computer science seniors presented at the 2007
International IT Student Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.