Cyber Wolfstock: Symposium and Alumni Event Highlight Security Research at Stony Brook


The at Stony Brook University hosted a weekend full of lectures, research presentations and networking discussions focused on the research areas of cyber security and privacy. The events were held in conjunction with the University’s alumni weekend, Wolfstock, held in early October.

Siemens Semi-Finalist Mentored by CS Team

Professor Minh Hoai Nguyen and PhD student Yang Wang mentored successful high school student

All of the work during the summer of 2017 paid off for Justin Zhang and his mentors from the Department of Computer Science at Stony Brook University. Justin learned in October 2017 that his research made it to the semi-final round of the prestigious Siemens Competition.

All Devices. All of the time.

NSF Funds Write Once App Programming Model

In our constantly changing world we’ve come to rely on apps to tell us everything from the weather and today’s news to traffic and fitness tips. Between the hustle and bustle of daily life we overlook the intricate technology it takes to make those apps available on all of our devices such as tablets, phones and smartwatches.

New Career Opportunity in CS


If you have a strong commitment to excellence in teaching, you should apply to become a Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science.

This position requires experience teaching computer science at the university level. You will engage our undergraduates in interesting introductory courses and possibly work with graduate students. 

Professor-student duo earn best paper at ACM-BCB

ACM Bioinformatics, Computational Biology and Health Informtics (BCB) recognizes Patro and Malik's research

Professor-student Duo Earn Best Paper at ACM-BCB


The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) held its eighth conference on Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, and Health Informatics, otherwise known as the ACM-BCB.



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