Department of Computer Science

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USM Computer Science Student Receives Maine Telecommunications Users Group Scholarship

Congratulations to James Duffy IV, a USM Computer Science major who received the Maine Telecommunications Users Group (MTUG) Scholarship.

Computer Science Faculty and Students Involved With Bioinformatics Research

“This is a wonderful opportunity for our students to learn about cutting-edge computational methodologies and technologies used for genomics research.” Dr. Clare Bates Congdon, Associate Professor of Computer Science

USM Computer Science Undergraduate Wins National Honor

David J. Gagne, undergraduate USM Computer Science Major from Shapleigh, ME, has been awarded an Honorable Mention from the Computing Research Association (CRA) for the annual Outstanding Undergraduate Researchers Award.

USM Computer Science Professor serves on grant review panel

USM Computer Science Professor serves on grant review panel

USM Computer Science Students Present at IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference

USM Computer Science Students Present at IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference

USM Computer Science Students to Present at International Bioinformatics Conference

USM undergraduates David Gagne and Jeffrey Thompson will present their research this month at the IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine (BIBM) in Atlanta, Georgia, November 12-15, 2011.

Dr. Alfred Rizzi from Boston Dynamics to deliver public lecture on legged robotics

Dr. Alfred Rizzi, Chief Robotics Scientist at Boston Dynamics, will present a talk on "Legged Robots at Boston Dynamics" at 4pm on Friday, October 14th, in the Lee Auditorium of the Wishcamper Building on the Portland Campus. The lecture is free and open to the public.

Cell phone technology published in the Chronicle of Higher Education

The August 21, 2011 issue of the Chronicle of Higher Education features a conversation with USM Computer Science Professor Bruce MacLeod regarding the work he and several students do with his research partner, James F. Phillips of Columbia University.

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