Computer Science and Engineering

Computer Science and Engineering Ph.D. Student Wins Three Minute Thesis Competition

Computer Science and Engineering Ph.D. student Garima Bajwa took first place in the Toulouse Graduate School’s Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition held on Nov. 21, 2015, at the University of North Texas Eagle Student Services Center.

Computer Science and Engineering Professor Named Distinguished Scientist by the Association for Computing Machinery

Dr. Ian Parberry, a professor of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, has been named a Distinguished Scientist by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the world’s leading association of computing professionals.

Alumna Profile: Cheryl Miller

Cheryl Miller (1983, B. S. Computer Science) says that her career has allowed her to do what she loves, which inspires her to be a lifelong learner of her profession.

Women Find STEM Research Opportunities, Leadership Roles at UNT

Computer Engineering student and Engineering Ambassador Maria del Mar Moreno and Computer Science & game programming student Courtney Dickson were featured in an article on the banner of the University of North Texas website.

Doctoral Students to Participate in Three Minute Thesis Competition

Md Salah Uddin, a Mechanical and Energy Engineering doctoral student, and Garima Bajwa, a Computer Science and Engineering doctoral student, will be among nine doctoral students to participate in the University of North Texas' first 3MT®, or Three Minute Thesis, competition, to be held on Nov. 21.

Alumna Receives Memento of Thanks for Service as College of Engineering’s Industrial Advisory Board Chair

Etta Clark and UNT Engineering Dean Costas Tsatsoulis

Etta Clark (1980, Computer Science and Engineering) was awarded a memento of thanks for her service as the College of Engineering’s Industrial Advisory Board Chair

Showcase Highlights Undergraduate Engineering Research

Undergraduate researchers in the College of Engineering shared the knowledge and their research successes at the Showcase of Undergraduate Research in Engineering (SURE), held Nov. 6 at Discovery Park.

Researchers Receive Patent for a Method for Designing Complex, Mixed-signal Circuits

Two University of North Texas (UNT) engineering researchers have been awarded a second patent this year.

IEEE Computer Society Hosts Guest Speakers Team IlluminUNTis

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