Top-Cited Security Paper for CS Professor Pandey


Computer security continues to be the focus for leading researchers around the world, raising the bar in terms of the depth of the research, the quality and the competitiveness.  Research quality or scholarly impact is commonly measured through the number of citations a particular publication receives. 

With one of the top-cited security papers from 1981 to 2017, Professor Omkant Pandey in the Department of Computer Science at Stony Brook is enjoying the recognition that comes with co-authoring the fifth most cited security research publication in the world.

3D Scanning Lab


Borodin's Charmtech raises $300G from Faculty and Grads


Reprint of Newsday article and photo from Jan. 16, 2018

Charmtech Labs LLC, a literacy software company, has raised about $300,000 in a seed-funding round from eight Stony Brook University graduates and faculty members, the company’s chief executive said.

Human Interaction Lab

Combine Lab

Pair of CS Faculty Lead 2018 Conference Programming


As the new year begins, the Department of Computer Science is proud to announce two of our faculty members are the leading the program committees of two major research conferences in 2018.

First up is the ACM HotMobile 2018 conference, Stony Brook University professor Aruna Balasubramanian is the program chair for this conference taking place from February 12-13. ACM HotMobile 2018 is the 19th International Workshop on Mobile Computing Systems and Applications.


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