CSE at UNT
Dr. Barrett Bryant and seven CSE students attended the ACM Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing held September 20-23, 2017 in Atlanta, GA. The CSE Department was a bronze sponsor of the conference. Richard Ervin, Jr. and Victor Musasia received scholarships from the conference to attend and Sultanah Alshammari presented at the doctoral symposium. Aaron Arthur, Aaron Batch, Alfredo De Leon, and Marco Duarte received travel awards to attend from the CSE Department, funded in part by the BRAID program. The Tapia conference has always been a premier venue to acknowledge, to promote and to celebrate diversity in computing.
(L-R): Dr. Barrett Bryant, Aaron Arthur, Richard Ervin, Jr., Victor Musasia, Alfredo De Leon, Marco Duarte, Aaron Batch (Sultanah Alshammari not pictured).
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering welcomes students and faculty to Fall 2017! We welcome these new faculty members joining our CSE Department.
Dr. Xuan Guo joins CSE as an Assistant Professor. He has been a postdoctoral research associate at Oak Ridge National Laboratory since 2015, when he graduated with a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Georgia State University. His research areas are bioinformatics (computational biology, machine learning and data mining) and HPC (cloud computing, distributed computing and big data analytics).
Dr. Kirill Morozov will join UNT as an Associate Professor in Spring 2018. In 2005-2016, Dr. Morozov worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Tokyo; then in 2006-2010 as a research scientist at the National Institute of Advanced Science and Technology in Japan; then as assistant and later associate professor at Kyushu University in Japan. He received his Ph.D in Computer Science from University of Aarhus, Denmark, and focuses his research on cybersecurity and cryptography.
Dr. Qing Yang comes to UNT as an Assistant Professor. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science in 2011 from Auburn University and then joined the Gianforte School of Computing at Montana State University where he was recently recommended for tenure and promotion to Associate Professor. His research focuses on the Internet of Things, vehicular networks, trustworthy social networks, network security and privacy. Dr. Yang is currently PI on an NSF EAGER grant.
Please check this website and the student email newsletters that we'll be sending out during the semester for information on our planned activities this semester. Good luck with all of your classes!
Congratulations to our Spring 2017 Graduates from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering
For a full list of Spring 2017 graduates, visit this page.
The UNT Computer Science and Engineering Department will host a number of summer programs for students who are in 8th-12th grades.
- The "UNT GenCyber Summer Program: Inspiring the Next Generation of Cyber Stars in North Texas" is directed by Dr. Takabi and Dr. Akl and jointly funded by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the National Science Foundation (NSF). The goal of this summer camp is to help students understand correct and safe on-line behavior, increase diversity and interest in cybersecurity and careers in the cybersecurity workforce of the Nation. Please see this link for more information.
UNT CyberSecurity Camps
- In addition, there will also be cybersecurity camps hosted at UNT's New College at Frisco. For more information, please visit this page.
UNT Robotics & App Programming Camps
- The robotics and app programming camp is also being provided this summer, with sessions in Denton and Frisco. For more info on those camps, please see this link.
Undergraduate students in capstone classes from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering will present their senior design projects at the UNT College of Engineering’s Design Day on Friday, April 28. CSE students will present their project posters in the hallway in front of the CSE Department from 9 am to 11 am.
Following lunch, Computer Engineering projects for CSCE 4915 Computer Engineering Design II will be presented in B140 at 1:00 pm. Computer Science projects for CSCE 4901 Software Development Capstone will be presented in D212 at 1:00 pm. Information Technology projects for CSCE 4925 Information Technology Capstone II will be presented in D201 at 1 pm. Everyone is invited to attend!