On Saturday, November 10th, an Angelo State team competed in the South Central USA Regional of the 2018 ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest at UTSA (one of four sites in the regional) in San Antonio, Texas, and they made ASU’s best showing in the ACM contest since 2010.
Job prospects for computer scientists continue to grow.
A team of Angelo State University computer science students will compete in the regional round of the 38th annual Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) on Saturday, Nov. 2, at Baylor University in Waco.
A new publication describes ASU game-development success.
We are proud to announce Dr. Lopamudra (Lopa) Roychoudhuri as the newest member of the computer science faculty at Angelo State.
There have been several recent news items relevant to computer science at ASU.
Angelo State University is now far and away the most popular destination for computer science majors in the Lone Star conference.
Great news for computer science majors!
Check out this inspiring video by Activision about how science and technology are used in creating video games.
Financial Services company USAA has announced it is providing financial support to the ASU Department of Computer Science to develop an online version of the department’s Android programming course.
IBM has developed an artificial intelligence named Watson, built to parse questions in a natural (human) language and answer them.
The Texas Tech University System Board of Regents approved the new certificate program in Game Development for the Computer Science Department. The program will start in Spring 2011.
On Saturday, October 30th, two Angelo State teams competed in the South Central USA Regional of the 2010 ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest at Baylor University (one of four sites in the regional) in Waco, Texas, and they made ASU’s best showing in the ACM contest in fourteen years.
The number of ASU students majoring in Computer Science increased by 38.1% from Fall 2009 to Fall 2010 making the ASU CS department the fastest growing undergraduate degree program at ASU. The department has 163 majors this fall compared to 118 in fall 2009.
The ASU Computer Science Department will become one of the first universities in the nation to offer a course in Android programming.
Dr. Charles B. McCamant, retired CS professor, was awarded Professor of Computer Science Emeritus during the Faculty Recognition Dinner on May 6, 2010.
The CS Summer Game Development Academy will be held June 7 through June 9, 8:00 to 3:30 each day.
The computer game development program in Angelo State University’s Computer Science Department has been named one of the 2010 “Top 50 Undergraduate Game Design Programs” in the U.S. and Canada by thePrinceton Review. The ASU program was one of fifty chosen from more than 500 colleges in the U.S. and Canada.
According to new data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, for jobs requiring at least a bachelors degree, in terms of number of new jobs, the fastest growing job opportunities between 2008-2018 are projected to be:
The CS Department will offer CS 4381, Handheld Game Development, during the Spring 2010 semester. The target platform for the course will be Nintendo Gameboy Advance. See the YouTube video for student work from the previous class.
Students in this summers CS 1371 Introduction to Computer Game Development class created machinimas for their final project.
The CS Department welcomes Dr. Rob LeGrand to its department.