How smart is your watch? Rotational smartwatch design research ranked in Top 5% at ACM CHI


A paper co-authored by Department of Computer Science assistant professor Xiaojun Bi has won a prestigious award at this year’s ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (ACM CHI),  which will be presented in Denver, CO May 6-11. The paper outlined the design, decoding algorithm and implementaion for COMPASS, a rotational keyboard that will be used to enter text into smartwatches without touchscreens.

NSF Funds I/UCRC Phase II: CVDI will focus on big data science


​More than five years ago, the National Science Foundation funded the creation of the ), an Industry/University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRC), at Stony Brook University. As a result of the first phase of this I/UCRC and with Department of Computer Science (CS) chair Arie Kaufman serving as CDDA’s co-director, Stony Brook University became a leader in developing industry research partnerships.

NSF CAREER Award for Long Lu Propels Mobile Security Solutions

Professor Long Lu


The Department of Computer Science is happy to announce that assistant professor Long Lu has received the prestigious NSF CAREER award. This is Lu’s fourth NSF award and eighth research grant since joining the department, securing over $3 million dollars in research funding. Upon becoming a recipient, Lu joins more than a dozen colleagues in the CS department as a CAREER awardees. Lu's CAREER grant supports his research in rethinking mobile security in today’s app-as-a-platform environment.