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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The Department of Computer Science (CS) at Kansas State University is seeking applications for a 12-month, full-time Instructor position within the department beginning summer 2019. Click here for more information.
Top News and Stories
Kansas interagency cooperation finds computer equipment new home, will boost research and education across the state
Kansas State University will use $10 million in surplus computer equipment from the state of Kansas in support of research and education at the university and across Kansas.
K-State computer science team cited by Android Security Awards Program
A team of computer science graduate students at Kansas State University, led by assistant professor Venkatesh-Prasad Ranganath in the Secure-It-I research group, has identified a high-security bug in the Android system.
Cyber Defense Club takes top honors in DOE national cybersecurity competition
A team of Kansas State University computer science students has earned national recognition for its cybersecurity skills.
K-State Association for Computing Machinery to host Hour-of-Code event for youth
K-State's Association for Computing Machinery chapter will host an Hour-of-Code from 7-8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 5, at Engineering Hall.
Hack K-State challenges students to a weekend full of learning and fun
Starting Oct. 19, more than 200 students from around the country will congregate in the Little Apple to participate in Hack K-State's fourth annual hackathon in the College of Business Administration building.
Computer science professors join team effort to thwart effects of cyberattacks
Development of safety- and security-critical systems that can resist and recover from cyberattacks is of increasing importance for both military and commercial domains such as avionics, medical devices and the internet of things. K-State computer science professors Robby and John Hatcliff are working on this project.