Welcome to the Computer Science Department
In the ever-changing world that we live in, much of the future lies in the hands of today’s and tomorrow’s computer scientists. USU's Computer Science Department offers students the opportunity to help shape the future.
Our graduate program is constantly expanding and many research opportunities are available for all Computer Science students in:
|- Multi Agent Systems
- Automated Code Generation
- Program Optimization
- Analysis of Algorithms
- Programming Languages
- Artificial Intelligence
- Software-engineering principles
- Models, and Methods
- Object Orientation
- Distributed Systems
- Development Tools
- Multimedia Applications
- Software Systems
- Computational Biology
- Intelligent Systems
- Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)
- Human-Centered Computing (HCC)
- Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)
|- Crisis Informatics
- Mobile Technologies
- Discrete and Computational Geometry
- Combinatorial Optimization
- Bioinformatics Algorithms
- Assistive Technology
- Social Computing
- Web-scale Information Management
- Distributed Data-Intensive Systems
- Large-scale Networked Information Systems
- Security in Cyber-physical Systems
- Wireless and Mobile Network security
- Security and Privacy Issues in Cloud Computing
- Content-Based Image/Video
- Participatory Design
- Social Media
USU’s Computer Science Program also boasts one of the highest job placement rates and starting salaries for graduates at Utah State University. With a job market that is projected to grow by 30% over the next decade, USU’s Computer Science Department is poised to help fuel innovation and create tomorrow’s leaders in Computer Science.
The undergraduate Computer Science programs are accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commision of ABET: http://www.abet.org.
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News and Announcements
- USU researchers highlighted in the MIT technology review
- Dr. Kyumin Lee is featured in MIT Technology Review
- Graduate Student Fellowships
- Please click here for information on two fellowships available for graduate students.
- Free Software and Linux Club Meeting
- The USU Free Software and Linux club will be meeting tomorrow, February 5th at 7:00 in Old Main room 115. We will have a presentation by Doug Johnson on the history of Operating Systems and Unix, then we will have time open for questions, general Linux help, or just socializing.
- Open Faculty Positions for Fall 2014
- Applications are invited for multiple open faculty positions at the Assistant Professor level, for employment beginning Fall semester, 2014.
- PhD Qualifying Policy Updated
- The PhD qualifying policy has been updated as of January 8th, 2014. Please check the link above to see the new policy information.
- Undergraduate Research Assistant
- Undergraduate Research Assistant Opportunity - Deadline for Applications is Friday 11/23!
- Sandia National Laboratories Tech Talk
- Sandia National Laboratories will be on-campus presenting a Tech Talk on Internship Opportunities.
- Job Opportunity
- Job Opportunity at Plexus.
- USU Students Participate in a World Wide Competitoin
- 3 Students at Utah State Participate in a Worldwide Programming Competition. Come help them out!
- USU Welcomes Dr. Nguyen to the CS Department
- USU would like to welcome one of its newest faculty members, Dr. Nguyen. Click on the link to get to know him a little better.
- FSLC Creates A Masterpiece on Aggie Boulevard
- Homecoming week has brought out aspiring artists to once again paint Aggie Boulevard and the Free Software and Linux Club brought their A Game.
- Fall Semester Employment Application
- Please read the important information. The form you can find at Home page/Policies and Forms/CS Graduate student employment application on our cs webpage.
- Fellowship and Scholarship Opportunities for Graduate Students
- Please see the attached memo from Mark McLellan. he application links for these scholarships are at pages.
- Multiscale Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Yeast Colony Development.
- Dr. Nicholas Flann has recently been awarded a five year, $335K grant from the National Institute of Health entitled “Multiscale Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Yeast Colony Development.”
- NSF Grant Awarded to Develop User Privacy in the Cloud
- Dr. Ming Li, Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science, was awarded a sizable NSF grant for his project "Towards User Privacy in Outsourced Cloud Data Services".
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Jerry Westberg is a USU Alumni who graduated with honors and is now representing the Aggies at the U of U in their Masters program.
Dallin Osmun, an undergraduate in Computer Science at Utah State University, developed some of the first iPhone apps to land in the store.
Shay Merrill, graduating December, lands a full time position with MasterControl by taking advantage of our CS internship program.