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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

Is the word computer programmer outdated?

Mark Lindgren RuleTek 6th Oct 12:00pm-1:00pm CCP 221 Abstract: The upper echelon of “programmers” are not just programmers, they are abstract and creative thinkers who see things outside of the box.  They are able to wear multiple hats, being a … (Read More) Is the word computer programmer outdated?

Nobody Understands The Cloud

Bill Hayden Paylocity 29th Sep, 12:00pm –  1:00pm CCP 221 Abstract: A dive into serverless computing – what it is, how it’s useful, and why doing everything in it is what you should try and convince your future employers of. (Read More) Nobody Understands The Cloud

Boise State Researchers Awarded IGEM Grant to Combat Potato Rot

Computer Science faculty Dr. Yantian Hou was highlighted in the Boise State Update for his involvement a multidisciplinary team developing a wireless sensor network that would be able to detect temperature, humidity levels, and carbon dioxide and ammonia levels in … (Read More) Boise State Researchers Awarded IGEM Grant to Combat Potato Rot

New Department Chair Announced: Dr. Nader Rafla

The Department of Computer Science at Boise State University is pleased to announce Dr. Nader Rafla as department chair. Dr. Rafla joined the newly developed Electrical and Computer Engineering program (ECE) at Boise State University in January 1997. Currently, he … (Read More) New Department Chair Announced: Dr. Nader Rafla

Oghenemaro Anuyah Attends CRA-W Grad Cohort 2017

Ever heard of CRA-W's Grad Cohort? Boise State grad student Maro Anuyah gives us the scoop on this fantastic opportunity after attending last month! (Read More) Oghenemaro Anuyah Attends CRA-W Grad Cohort 2017

Dr. Sole Pera Receives Golden Apple for Teaching

In February, Dr. Sole Pera was awarded the 2017 Golden Apple Award for the Graduate College. Sponsored by the Associated Students of Boise State University. The Golden Apple is a way for students to thank teachers who encouraged them and … (Read More) Dr. Sole Pera Receives Golden Apple for Teaching

2015-16 EXPAND.CS Scholars Announced, Networking Reception Held

It’s only been seven months since 2014-15 EXPAND.CS Scholars were announced but EXPAND.CS Scholarship Committee members were excited to bump up their program’s timeline and select the next round of scholars earlier! Students were split among two cohorts by academic class (junior … (Read More) 2015-16 EXPAND.CS Scholars Announced, Networking Reception Held

Scalable Graph-theoretic Framework for Metagenomics and other Scientific Applications – Dr. Anantharaman Kalyanaraman

Monday, December 1st, 2014 10:30am in ENGR 103 Dr. Kalyanaraman will present novel parallel approaches for clustering high-throughput metagenomics data derived from environmental microbial communities. We look at the variant of clustering that aims to capture tightly-knit groups (or communities) within … (Read More) Scalable Graph-theoretic Framework for Metagenomics and other Scientific Applications – Dr. Anantharaman Kalyanaraman

Chronicle of Higher Ed on Boise State CS Second Degree Program

Dr. Tim Andersen and Dr. Jim Buffenbarger are quoted in a Chronicle of Higher Ed piece about second degree students in CS. Yoda is even quoted as Dr. Andersen illustrates the earnings potential of a full CS Bachelors Degree, as opposed to a CS Masters Degree coupled with a non-CS Bachelors Degree. (Read More) Chronicle of Higher Ed on Boise State CS Second Degree Program