Computer Science Department News


What's happening in the Computer Science Department

Workshop: Information Assurance and Security on Portable Labs: Department of Computer Science and National Science Foundation have organized a workshop on Information Assurance and Security on Portable Labs. The workshop has been held on Lab 13 McCord Hall between 12/11/2015 and 12/12/2015. Two days IAS workshop completed successfully. More than thirty students attended the workshop even in the final session. Many thanks to Drs. Wei Chen and Tamara Rogers for their series lectures about Data, Ethics, Information Assurance and Security.

 

Tutoring Schedule

 

 

Tutoring Schedule is up. Please make sure you stop by (McCord Hall room #09) to seek a one-to-one tutoring help from one of our faculty members. The schedule.

 

New elective courses offered by our faculty members in Spring 2016
projector transparent background COMP 3130 C programming by Dr. Heh Miao
COMP 3112/3113 Intro. to Bioinformatics by Dr. Xiaofei Wang
COMP 3710 Relational Database by Dr. Quifeng Shao
COMP 4720 Cryptography and Computer Security by Dr. Tamara Rogers
COMP 4750 Computer Network Management by Dr. Tamara Rogers
COMP 4820 Intro. to Bioinformatics Computing by Dr. Kamal Al Nasr
COMP 4900 Introduction to High-Performance Computing by Dr. Erdem Erdemir
COMP 4910 Introduction to Enterprise Computing by Dr. Heh Miao

 

CS students with trainingTSU Computer Science Program Filling Critical Need for IT Professionals with Advanced Training. Read more...

 

New!!! Study abroad 2016 opportunity
Students in Computer Science can now apply for summer 2016. Now you can Travel to Turkey for a lifetime opportunity. Read more...


Study abroad 2015 Video

 

graduate New Graduate Program
The TSU CS Department now offers a Master of Science degree in Computer Science.

 

Dyven Miles 

Meet Dyven Miles from Computer Science. The only female drum major on the Tennessee State University with the Aristocrat of Bands. Read More...

 

TSU Students Travel the World for Cultural Experiences, Academic Enhancements: 

Eight students from Tennessee State Study Abroad 2014 - TurkeyUniversity had the opportunity of a lifetime recently when they traveled nearly 6,000 miles and immersed themselves in a foreign culture to gain a unique perspective of the world around them. Read more...

 

Read about the great experience gained from this travel opportunity from one of our students, Jeremiah T. Cooper.

 

Jeremiah T. Cooper A CS Student is named as 2014 HBCU All-Star by White House Initiative

Congratulations to Jeremiah T. Cooper, a sophomore Computer Science major from Nashville, who has been named a 2014 HBCU All-Star by the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities, for his accomplishments in academics, leadership and civic engagement. READ more

 

New Grants funding
» ARO, $590,000, PI: Dr. Ali Sekmen, 2015-2018.
   Subspace Segmentation: Theory and Algorithms.
» NSF, $102,209, PI: Dr. Wei Chen, 2014-2017.
   Collaborative Research: Enhancing Curriculum and Faculty development on Information Assurance and Security through Real World Relevant Portable Laboratory.
» AFRL, $450,000, Co-PI: Dr. Wei Chen, 2013-2018.
   Unfettered and Reliable Communication in Congested Spectrum Environments.
» NASA, $238,000, PI: Dr. Ali Sekmen, 2012-2014.
   Subspace Segmentation and  High-Dimensional Data Analysis.
» NSF, $297,899, PI: Dr. Ali Sekmen, 2011-2014.
   Targeted Infusion Grant: Development of an Undergraduate Bioinformatics Program for Enhancing Research and Education at Tennessee State University
» NSF, $299,872, PI: Dr. Tamara Rogers, 2011-2014.
   Targeted Infusion Grant: Vertical Integration of Concepts, Laboratory Experiences and Research Training in Cyber Security across the Undergraduate Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science

 
   

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Our department provides an undergraduate concentration in Bioinformatics (brochure). Read more...

Minor in Computer Science
The TSU students will be able to select Computer Science as a minor. Read More

Summer 2013 Research
Students are supported by NSF, NASA, and AFRL to work on various projects

 

 

 

 Previous Java Boot Camps for our students

 

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                   2011 Java Boot Camp                                                            2009 Java Boot Camp

 

 Study abroad pictures 2014

 
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