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- Once you have been redirected to the Helpdesk dashboard page, click on "CS Contacts for Online Classes" button.
April 28, 2020 Congratulations to Dr. Philip Brown for his NSF grant entitled "Socially Networked Autonomy: How Should Machines Interact With Society?"
Abstract: This project studies decision design methodologies for autonomous agents that are networked with and interacting among human beings in societal systems. The running application example is that of an urban highway network in which a portion of the vehicles are autonomously operated. The core question is this: how should a system planner design the routing policies of the autonomous vehicles to have the greatest positive impact on overall network traffic congestion, even if human drivers react in a self-interested way to the behavior of the autonomous vehicles? Intuitively, it would appear beneficial to design the autonomous vehicles to be “altruistic;” that is, to select highway routes that cause the least congestion to other drivers. However, recent work shows that this simple and intuitive routing design policy may backfire, leading to a cascade of behaviors which inadvertently worsens congestion. This project will investigate how a designer can circumvent these pathologies through the design of smart routing policies. In essence, one of the key questions this project will address is “how selfish should autonomous vehicles be?” This project includes public outreach to help members of the public discern between “good” and “bad” modes of influence in socially networked autonomous systems. In addition, it will provide a theoretical framework for engineering practitioners to certify that the interactive aspects of smart systems have been designed to provide broad societal benefits in a principled way.
February 6, 2019 Capture the Flag Competition. Congratulations to PhD students, Tobi Akanbi, Steve Cruz, Adam Duby and BI Computer Security student Justin Karpan-Lowman for placing 3rd in this competition at the Broadmoor.
September 21, 2018 Congratulations to Dr. Edward Chow's new grant from the NSA.
September 11, 2018 Congratulations to Dr. Qing YI who received a grant for a project entitled: Optimization Analysis in the ROSE Compiler Infrastructure>"
March 1, 2017 Dr. Terrance E. Boult named IEEE Fellow for 2017
February 9, 2017 UCCS team wins regional "capture the flag" hacking competition
April 28, 2020 COVID App Team
Multiple faculty (Dr. Yanyan Zhaung, Dr. Terry Boult and Dr. Rory Lewis + Dr. Carlos Araujo in ECE) Are working on a multi-facted app to help fight COVID. There are volunteer opportunities, a few paid positions now, more paid positions if we get funding. This is app + back end server positions plus some content and UI needs as well. You can learn more and apply at https://forms.gle/8mKnzX1mkRMCAby79
April 28, 2020 Volunteer Opportunity
Alison Murray from First Presbyterian is leading the effort to have an overall website that can direct folks in El Paso county to different initiatives related to the pandemic. She needs some simple programming ability to help with the site. Expect this to be unpaid. Reply to Dr. Boult and he can connect you.
April 28, 2020 Internship Opportunity
Michael Wingfield, a UCCS BI grad , has a company is Byte Break Studios LLC and that build custom software for small businesses and is looking for interns. The project that they would work on is for a blinds installation company that digitizes and automates daily processes for the employees of that company. It is made up of three parts: a Golang server, Flutter mobile app, and ElectronJS desktop app. Their part would be working on either the Flutter mobile app or the ElectronJS desktop. The pay would be $20/hour and they would get to work remote and mostly pick their own hours.
Michael Wingfield ,Owner
Byte Break Studios LLC
March 16, 2020 All UCCS Students: Register before 4/5/2019 to participate in New Sans CyberStart Scholarship Program to win ~$28,000 worth Industry leading SANS cybersecurity courses + certificates+ networking opportunities with employers. No prior CS programming experience is needed. Undergraduate or graduate students are all welcome. Please join two training sessions 3/21 and 4/4 7:30pm at EN138 lab organized by Peak Chaos Student Club to get you ready for the 3 stage competitions/training. Pizza will be served.
November 12, 2018 The College of Engineering in conjunction with the Computer Science Department is happy to announce the availability of some Cybersecurity Scholarships for the Spring 2019 semester for students in the PhD in Engineering -Security program and the Master of Engineering -Information Assurance program. Contact the CS department for more information.
NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) summer program in machine learning