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
K-State to host sixth annual Game Jam Feb. 14-16
The Game Development Club, a registered departmental student organization, will host a game creation event called Game Jam Feb. 14-16. Read more about the event, and how some of last fall's student participants received recognition.
K-State teams place in regional Association for Computing Machinery programming contest
The K-State Association for Computing Machinery team won second place at a regional competition, securing its invitation to the national competition, which will take place in February. The team will compete for a chance to advance to Worlds.
Minding the mind: How scientists study our changing brains
Professor Dan Andresen takes part in sharing how Beocat research takes part in advancing research in the section, Informing the brain.
Computer science department participating in NSF C-Accel Pilot
Computer science professor Pascal Hitzler receives research funding under the Open Knowledge Network track of the new Convergence Accelerator Pilot, known as C-Accel, by the National Science Foundation.
Computer science professors received multiple awards
Computer science professors Robby, John Hatcliff, and Eugene Vasserman received multiple awards from industry, research institute, and DoD sources to address critical system safety and security issues.