The Computer Science Department has a three-pronged mission:
- to pursue and to publicize research projects in computer science in order to extend the present state of knowledge in the computing field;
- to educate students in all program levels in order to provide them with the knowledge, interest, and ethics to become productive members of the computing profession;
- to serve as an initial and continuing source of education in the field of computer science.
Research & News
Congratulations to Don Stauffer, Layla Alachkar, and Corey Cuba for being awarded undergraduate scholarships from ConocoPhillips and Devon.
The Computer Science Department received an additional $2000 grant from ExxonMobil.
Dr. Crick Awarded NSF National Robotics Grant
Dr. Christopher Crick, in partnership with colleagues in the College of Engineering and the Department of Psychology, has been awarded a $900,000 grant under the auspices of the National Science Foundation's National Robotics Initiative.
Dr. Christopher Crick, in partnership with other colleagues at OSU and other universities, has been awarded a $6 million NSF Award. The award will be an OSU-led collaboration to develop weather research UAVs.
COMSC Students Win OSU App Center Competition
Congratulations to Marcus Gabilheri, Alexander Melton, Chris Portokalis and Aaron Weaver for their first place wins in the 2014-15 OSU App Center Competition, as well as Ashwin Kumarasamy, Matthew Litchfield and Tyler Weppler for runner-up wins.
M.S. Student Placed Third in A&S 3MT Competition
Congratulation to Akhil Guli for finishing in third place in the Spring 2015 College of Arts & Science Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition. He will move on to the OSU Final on April 16.
2014-2015 Fisher Scholarships
Congratulations to the 2014-2015 Fisher scholars: Jiangmin Yu, Ashwin Kumarasamy, Hussachai Puripunpinyo, and Rakesh Ravishankar.
There is now a Facebook page for the Computer Science department. Please share it with others so students and alumni alike can keep up with department happenings.
Dr. Crick's robot torso spells out OSU