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Apply Now to be a Volunteer at World’s Leading Supercomputing Conference

Complete conference information can be found at: http://sc14.supercomputing.org. To apply, visit: https://submissions.supercomputing.org/ (Read More) Apply Now to be a Volunteer at World’s Leading Supercomputing Conference

Boise Code Camp 2014

WHEN: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, April 5 WHERE: Boise State University Student Union Building MORE INFORMATION: www.boisecodecamp.org Organizers are preparing for their largest Boise Code Camp ever, with 750 software professionals, students and interested members of the public … (Read More) Boise Code Camp 2014

Boise Code Camp is by, for the community

CS chair Tim Andersen published an article in the Business Insider magazine about the Boise Code Camp. Read the article here: http://www.idahostatesman.com/2014/03/19/3086372/boise-code-camp-by-the-community.html (Read More) Boise Code Camp is by, for the community

Best Paper Award at IS&T/SPIE 2014 Data Visualization Conference

The publication “Visualization of off-screen data on tablets using context-providing bar graphs and scatter plots” from Peter S. Games and Alark Joshi received a Best Paper Award at the 2014 IS&T/SPIE International Conference on Visualization and Data Analysis in San Francisco, CA. … (Read More) Best Paper Award at IS&T/SPIE 2014 Data Visualization Conference

Computer Science department gets $1.28 million grant to help grow the department!

The Computer Science department received a $1 million grant in November 2013 from Idaho department of Labor with $280,000 matching funds from local companies MetaGeek, Clearwater Analytics, CradlePoint, Focus IP Inc., Hewlett-Packard, Impact Sales Inc., Keynetics and WhiteCloud Analytics Inc. … (Read More) Computer Science department gets $1.28 million grant to help grow the department!

Boise State Computer Science Grad Student Jen Kniss Featured in Greenbelt Magazine

Jen Kniss, a graduate student in the Computer Science Department at Boise State University and member of the Greenspeed club, is featured in this Greenbelt Magazine article about *geek chic*. Nice work Miss Kniss!   http://greenbeltmagazine.com/2013/09/07/miss-kniss/ #boisestate (Read More) Boise State Computer Science Grad Student Jen Kniss Featured in Greenbelt Magazine

Thank You to Keynetics Inc. and Clearwater Analytics

The department would like to thank both Keynetics Inc. and Clearwater Analytics for their continued support of our program. Recently Keynetics lent us their river front conference room for our faculty retreat. The retreat was a big success and helped … (Read More) Thank You to Keynetics Inc. and Clearwater Analytics

Coding is Cool: A Nuts & Bolts Introduction to Computer Science

June 13-14, 2013, 8:30am-4:30pm This two-day workshop introduced computer science and coding to high school students and high school teachers who are interested in learning  about computer science. The workshop included a special session for the teachers to prepare them with … (Read More) Coding is Cool: A Nuts & Bolts Introduction to Computer Science

CS Student Sought for Work on Google Research Award

Gang-Ryung Uh, Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Boise State University, is seeking a CS student interested in working with him on his Google Faculty Research Award, in the field of an Optimizing Compiler Construction for a low-power ARM … (Read More) CS Student Sought for Work on Google Research Award

Microsoft Appathon

Jeremy Foster from Microsoft will host an all day Microsoft Appathon. No prior experience in apps or software is required. Just bring your Windows or Mac laptop. Everything will be provided (including food). See poster for more details! April 6, … (Read More) Microsoft Appathon