Programming for Fun Contest - Oct 7, 2014
The Programming for Fun contest will be held on Oct 7th from 3pm to 5pm in RLC 105. Team registration is now open. You can register by filling up the form here. For details, please contact Dr. Tina Tian at email@example.com.
Application for "Tau Sigma Kappa" Honor Society Membership, Deadline - Sept 18, 2014
Applications are being accepted until Sept 18th for the membership of Tau Sigma Kappa, the CS honor society. For application form and other details, please contact Dr. Ankur Agrawal at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome Party - Sept 3, 2014
Students and faculty of the department got together for a welcome pizza party at the start of the semester. Dr. Marvin Bishop was introduced as the new Acting Chair of the department, Dr. Ankur Agrawal was introduced as the new Assistant Chair and Kashif Qazi was introduced as the new Visiting Lecturer.
Past Events - Spring 2014
End of the Semester Party and Student Recognition - Apr 30, 2013
The end of the semester party was organized to provide students a chance to take a break from their busy schedule, celebrate their hard work during the semester and enjoy pizza. Matthew Perrelli won the inaugural CS Award 2014. The following six students were inducted into Tau Sigma Kappa, the CS honor society: Meena A. Balady, Magg L. Joseph, Anthony J. Mascia, Matthew Perrelli, Carter Joe Sherman and John Xitas
CS Award 2014
The inaugural annual CS award will be presented to one CS major in recognition of their academic achievements, leadership contributions and extracurricular involvement during their stay at Manhattan College. Student applications are due between March 27 and April 4. For application form and other details, please visit: http://home.manhattan.edu/~ankur.agrawal/documents/csAward.docx
Programming for Fun contest - Mar 25, 2014
Three teams participated in the spring 2014 Programming for Fun event. Red Wings team (Tyler White, Mim Cobaj, Andre Oliveira) won the contest by solving all six problems.
Using Ontologies to Disambiguate Web Search Queries - Feb 24, 2013
Christopher Ochs of New Jersey Institute of Technology gave a talk on modern semantic web technologies, such as ontologies and Google Knowledge Graph. He also presented Ontology Supported Web Search as a tool to handle ambiguous query problems.
Past Events - Fall 2013
End of the semester party - Dec 5, 2013
The end of the semester party was organized to provide students a chance to take a break from their busy schedule, celebrate their hard work during the semester and enjoy pizza. The event was sponsored by UPS.
A Visit from UPS - Dec 5, 2013
A team from UPS including HR, managers of various divisions and MC alumni visited the department to introduce the company, describe the technology they depend on and talk about jobs and internship opportunities. The event provided students a unique opportunity to have full attention of hiring managers, hear what MC alumni had to say and an opportunity to apply for an internship or job on the spot.
Data Mining in Social Networks - Nov 25, 2013
Lidan Fan of the University of Texas at Dallas gave a talk on analyzing data from social networks and techniques to use such data to make predictions for different events such as elections.
Information Hiding: Friend or Foe in Cyber Security - Nov 15, 2013
Dr. Avinash Srinivasan of George Mason University gave a talk on the overview of the field of information hiding and compared it to antiforensics drawing some parallels and highlighting key differences.
Realistic Animations for Computer Gaming - Nov 13, 2013
Ju Shen from University of Kentucky gave a talk on animations in computer gaming covering topics such as model design, animation programming, skeletons and skins, and physical simulation.
Several students and faculty members visited NYPD’s Operation Center and Real Time Crime Center. The group was given a behind-the-scene tour of technology used by one of the finest police departments in the world.
ACM programming contest - Oct 27, 2013
Three teams participated at the ACM programming contest held at Yale University.
- Red Wings: Tyler White, Mim Cobaj, Andre Oliveira (solved 4 problems)
- Pro Graham Crackers: Thomas Arias, Kathryn Sacca, Marc Belevan (solved 3 problems)
- MC 1: Richard Schmidt, Andrew Franceschina, Steven Zuniga (solved 1 problem)
It was the best performance by Manhattan College teams to date at the ACM programming contest.
Manhattan College Open House - Oct 27, 2013
The department participated in the university open house to meet and greet prospective students and their parents.
A Visit from Crestron Electronics - Oct 8, 2013
The Computer Science department hosted Angela Parrinello from Crestron Electronics who gave a talk on internship and job opportunities at Crestron.
Programming for Fun contest - Oct 8, 2013
Eight teams participated in the fall 2013 Programming for Fun event. Red Wings team (Tyler White, Mim Cobaj, Andre Oliveira) won the contest by solving four problems. The event was sponsored by Crestron Electronics.
Mobile App Development with Web Technologies - Sept 26, 2013
David Daudelin of AT&T gave a talk on how to quickly start developing mobile apps and the pros and cons of web vs. hybrid vs. native app development approaches. David also spoke about job and internship opportunities at AT&T.
How Do Computers See - Sept 12, 2013
Sugata Banerji of New Jersey Institute of Technology gave a talk on some of the popular techniques being used by researchers in the field of content-based image retrieval and included topics such as feature descriptors and classifications systems.
Welcome Party - Sept 4, 2013
Students and faculty of the department got together for a welcome pizza party at the start of the semester.