Amanda Aebig '19 and Stephen Meerman '19 presented a paper at the 21st International Text, Speech, and Dialog conference in Brno, Czech Republic.
Joshua Gitter ’18 has been awarded a scholarship from Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE), the national Computer Science Honor Society.
Kathy Nguyen is a NSF S-STEM DESIRE Scholarship recipient.
Amanda Aebig '19 has been selected as a recipient of the prestigious 2018 Clare Boothe Luce (CBL) Research Scholarship Program award at Iona College.
Kathryn Kenny '20 was selected as a recipient of the 2018 Clare Boothe Luce (CBL) Research Scholars Program award at Iona College.
Recent accomplishments from Computer Science Department students.
On April 20, 2018, the Iona Computer Science Department held their traditional alumni, students and friends event.
The Computer Science Department held a ceremony for students inducted into Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE).
The Computer Science Department organized a Hackathon for high school students at GaelVentures.
Jonathon Nosowitz ’18, a computer science student, won a 2017 Upsilon Pi Epsilon Scholarship Award.
The Computer Science Department organized its traditional gathering of alumni, students, faculty and guests on April 21, 2017.
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.
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.
Recent accomplishments from Computer Science Department professors include article publishing and grant awards.
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.