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    CS Department Seminar – Dr. Timothy Havens, Speaker

    Department of Computer Science Seminar
    February 27, 2012 – 4:04 PM – Room G005 – Rekhi Hall
    Title: “Fuzzy Kernel Clustering of Large Scale Biomedical and Bioinformatics Data”

    Dr. Timothy Havens

    Abstract:
    Since the early 1990’s, the ubiquity of personal computing technology has produced an abundance of staggeringly large data sets—it is estimated that Facebook alone logs over 25 terabytes of data per day and large bioinformatics data sets that integrate microarrays,


    CS Creativity Contest

    The Computer Science Department is hosting a Creativity Contest, looking for artwork, designs, and anything creative to adorn the walls of Rekhi Hall. The contest is open to Software Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Systems Science, and Computer Engineering students of all levels, as well as department faculty and staff. Any questions can be sent to csdept@mtu.edu or posted on the Michigan Tech CSCC Facebook wall (http://www.facebook.com/MTUCSCC).


    WiCs Receives $500 NCWIT/Return Path Inc. Award

    Women in Computing Science (WiCS), a student organization supported by the Department of Computer Science (CS) recently received a $500 award from the National Center for Women in Information Technology and Return Path, Inc. through the NCWIT Academic Alliance Student Seed Fund program. The purpose of these awards are to help student-run programs and initiatives that promote increased participation of women in computing and IT programs.


    CS Professors Pastel and Wallace Involved in NSF-sponsored Citizen Science Project

    Dr. Robert Pastel and Dr. Charles Wallace of the Computer Science Department are co-principal investigators on a $249,840 award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) titled “Environmental Cyber Citizens: Engaging Citizen Scientists in Global Environmental Change through Crowdsensing and Visualization”.

    Citizen science aims to bring citizen scientists, ordinary individuals and groups,