The program will begin with a Welcome Address in the Auditorium, B155, at 9 am. The following paper is accepted for publication and presentation at the 7th IEEE International Conference on Software Security and Reliability, to be held June 18-20, 2013 in Washington, DC. They are working two different architecture related projects and collaborating with members of the CSRL. Barrett Bryant co-chaired the Programming Languages Track of the ACM Symposium on Applied Computing in Coimbra, Portugal. Tarau was a presenter at the very first SAC PL Track. Bryant also serves on the SAC Steering Committee and visited the University of Salamanca, Spain, to help plan SAC 2015.
Poster and project presentations will be made in the Discovery Park Foyer from am to am. I Distinguished Professor in the Department of Computer Science at The University of Texas at Dallas. "VULCAN" Vulnerability assessment framework for Cloud computing" by P. This was the 20th Programming Languages Track at SAC, having been founded by Dr. Both the University of Salamanca and the University of Coimbra are among the oldest universities in Europe. Mahadevan Gomathisankaran, all CSE faculty members, are Technical Committee Members. Mohammed Yassine Belkhouche, a Summer 2012 CSE graduate and adjunct CSE faculty member, is also on the Technical Committee. Murali Varanasi, faculty member in the UNT Department of Electrical Engineering, and Dr.
About Me: I am currently doing a Post-Doc at INESC-ID, University of Lisbon in Portugal. Quick Biography: Post-Doc at INESC-ID, University of Lisbon in Portugal; Ph. During my studies, I did several internships as well in the industry (Microsoft Innovation Center, Emakina) as in the academic (KTH, CERN).
I am working on automatic patch generation technique and fault loclization. I also created and maintain several open-source projects for research purposes and more.
↑ The Department of Computer Science and Engineering hosted Professor Raymond Mooney, in this picture, from the University of Texas at Austin as a Distinguished Speaker on April 4, 2013.
His presentation was on Grounded Language Learning.Congratulations to our CSE students who will be graduating in May. After you graduate, I hope you will continue to support our Department of Computer Science and Engineering.You can keep in touch with us by registering on the alumni page of our website. Patrick Kamongi has been accepted to attend the LASER 2013 Software Engineering for the Cloud and Big Data Summer School to be held September 8-14, 2013, in Elba, Italy.The Xbox game programming camp is a one-week day camp that will engage middle and high school students in team, project-oriented activities that utilize laptops, XNA Framework (which is provided by Microsoft), and Xbox 360 gaming consoles.Students will learn coding and programming principles and develop an understanding of the role of physics and mathematics in game design.This is an online tool that students can continue to use at home after the camp.A number of apps will be developed using animation, user interaction and phone services such as texting, phone services, GPS, web services, google maps and more! Camps are open to all area students that will be entering grades 8 through 12 in the Fall of 2013.Students will have the opportunity to play the games and therefore to see the results of their programming.The Android App Camp is a new Robo Camp offering for Summer 2013.CSE Senior Projects to be presented on Design Day on April 26 Security Workshop hosted by CSE Department Computer Systems Research Lab News News from Software Engineering Language Lab CSE faculty and graduate co-chair ICCCNT'13 Distinguished Speaker Seminars continue Robo Camp and Grandparents University Pepsi Co Scholarship awarded to Tawfiq Shah Italian students visiting Computer Systems Research Lab this semester Students from Thailand studying in CSE Department Outstanding Undergraduate Student in Computer Science — Aaron Buchanan Outstanding Undergraduate Student in Computer Engineering — Charles Goodrum Outstanding Undergraduate Student in Information Technology — James Glenn Outstanding Master's Student in Computer Science — Brandon Potter Outstanding Master's Student in Computer Engineering — Chaitra Vijaygopalraj Urs Outstanding Ph D Student in Computer Science and Engineering — Geng Zheng Outstanding Students recognize CSE faculty members CSE Students defend Ph D Dissertations Students defend MS Theses CSE Graduate Students win awards in first Graduate Exhibition Support UNT SHPE! Advising Corner Exit Interview for Graduating Graduate Students on May 6th Course Exit Surveys help improve our undergraduate programs Dear CSE Students, The Spring 2013 semester will end in a few weeks, but before that many of our undergraduate students will be making presentations at the College of Engineering's Design Day on April 26.Students will be presenting their posters between and am in the main hall of Discovery Park.