Students in the lab continue to achieve numerous accomplishments. The lab is
thankful to have students who are motivated and have scientific curiosity!
Summer 2015: Piyush, paper accepted!
Summer 2015: Paper with Leon selected for Journal!
- PhD candidate, Pihush Sharma's paper, "Investigating Manifold Neighborhood size for Nonlinear Analysis of LIBS Amino Acid Spectra" was accepted
for oral presentation at the 24th International Conference on Software Engineering and Data Engineering (October 2015) in San Diego, CA. Congratulations Piyush!
Summer 2015: Michaela, robotics instructor!
- Paper, "A Prototype Distributed Framework for Identification and Alerting for Medical Events in Home Care" with Undergraduate, Leon Hunter, was among those papers in the 4th IJAC/ISAM Joint International Conference selected for journal publication. It was originally accepted in Fall 2014 and was published in Summer 2015. Fantastic job Leon!
Summer 2015: Deshaun begins summer internship!
- Undergraduate Michaela Barnett begins an exciting summer as a LEGO robotics instructor at DSU's Summer Robotics Camp. Have fun and make us proud!
Summer 2015: Janelle begins summer internship!
- Undergraduate Deshaun Crawford begins exciting summer internship with NASA in Mountain View, CA. Have a productive summer and learn a ton!
Summer 2015: Janelle leaves for Google Scholars retreat
- Undergraduate Janelle Boyd, begins exciting summer internship with CSC. Have a productive summer and learn a ton!
Summer 2015: Abbasi in space!
- Undergraduate student begins her Google Scholarship with a trip to
the Googleplex in Mountain View, CA.
Spring 2015: New Cybersecurity faulty hired!
Spring 2015: Janelle, the Google Scholar!
- Undergraduate student Tuba Abbasi builds and sends data collection
experiment into space as part of NASA RockOn mission. We are very proud of Tuba.
Spring 2015: Janelle wins travel award for ERN 2015!
- Undergraduate student Janelle Boyd wins a nationally competitive Google Scholarship, including a trip to the Google Scholar's retreat at the Googleplex in Mountain View. We are very proud of Janelle.
Spring 2015: Janelle, Poster accepted at ERN 2015!
- Undergraduate student Janelle Boyd was awarded a travel scholarship for the Emerging Researchers National Conference (ERN 2015) in Washington, DC. Congratulations Janelle!
Spring 2015: Deshaun wins travel award for Tapia 2015!
- Undergraduate student Janelle Boyd's poster, "A Framework for Perceptual Processing in Autonomous Wheelchairs" is accepted to the Emerging Researchers National Conference (ERN 2015) in Washington, DC. Congratulations Janelle!
Spring 2015: Tuba wins travel award for Tapia 2015!
- Undergraduate student Deshaun Crawford was awarded a travel scholarship for the Tapia Conference in Boston, MA Congratulations Deshaun!
Spring 2015: Janelle, wins travel award for Tapia 2015!
- Undergraduate student Tuba Abbasi was awarded a travel scholarship for the Tapia Conference in Boston, MA Congratulations Tuba!
Fall 2014: Tevin, wins travel scholarship!
- Undergraduate student Janelle Boyd was awarded a travel scholarship for the Tapia Conference in Boston, MA Congratulations Janelle!
Fall 2014: Paper with Leon Hunter, accepted!
- Undergraduate student, Tevin Brown, wins a travel scholarship to the 20th ACM SIGKDD Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining in Manhattan, NY. Congratulations Tevin!
Fall 2014: Deshaun, the NASA Scholar!
- Paper, "A Prototype Distributed Framework for Identification and Alerting for Medical Events in Home Care" with Undergraduate, Leon Hunter, was accepted at the 4th IJAC/ISAM Joint International Conference in Miami, Florida. Congratulations Leon!
Spring 2014: Leon, poster accepted!
- Undergraduate student Deshaun Crawford wins a nationally competitive 2-year NASA Scholarship and Internship. We are very proud of Deshaun.
Cybersecurity faulty poached!
- Undergraduate student, Leon Hunter's Poster, "Identifying Precursor Warnings of Potentially Fatal Afflictions via Webservice" was accepted at the 2014 Emerging Researcher National Conference (ERN 2014) in Washington, DC. Congratulations Leon!
Cybersecurity faulty hired!
- In the competative market for Cyber Security Faculty, it is with great sadness that Dr. Hongxin Hu was poached by Clemson University.
Open position in cybersecurity!
- The Computer and Information Sciences Department welcomes new faculty member, Dr. Hongxin Hu
CSCI 497 - Special Topics: Building Intelligent Robots a success!
- The Computer and Information Sciences Department at Delaware State University is accepting applications for a full-time tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level.
The applicant must have a PhD in computer science, or a related field, experience in cybersecurity research and associated areas,
and appropriate experience in, or proven potential for, teaching.
The deadline for applications is February 15, 2012.
Are you LinkedIn?
- The brand new course offered in our department in the fall of 2011 by Dr. Gary Holness, Building Intelligent Robots, was a complete success!
The course was concluded with a robot soccer tournament, which drew a lot of spectators from the whole university.
To watch the matches, please visit our YouTube channel.
Our students go to Vienna to present their research.
- If you are a junior or senior in our department and are serious about enhanicng your chances of landing a great job after graduation,
we encourage you to join our department group on LinkedIn.
There, you will be able to network with your peers and faculty from the department, learn about exciting job opportunities, and much more!
- Two of our undergraduate students, Trevor Newell and Samantha McDaniel, traveled to Vienna, Austria, last summer to present their research project
titled "Protein sequence annotation using classificatory decomposition" conducted under the supervision of Dr. Tomasz Smolinski.
Trevor and Samantha presented the project at the Automated Function Prediction Special Interest Group Meeting which was held
in conjunction with the 19th Annual International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology