• CS and Home Security: Alumnus’ Business Continues to Grow

    BYU computer science alumnus Wade Anderson had always wanted to be an entrepreneur, so when he got to college he didn’t waste any time.
  • Big Data Is a Big Deal

    Imagine working on important projects for major companies such as Adobe, FamilySearch, and Qualtrics as an undergraduate student. That’s what students do for their final projects in Dr. Quinn Snell and Dr. Christophe Giraud-Carrier’s Big Data Science and Capstone course in BYU’s computer science department.

03 May, Tuesday
Add/Drop Deadline
12:00 AM
Devotional: Stephen W. Liddle, Information Systems
11:05 AM
05 May, Thursday
11:00 AM
10 May, Tuesday
Devotional: Rebecca Schroeder, Harold B. Lee Library
11:05 AM
17 May, Tuesday
Forum: Larry Howell, Mechanical Engineering
11:05 AM
24 May, Tuesday
Devotional: Blake Peterson, Mathematics Education
11:05 AM
30 May, Monday
Memorial Day- No Classes
12:00 AM
13 June, Monday
Last Day of Classes
12:00 AM
14 June, Tuesday
Exam Preparation
12:00 AM
Graphical Narrative Interfaces: Representing Spatiotemporal Information for a Human-Robot Team with a Highly Autonomous RobotHiroaki Nakano’s MS Thesis Defense/PhD Qualifying Process
Tuesday, May 3rd at 2:00 pm
In 3350 TMCB
Advisor: Mike Goodrich
Using Highly Structured Data to Increase the Quality of Learning

Tim Price’s MS Thesis Proposal
Wednesday, May 4th at 2:00 pm
In 3350 TMCB
Advisor: Ryan Farrell

On the Abuse and Defense of Internet Protocols

Colloquium presented by Casey Deccio
Thursday, May 5, 2016 
11:00am 1170 TMCB

Intelligent Pen: A Least Cost Search Approach to Stroke Extraction in Historical DocumentsKevin Bauer’s MS Thesis Defense
Monday, May 9th at 3:00 pm
In 3350 TMCB
Advisor: Bill Barrett
Barriers to Initiation of Open Source Software Projects in Research Libraries J. Curtis Thacker’s MS Thesis Defense
Monday, May 16th at 10:00 am
In 3350 TMCB
Advisor: Christophe Giraud-Carrier