• 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.

  • "Alexa, can we have a real conversation?"

    Ask her what she likes and she has an answer ready for you: “Holy rusted metal, Batman, I enjoy science. Especially astronomy.” Ask her to tell you about herself more generally? She’s still figuring that one out: “There’s not much to tell. I’m a complicated pile of software running on Amazon’s servers.
  • Student-Developed App is an Instagram Game Changer

    Millennials might need to put down their avocado toast for this news: BYU computer science student Candice Lusk has developed the perfect solution for 20-somethings posing for Instagram photos as they courageously backpack through Tibet and Thailand.

  • BYU CS Students Tackle Big Data

    Computer science and statistics students sat huddled together, heads close together, animatedly debating which company they wanted to work for.

  • 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.

04 July, Wednesday
Independence Day- No Classes
12:00 AM
Signal Structure for a Class of Nonlinear Dynamic Systems

​Meilan Jin
MS Thesis Defense
Wednesday, May 30th, 2018
3350 TMCB
Advisor: Sean Warnick