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Interference mitigation in multi-hop wireless networks with advanced physical layer techniques

Yantian Hou Boise State University 12:00pm – 1:00pm, 8th Dec, 2017 CCP 221 Abstract: With the ever-growing number of wireless systems, the problem of spectrum scarcity is becoming more important than ever. The overlapping of disparate networks in the same spectrum … (Read More) Interference mitigation in multi-hop wireless networks with advanced physical layer techniques

Cyber Security of Industrial Control Systems

Dr. Hoda Mehrpouyan Department of Computer Science Boise State University 1st Dec, 2017 12:00pm – 1:00pm CCP 221 Abstract: Industrial Control Systems (ICSs) have a vital role in the automation of critical infrastructures such as nuclear power plants, dams, oil … (Read More) Cyber Security of Industrial Control Systems

Boise State Students Soar with NASA at the Johnson Space Center

Computer Science student Rob Peterson was highlighted in the Boise State Update for his involvement in the multidisciplinary Student Opportunities for Airborn Research (SORE) program, one of eight teams chosen by NASA to participate nationally. Over 16 weeks, the team … (Read More) Boise State Students Soar with NASA at the Johnson Space Center

ComputerScience++;

Nate McIntrye TSheets CCP 221 17th Nov 2017, 12:00pm – 1:00pm Abstract: Tips from TSheets Engineers for entering the Software Development Industry. (Read More) ComputerScience++;

Why consider grad school?

Mike Jones (Brigham Young University) Jerry Fails (Boise State University) CCP 221 12:00pm-1:00pm, 27th Oct, 2017 If you curious about why people want to go to grad school, come attend this talk. Dr. Fails will include an overview of the … (Read More) Why consider grad school?

Computer Science Department Grows Twofold in Five Years

The Department of Computer Science has grown to twice the size it was Fall of 2012 as local industry continues to seek more CS professionals. For the Fall 2017 semester, enrollment in the department’s Bachelor of Science in Computer Science … (Read More) Computer Science Department Grows Twofold in Five Years

Fighting Fraud with Artificial Intelligence

Josh Johnston AI Science Manager, Kount 12:00pm-1:00pm, 20th October, 2017 CCP 221 Abstract: AI is in the news these days with promises of a scifi future, but how do we get from here to there? What are the near-term capabilities … (Read More) Fighting Fraud with Artificial Intelligence

Angular in 2017 – Modern Trends in the ngLandscape

John Salvie Allata 3rd Nov, 12:00pm-1:00pm CCP 221 Abstract: New to Angular? Join us as we walk through of some of the latest features and services being adopted in the Angular community, and learn how to take your front-end development to the … (Read More) Angular in 2017 – Modern Trends in the ngLandscape

De-CRUDing Apps with Event Sourcing

David Romeo Allata 10th Nov,  12:00pm-1:00pm CCP 221 Abstract: The Create, Read, Update and Delete (CRUD) approach to app development has real limitations when designing a scalable, maintainable system. Event Sourcing, when implemented in the correct business context, is an alternative … (Read More) De-CRUDing Apps with Event Sourcing

Cold, alone, and afraid with Adobe InDesign

Robert Whiting, Clearwater Analytics 13th October, 2017 12:00pm-1:00pm, CCP 221 Abstract: We wanted to make high-quality print reports from our own data, and we found ourselves cold, alone, and afraid with Adobe InDesign. A year and a half later, we … (Read More) Cold, alone, and afraid with Adobe InDesign