• BYU students win E3 game competition

    She’s a little bit classical; he’s a little bit rock and roll. And they fight to the beat of a classical-rock mashup in a video game that just earned BYU students top prize in E3's College Game Competition.

  • Playing with Swarms

    Hearing Dr. Michael Goodrich talk about his research in human-robot interaction, you might not realize that he works at all.   “[Human-robot interaction is] a great place to play,” Goodrich said. “It’s mostly play for me. . . . If it has a human and it has a robot, I am probably interested in it.”
  • YubiKey Usability Study Represents Undergraduate Research Success

    Joshua Reynolds will present research he completed as a BYU undergraduate on YubiKey usability at the 39th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy on May 23, 2018. This is the top academic computer security conference where only 11 percent of all papers submitted were accepted this year.

  • Computer Science Alumnus Scott Ruoti Receives Award

    Scott Ruoti (PhD, 2016) was selected as a co-recipient of the 2017 John Karat Usable Privacy and Security Student Research Award, which honors top students in the field of usable privacy and security. The award is based on research quality, mentoring, and citizenship.

24 July, Tuesday
Pioneer Day! No classes.
12:00 AM
16 August, Thursday
BYU Graduation: Commencement
04:00 PM
17 August, Friday
BYU Graduation: Convocation for CS
08:00 AM
20 August, Monday
BYU Education Week
12:00 AM
Representation, Identifiability, and Reconstruction of Linear, Time-Invariant Networks

Nathan Woodbury
PhD Dissertation Proposal
Monday, July 16th, 2018 at 3:00 PM
1110 TMCB
Advisor: Sean Warnick

An Algorithm for Symbolic Computing of Singular Limits of Dynamical Systems

Dane Bjork
MS Thesis Defense
Thursday, July 19th, 2018 at 10:00am
3346 TMCB
Advisor: Sean Warnick

Machine Learning for Inspired, Structured, Lyrical Music Composition

Paul Bodily
PhD Dissertation Defense
Friday, July 20th, 2018 at 10:00am
3350 TMCB
Advisor: Dan Ventura