USU Researchers Explore How to Improve Robotic Interactions and Adaptability
Researchers in the USU computer science department are developing more human-like intelligence using a Boston Dynamics 'Spot' robot. They hope these algorithms will improve future robots' ability to learn and adapt quickly to their environment and within ...
USU Undergrad Takes Top Award in Department of Energy Cybersecurity Competition
For eight grueling hours, Utah State University undergraduate Seth Manesse single-handedly defended a wind farm corporation from relentless cyberattacks, while restoring critical computer systems and ensuring the firm’s customers experienced no service in...
College of Science Graduate Scholars Among USU GRCO Recipients
Five Utah State University College of Science graduate students are among 12 recipients of the USU School of Graduate Studies’ and the Office of Research’s most recent cycle of Graduate Research and Creative Opportunities (GRCO) grants.
Xiaojun Qi Named Head of USU's Department of Computer Science
Utah State University computer scientist Xiaojun Qi is the new head of the Department of Computer Science. College of Science
Dr. Haitao Wang Receives NSF Grant To Study Algorithms For Geometric Shortest Paths
Finding a shortest path between two locations is a natural problem in the real world. In today's information age, shortest path and related problems have been extensively studied in computer and information science. Yet new problems keep emerging as more ...
Taking the Bait: USU Computer Scientist Awarded NSF Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace Grant
If you’ve spent any time online, you’ve seen it: Flashy advertisements, fake news or enticing headlines that distract and lure you down Internet paths you wish you hadn’t pursued...
Registration Open for June 2020 USU App Camps
Registration is open for USU App Camp 2020, a series of summer day camp sessions held on the Utah State University campus, aimed at fostering interest and skills in computer science among middle school-aged youths...
All Aggies Invited to Participate in USU 'Hackathon' Nov. 15-16
Eat. Sleep (not). Code. Repeat. Perhaps you’ve always wanted to learn to code or tinker with hardware or maybe you’re a card-carrying-techie-programming-whiz. Whatever your skill level, all Utah college students are invited to participate in the fifth ann...
App for That: Teens Learn to Code at USU Summer Camp
What’s the first thought that comes to mind when you envision a computer programmer? A nerdy keyboard geek, probably white and male, holed up behind a computer screen in a dark basement? Citing findings from studies published last year, Utah State Univers...
USU Computer Science Department Moves Back to College of Science
Utah State University’s Department of Computer Science returns to the College of Science July 1. University Executive Vice President and Provost Frank Galey said the department’s move, from the College of Engineering back to Science, follows a period of d...
ACM ICPC Rocky Mountain Regionals 2018
On November 2nd and 3rd, 2018 our USU team attended the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC).
Doctoral Student Shares His Experiences
Recent doctoral graduate student Shimin Li shares his experiences earning his Ph.D. at Utah State University.
Ashwani Chahal's Journey
Ashwani Chahal began his journey in the Computer Science department as a Doctorate student in Fall 2016. Now he is employed by Overstock.com as a Senior Software Engineer here is what he has to say about his journey at USU:
ACM Coding Competition
Join the Association for Computing Machinery club for a coding competition on Friday, April 6th from 4:30 to 9:00 in ENGR 103.
Awards Banquet Annoucement
Annual Awards Celebration Tuesday, April 24th 5 - 7 pm Haight Alumni House Spouses and family members are welcome Students get a ticket at the door for prize drawing Dinner catered by Apple Spice Café Bakery
Stephen John Allan
Former faculty member and Associate Department chair, Stephen John Allan, age 68, passed away from lymphoma November 28, 2017
Want CS Job Interview Tips? CS Grad Student Shares His Experience
It’s spring semester and not too late to start thinking about those summer internships if you are not a part of that glorious race known as “the Seniors”. While if you ARE a senior (hats off to you), you are probably in the middle of lining up your first,...