Computer Science at George Mason University

Computer Science at George Mason University The Dept. of Computer Science is the largest department in the Volgenau School of Engineering and one of the largest on campus. We have a world-class faculty with research strengths in almost all areas of computing and a strong commitment to teaching.

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Professor Jonathan Bell wins the Dahl-Nygaard prize for contributions in Programming Languages https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/p...
12/03/2019
Professor Jonathan Bell wins the Dahl-Nygaard prize for contributions in Programming Languages | George Mason Department of Computer Science

Professor Jonathan Bell wins the Dahl-Nygaard prize for contributions in Programming Languages https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/professor-jonathan-bell-wins-the-dahl-nygaard-prize-for-contributions-in-programming-languages/ #gmucs #gmu

Professor Jonathan Bell wins the Dahl-Nygaard prize. The prizes are named after Ole-Johan Dahl and Kristen Nygaard, whose pioneering conceptual and technical work in the sixties shaped that view of programming and modeling which is now known as object-orientation.

High School Student (Chugh) and undergraduate (Solis) mentored by Prof. Latoza win the best paper honorable mention awar...
10/17/2019
High School Student (Chugh) and undergraduate (Solis) mentored by Prof. Latoza win the best paper honorable mention award at VL/HCC. | George Mason Department of Computer Science

High School Student (Chugh) and undergraduate (Solis) mentored by Prof. Latoza win the best paper honorable mention award at VL/HCC. https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/high-school-student-chugh-and-undergraduate-solis-mentored-by-prof-latoza-win-the-best-paper-honorable-mention-award-at-vlhcc/ #gmucs #gmu

Congratulations to Kartik Chugh, Andrea Y. Solis and Thomas D. LaToza for winning the best paper honorable mention award at the 2019 IEEE Symposium on Visual Language and Human-Centric Computing (VL/HCC), for their paper titled "Editable AI: Mixed Human-AI Authoring of Code Patterns"

Students Al-Amin and Panneer along with faculty members from CS@Mason win Best Paper award at Data Science Conference ht...
10/10/2019
Students Al-Amin and Panneer along with faculty members from [email protected] win Best Paper award at Data Science Conference | George Mason Department of Computer Science

Students Al-Amin and Panneer along with faculty members from [email protected] win Best Paper award at Data Science Conference https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/students-al-amin-and-panneer-along-with-faculty-members-from-csmason-win-best-paper-award-at-data-science-conference/ #gmucs #gmu

Congratulations to Al Amin Hosain, Panneer Selvam Santhalingam, Parth Pathak, Jana Kosecka and Huzefa Rangwala for winning the best research paper award at the 6th IEEE International Conference on Data Science and Advanced Analytics.

Mason Alumnus Talks About Experience at CS@Mason https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/mason-alumnus-talks-about-experience-at-csmason...
06/01/2019
Alumnus Talks About [email protected] Experience | George Mason Department of Computer Science

Mason Alumnus Talks About Experience at [email protected] https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/mason-alumnus-talks-about-experience-at-csmason/ #gmu,#gmucs

Mason alumnus Joey Meyer developed an appreciation for using his imagination to build ever since he was a child fascinated by Legos. After graduating from McLean High School in Virginia, he still wanted to create, and earning an engineering degree was his goal.

CS Awards Dinner Honors Students and Staff  https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/cs-awards-dinner-honors-students-and-staff-2/ #gmu #...
05/22/2019
CS Awards Dinner Honors Students and Staff | George Mason Department of Computer Science

CS Awards Dinner Honors Students and Staff https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/cs-awards-dinner-honors-students-and-staff-2/ #gmu #gmucs

The annual CS Department Graduation Celebration and Awards Dinner was held on May 15, 2019 to honor students, faculty, and staff for outstanding achievement. Among the award winners, Katherine Hough was recognized as the Outstanding Undergraduate of the Year while Nasrin Akhter and Jianchao Tian wer...

An Improved Method to Cluster Biological Molecule Structures  https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/an-improved-method-to-cluster-biol...
05/22/2019
An Improved Method to Cluster Biological Molecule Structures | George Mason Department of Computer Science

An Improved Method to Cluster Biological Molecule Structures https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/an-improved-method-to-cluster-biological-molecule-structures/ #gmu #gmucs

A new study by Kazi Kabir, Nasrin Akhter, and Amarda Shehu, researchers at George Mason University, allows one to get the structural dynamics that come from repeated Molecular Dynamics simulations by finding the relation between stable and semi-stable structures of protein molecules and by looking a...

Professor Daniel Menasce gave the keynote address at the joint 21st International Conference on ICEIS and the 14th Inter...
05/06/2019
Professor Daniel Menasce gave the keynote address at the joint 21st International Conference on ICEIS and the 14th International Conference on ENASE | George Mason Department of Computer Science

Professor Daniel Menasce gave the keynote address at the joint 21st International Conference on ICEIS and the 14th International Conference on ENASE https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/professor-daniel-menasce-gave-the-keynote-address/ #gmu #gmucs

Professor Daniel Menasce gave the keynote address “Taming Complexity with Self-Managing Systems” at the joint 21st International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS) and the 14th International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Approaches to Software Engineering (ENASE) in Herakli...

Professor Alex Brodsky serves as a co-Chair of the 21-st International Conference on Enterprise Information System (ICEI...
05/02/2019
Professor Alex Brodsky serves as a co-Chair of the 21-st International Conference on Enterprise Information System (ICEIS-2019) held in Heraklion, Greece, May 3-5, 2019. | George Mason Department of Computer Science

Professor Alex Brodsky serves as a co-Chair of the 21-st International Conference on Enterprise Information System (ICEIS-2019) held in Heraklion, Greece, May 3-5, 2019. https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/professor-alex-brodsky-serves-as-a-co-chair-of-the-21-st-international-conference-on-enterprise-information-system-iceis-2019-held-in-heraklion-greece-may-3-5-2019/ #gmu #gmucs

ICEIS-2019 brings together researchers, engineers and practitioners interested in the advances and business applications of information systems. Six simultaneous tracks will be held, covering different aspects of Enterprise Information Systems Applications, including Enterprise Database Technology,....

Professors Shehu and Yu Weigh in on "Will China surpass the US in AI technology?"  https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/pro...
04/26/2019
Professors Shehu and Yu Weigh in on "Will China surpass the US in AI technology?" | George Mason Department of Computer Science

Professors Shehu and Yu Weigh in on "Will China surpass the US in AI technology?" https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/professors-shehu-and-yu-weigh-in-on-will-china-surpass-the-us-in-ai-technology/ #gmu #gmucs

The United States and China recognize artificial intelligence (AI) as critical to the future of the global economy and military. But the United States needs to speed up its development efforts and invest significantly more in research to remain the world leader, said George Mason University computer...

Ph.D. students Lutful Kazi Kabir and Nasrin Akhter and professor Amarda Shehu receive Best Paper Award at BICOB 2019  ht...
03/21/2019
Ph.D. students Lutful Kazi Kabir and Nasrin Akhter and professor Amarda Shehu receive Best Paper Award at BICOB 2019 | George Mason Department of Computer Science

Ph.D. students Lutful Kazi Kabir and Nasrin Akhter and professor Amarda Shehu receive Best Paper Award at BICOB 2019 https://goo.gl/bvXe9i #gmu #gmucs

Congratulations to PhD students Lutful Kazi Kabir and Nasrin Akhter and professor Amarda Shehu whose paper “Connecting Molecular Energy Landscape Analysis with Markov Model-based Analysis of Equilibrium Structural Dynamics” received the Best Paper Award at the 11th International Conference on Bi...

Prof. Osterweil is securing the building blocks of the Internet  https://goo.gl/G2znFw #gmu #gmucs
02/12/2019
Prof. Osterweil is securing the building blocks of the Internet | George Mason Department of Computer Science

Prof. Osterweil is securing the building blocks of the Internet https://goo.gl/G2znFw #gmu #gmucs

Prof. Osterweil, who joined Mason in fall 2018, is building a team of researchers to investigate ways to improve the security of core Internet protocols, including inter-domain routing, the super-highway of the Internet that carries all traffic­­, and the Domain Name System (DNS), the system that ...

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The department offers two BS programs in Computer Science and Applied Computer Science; four MS programs in Computer Science, Information Systems, Information Security and Assurance, and Software Engineering; and a PhD program in Computer Science. For more information about the department, visit our website at cs.gmu.edu or e-mail us at one of the addresses below: Information about PhD program: [email protected] Information about MS programs: [email protected] Information about undergraduate programs: [email protected] Administrative support: [email protected]

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