CEAS Majors/Minors: Looking to add or drop?

 
As of May 1, 2018, all requests to add or drop CEAS majors and minors must be completed via the new online CEAS Major/Minor Declaration/Drop Form: goo.gl/sS3RWg

Mathematical Oncology: Using Math to Fight Cancer

 

SIAM News Publishes Professor Tannenbaum's Complex Network Research

In April the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) published Professor Allen Tannenbaum's research, Robustness of Complex Networks with Applications to Cancer Biology

May 4 - Super Human AI for Strategic Reasoning, Shutterstock Distinguished Lecture

 

Join the Department of Computer Science on May 4 for the last Shutterstock Distinguished Lecture of the semester: Super-Human AI for Strategic Reasoning: Libratus Beats Top Pros in Heads-Up No-Limit Texas Hold'em

kidOYO Summer Camp Returns to SBU July 2018

 

Coding camp mentors receive service awards and are ready for the summer season!

The Department of Computer Science is once again pleased to be the host site in Suffolk County for . A kidOYO experience includes five full days of technology rich education and fun.

Engineering Change: Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Sponsors Single-cell RNA-seq Research

 

Professor Robert Patro earned the distinction this month of being one of 83 principal investigators from nine countries and four continents to receive a research grant from the  DAF (CZI), an advised fund of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation.

April 28 - REGISTER NOW! Cemtrex Gaming Coding Challenge

 

SBU Students: Sign-up today at www.HackCetx.com

Coding Challenge

The coding challenge will take place on Saturday, April 28, 2018 between 12pm and 10pm in the New Computer Science building, Stony Brook University. Ten to fifteen teams of are expected to participate at the event for a total of 30–50 students. The winners of the coding challenge will be offered internships at Cemtrex (if eligible) and their project could be featured in the upcoming Smartdesk. 

**Important: CSE Undergraduate Curriculum Update

 

The Department of Computer Science has recently revised certain core parts of the CSE curriculum.

These revisions are described in the 2018-2019 edition of the Undergraduate Bulletin and officially apply to students matriculating in Fall 2018 or later. Some of the changes may also affect current students.

This FAQ explains the CSE course revisions for Fall 2018. 

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