AFRL Discovery Lab is holding a thee day virtual conference the weekend of September 26-28. This is a student led conference which will cover a variety of technological areas including: Geospatial Technologies, Cyber Physical Systems, Mobile Apps, Cooperative Autonomy and Computer Vision. The conference is free of charge in all respects: there are no travel costs, registration fees, or software charges. All that is required is free software and an interest in learning about cutting-edge technologies. To find out more information please visit http://deep-horizons.net/conference/keep reading....
The Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) Department is nationally recognized for its high quality of research and education. Our energetic, innovative and multidisciplinary faculty are committed to excellence in teaching and innovative research programs at the leading edge of computer science and engineering. We have long standing collaborations with vibrant local, state, and national computer industries, and are in close proximity to Wright Patterson Air Force Base and its research facilities.
Our programs include Undergraduate studies in Computer Science and Computer Engineering and Graduate studies in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Cyber Security. For those interested in supplementing their learning we also have Graduate Certificates in Big and Smart Data and Cyber Security.
Here you will be able to truly reach your fullest potential. You will have excellent interaction with dedicated faculty. The department provides state-of the-art learning environments to students such as our SCALE-UP classrooms. There are also opportunities for students to participate in funded research at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Come explore our department, where you can feel the sense of community, diversity and intellectual vigor.