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Recent accomplishments from Computer Science Department students.
Several CS students and faculty had articles recently published in the International Journal of Computers and Technology.
Walter Squires '16 won second place and the silver medal at the international Student Research Competition (SRC) in May 2016.
The Computer Science Department organized its traditional gathering of alumni, students, faculty, and guests on April 22, 2016, in Arrigoni Center.
Upsilon Pi Epsilon welcomed its 2016 inductees on April 22, 2016.
Many Computer Science majors were recognized for their outstanding academic achievements at the Honors Convocation on Sunday, May 1.
Students from the Computer Science Department attended and presented research at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research in April.
These exciting forums are intended to provide faculty and students with opportunities to share their latest research results, exchange ideas, and seek new research directions and collaborations.
Walter Squires '16 has been accepted to participate in the Student Research Competition at the 3rd IEEE/ACM International Conference on Mobile Software Engineering and Systems.
The Computer Science Department welcomed international students beginning the Computer Science program.
Vanessa Santana ’16 was awarded an NSF Conferenceship to attend the third annual Women in Cyber Security (WiCyS) Conference.
Paolina Centonze, Ph.D., and a group of Iona students continue to raise cyber security awareness on- and off-campus.
On November 8, Iona Computer Science students concentrating in Cyber Security joined Professor Paolina Centonze, Ph.D. in presentations to prospective students and parents at Iona's Open House.
Iona College students continued cyber security awareness with a presentation to an AP Computer Science class at New Rochelle High School.
Student Walter Squires has been granted a scholarship award of $1,000 to attend the 2015 Annual Computer Security Applications Conference.
Paolina Centonze, Ph.D., led a group of Iona College students to present a cyber security awareness talk at Iona Preparatory High School.
Paolina Centonze, Ph.D., has co-authored several scholarly papers in collaboration with researchers from IBM's Thomas J. Watson Research Center during the last few months.
Walter Squires '16 and Professor Paolina Centonze, Ph.D. will present at the 2015 ACSAC in Los Angeles.
Chelsea Marie Ramsingh '16, a computer science student, recently won a 2015 Upsilon Pi Epsilon Scholarship Award.
The Department of Homeland Security is actively recruiting cyber security professionals.
Recent accomplishments from Computer Science Department professors include article publishing and grant awards.
The annual event, hosted by the Computer Science Department, took place in April 2015 and featured presentations by several alumni.
Iona's chapter of the International Honor Society for Computer and Information Disciplines, inducted eight students in April 2015.
Several students from the Computer Science Department presented research at the conference in April 2015.
Smiljana Petrovic, Ph.D., Gary Berton (Institute of Thomas Paine Study) and Sean Campbell '16 recently presented at Eleventh International Conference on Technology, Knowledge, and Society.
CS Graduate, Sean O'Shea, co-founds Majestyk Apps, which has been selected as a Winner in the IBM Watson Challenge. The company will be creating an adaptive learning platform around IBM's Watson.
The CS Department announces new concentrations in Cyber Security in both the undergraduate and graduate programs.
Dr. Marco Pistoia spoke at the CS Seminar about the importance of Cybersecurity in the Computer Science course of studies.
Dr. Paolina Centonze, Computer Science, is a co-inventor of two new patents
CS major, Victor Kuc, has conducted research and published a research article describing this research
My experience at the 2015 ACSAC took what I thought I knew about security and expanded upon it; in addition to being able to share the work which I conducted under the mentorship of Dr. Centonze, with regards to mobile application permissions with others in the field of security, I in turn found myself exposed to the work of countless others. In addition to the myriad of ideas circulating the conference, I found myself interacting with others from different countries, so not only were ideas shared, but cultures.