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.

Students and alumni of the Computer Science department at George Mason University. http://cs.gmu.edu

Department of Computer Science poised for growth https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/department-of-computer-science-poised-for-growt...
05/28/2020
Department of Computer Science poised for growth | George Mason Department of Computer Science

Department of Computer Science poised for growth https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/department-of-computer-science-poised-for-growth/ #gmu #gmucs

Given the importance of computing in today's world, Mason Engineering’s Department of Computer Science (CS) has expanded its depth and reach and is well-positioned to help more students develop expertise in computer science and computing to meet the needs of industry.

Congratulations to Prof. Jeff Offutt for being honored with 2020 Presidential Awards for Faculty Excellence https://cs.g...
05/21/2020
Congratulations to Prof. Jeff Offutt for being honored with 2020 Presidential Awards for Faculty Excellence | George Mason Department of Computer Science

Congratulations to Prof. Jeff Offutt for being honored with 2020 Presidential Awards for Faculty Excellence https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/congratulations-to-prof-jeff-offutt-for-being-honored-with-2020-presidential-awards-for-faculty-excellence/ #gmucs #gmu

The John Toups Medal for Excellence in Teaching: Jeff Offutt, a computer science professor in the Volgenau School of Engineering. The Toups Medal honors a faculty member whose teaching exemplifies Mason’s commitment to transformative learning. Offutt, an instructor at Mason for 27 years, is a univ...

CS Department Faculty and Staff Share their Best Wishes with the Graduating Class of 2020 https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/cs-dep...
05/19/2020
CS Department Faculty and Staff Share their Best Wishes with the Graduating Class of 2020 | George Mason Department of Computer Science

CS Department Faculty and Staff Share their Best Wishes with the Graduating Class of 2020 https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/cs-department-faculty-and-staff-share-their-best-wishes-with-thegraduating-class-of-2020/ #gmu #gmucs

Congratulations on this wonderful achievement! All of us at the Computer Science Department are extremely proud of your success. We have seen first-hand how much effort you put into your learning. Those countless hours trying to debug that SEGFAULT, or trying to understand that 10-page project speci...

Department Awards and Recognizes Distinguished Students, Teaching Assistants, Faculty and Staff for 2020. https://cs.gmu...
05/14/2020
Department Awards and Recognizes Distinguished Students, Teaching Assistants, Faculty and Staff for 2020. | George Mason Department of Computer Science

Department Awards and Recognizes Distinguished Students, Teaching Assistants, Faculty and Staff for 2020. https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/department-awards-and-recognizes-distinguished-students-teaching-assistants-faculty-and-staff-for-2020/ #gmu #gmucs

Each May, the Department of Computer Science honors award recipients at a Graduation Celebration and Awards Dinner. It is unfortunate that this year’s event cannot take place.

Kudos to Professors Neary, Snyder, Soundararajan and Maddox for Fall 2019 Mason Core Awards https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/kudo...
05/08/2020
Kudos to Professors Neary, Snyder, Soundararajan and Maddox for Fall 2019 Mason Core Awards | George Mason Department of Computer Science

Kudos to Professors Neary, Snyder, Soundararajan and Maddox for Fall 2019 Mason Core Awards https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/kudos-to-professors-neary-snyder-soundararajan-and-maddox-for-fall-2019-mason-core-awards/ #gmucs #gmu

Mason Core classes are critical for engaging students and helping to create Mason Graduates: Well-Rounded Citizens and Engaged Scholars who are Prepared to Act. We are very grateful for their commitment to excellent teaching in the Mason Core. The Fall 2019 Mason Core Teaching Recognition recipients...

Professor Alex Brodsky serves as conference co-chair of the 22nd International Conference on Enterprise Information Syst...
05/06/2020
Professor Alex Brodsky serves as conference co-chair of the 22nd International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS-2020), which is taking place May 5-7, 2020. | George Mason Department of Computer Science

Professor Alex Brodsky serves as conference co-chair of the 22nd International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS-2020), which is taking place May 5-7, 2020. https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/professor-alex-brodsky-serves-as-conference-co-chair-of-the-22nd-international-conference-on-enterprise-information-systems-iceis-2020-which-is-taking-place-may-5-7-2020/ #gmucs #gmu

ICEIS, which traditionally accepts under 25% of submissions as full papers, brings together researchers, engineers and practitioners from nearly fifty countries who are interested in the areas of (1) Databases and Information Systems Integration, (2) Artificial Intelligence and Decision Support Syst...

Prof. Sood retires at the end of Spring 2020 after an illustrious career at Mason https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/prof-sood-reti...
05/05/2020
Prof. Sood retires at the end of Spring 2020 after an illustrious career at Mason | George Mason Department of Computer Science

Prof. Sood retires at the end of Spring 2020 after an illustrious career at Mason https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/prof-sood-retires-at-the-end-of-spring-2020-after-an-illustrious-career-at-mason/ #gmucs #gmu

“Many people need to learn computer science concepts and how to apply them. If you are a social scientist, you need computing skills. If you’re a physicist you will rely on computing,” says Sood, who is retiring this spring. His research focuses on cybersecurity using resilience and restoratio...

Professor Mark Pullen retires after 28 years at Mason. https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/professor-mark-pullen-retires-after-18-ye...
04/20/2020
Professor Mark Pullen retires after 28 years at Mason. | George Mason Department of Computer Science

Professor Mark Pullen retires after 28 years at Mason. https://cs.gmu.edu/blog/professor-mark-pullen-retires-after-18-years-at-mason/ #gmu #gmucs

Professor Mark Pullen is retiring at the end of the Spring 2020 semester after 28 years as a faculty member at Mason. Read more about his impact at Mason and in the broader computer science community here: https://volgenau.gmu.edu/news/584881

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.

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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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