Article ItemFaculty answer the COVID-19 research call , article
Our computer science faculty and graduate students are putting forth their expertise in cloud computing, modeling predictions, software design, and data analytics toward COVID-19 research grants and other opportunities.
Article ItemUt Prosim is the foundation of Emma Meno’s passion for cybersecurity , article
“The true appeal of our computer science program does not lie with the degree itself or its academic prestige,” said Meno, reflecting on her time thus far at the university. “At Virginia Tech, each student is given the opportunity to choose their own journey. I am blessed to be a part of a program that challenges and fascinates me constantly.”
Article ItemA convergence of computer science talent leads to development of coronavirus tracking website , article
"I've never had a chance to work on something so real like this," shared Virginia Tech computer science junior Austin Stout, on his role in the development of the trackcorona.live website.
Article ItemA successful mission for senior Sam Imamov , article
Sam Imamov, a senior majoring in computer science and a minoring in music technology, served as team lead for the Hokienauts, also known as the space turkeys of Virginia Tech, who for the second year were finalists in the 2020 NASA (Spacesuit User Interface Technologies for Students) SUITS Challenge.
Article ItemCS|Source Stakeholder Spotlight: Reinventing Geospatial, Inc. (RGI) , article
According to RGI, Virginia Tech students are strong in both theory and practice when it comes to their technical skills, and they have great soft skills (listening, communication, etc.). They attend the career fair each year because the interns, co-ops, and full time students they hire from Virginia Tech are strong developers and good fits for their company.
Article ItemChapman Pendery embraces questions to create community , article
For Chapman Pendery, a junior majoring in computer science, life is a series of questions to be answered. Chapman admits that nothing makes him happier than “the opportunity to have a new problem placed in front of [him].”
Article ItemAnuj Karpatne Awarded Collaborative Harnessing the Data Revolution NSF Grant , article
Virginia Tech Assistant Professor of Computer Science Anuj Karpatne has been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant entitled "Biology‐guided neural networks for discovering phenotypic traits", projected to run for two years.
Article ItemMatt Sanford takes lifelong passion to new heights , article
As early as middle school, Matt Sanford, now a senior at Virginia Tech, remembers working on projects such as building websites or programming small circuits. A native of Richmond, Virginia, he recognized his continued interest in computer science through college.
Article ItemVT International Collegiate Programming Contest Team Advances to National Championship , article
Virginia Tech Department of Computer Sciences recently served as a one of eight host sites for the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) Regional Competition for the Midatlantic Region, drawing more than 26 teams from the region.
General ItemSneha Mehta Named 2020 Twitch Research Fellow
Sneha Mehta, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Computer Science, as well as a member of the Discovery Analytics Center at Virginia Tech, has been named a 2020 Twitch Research Fellow.
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