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 Computer Science Department is hiring multiple tenure-track positions at all levels (Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor) starting in Fall of 2019. Outstanding candidates will be considered for open endowed positions. The department is accepting applications in areas intersecting our core focus areas: cybersecurity, high-assurance software engineering, cyber-physical systems, and data science. Apply Now!
Top News and Stories
AFRL Research Talk with computer science
The Computer Science Department will host an AFRL Research talk with Erich Devendorf from 3:30-4:30p.m. Friday, Sept. 21, in DUE 0093. Devendorf is the director of the Advanced Course in Engineering and an AFRL Early Career Award recipient.
AWS Talk by Dr. Sanjay Padhi
This talk will be over predictive analytics using amazon web services. He will be talking about methods such as Machine Learning that are used in many aspects of life, including health care, education, financial modeling, and marketing.
Kansas State University launches new Computer Science and Master of Business Administration join degree program
A new dual degree program designed by Kansas State University will allow students to concurrently earn both their Bachelor of Science in computer science and Master of Business Administration degrees.
CS business manager receives research certification
K-State's CRAs help researchers with all aspects of sponsored projects, including development and administration, research compliance, legal and regulatory requirements, budget development, contract development and negotiation, facility management and sponsor interfaces and more.
Beocat staff impact local, national research cyberinfrastructure
Beocat staffers help K-State researchers run their simulations in hours rather than weeks and lead a national training session.