Welcome to the Department of Computer Science
The department of computer science at K-State is home to world-class faculty, world-class research and world-class education.
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Top News and Stories
Beocat Regains title as largest academic supercomputer in Kansas The K-State research computing cluster, Beocat, is currently the largest academic research supercomputer in Kansas through a recent purchase of 120 additional servers, funded by faculty in agronomy, animal science, biology, chemistry, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering and psychology.
Three Kansas State University teams awarded more than $2.5 million by National Science Foundation for research instrumentation
Teams led by three Kansas State University researchers have been awarded National Science Foundation Major Research Instrumentation grants. The grants will provide more than $2.5 million to advance understanding of lipids, agriculturally significant gases and nanoparticles, as well as student training and regional research capacity.
- Betsol, company founded by K-State alumnus, supports College of Engineering's Computer Science Scholars Program
This company is specializing in product engineering and managed information technology services, has given a $40,000 gift to Kansas State University's Computer Science, or CS Scholars Program in the College of Engineering to help develop the program and competitively recruit prospective students.
College of Engineering adds 10 to list of Keystone Research Faculty Scholars
The award was established to recruit and retain top scholars in the early stages of their careers who are in high demand for faculty positions throughout the U.S.
Prabhakar recipient of endowed chair in engineering
Pavithra Prabhakar, associate professor of computer science at Kansas State University, has been named the Peggy and Gary Edwards chair in engineering.
Computer science students win at Kansas City Startup Weekend
Team Zoobot, led by two Kansas State University computer science students, took first-place honors at Kansas City Startup Weekend 2017, June 9-11, in Kansas City, Missouri.
Coding a growing field with opportunities for various education levels and backgrounds, expert says
More jobs in coding and computer science are available now than ever, and the number is only growing, according to Scott DeLoach, computer science department head at Kansas State University.