Computer Science Club

The Computer Science Club (CSC) organizes several academic and social activities for Computer Science students. Academic activities include workshops, seminars, mobile app development projects, coding contests, etc. Below are the pictures of the “Develop Cool Games Using Processing” workshop launched by the CSC in March 2017.

Dr. Mohamed Shaban
CSC Adviser

First Coding, Cyber-security and Data Summer Camp

Twenty-three students attended the first Southern Arkansas University Coding, Cybersecurity and Data Summer Camp June 5-7, 2017, which concluded with an awards ceremony held in the Science Building. Students learned coding principles, designing simple games using processing; developed simple Android apps; created virtual landscapes and simulated nature using Unity; classified images using Matlab, and explored the cybersecurity and computer forensics fields. Activities included painting, chess and card games. The goal of the camp was to grow interest in studying computer science among high school students.

Dr. Shaban coordinated and organized the camp, and participants were Sarajane Telford, Brittany Smith, Dr. Md Karim, Dr. Rami Alroobi, Dr. Xin Yang, Dr. Jongyeop Kim, James Stewart and Dr. Justin Rice (NASA).

Camp Website: https://web.saumag.edu/CS-Camp/

Camp in the News: https://web.saumag.edu/news/bulletin/cyber-camp-award-ceremony-held-sau/

 

 

2016 Blackboard World Conference

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I’ve attended the 2016 Blackboard World conference that was held in Las Vegas, NV during the period from July 11th till July 14th. The conference highlighted the recent Blackboard e-learning products such as Blackboard Learn Ultra, Blackboard Collaborate Ultra, Blackboard Student, Blackboard Instructor, Blackboard Planner, etc. An exhibit sponsored by Blackboard, LMS companies and publishers took place on July 13th showing various commercial e-learning tools and services.

IEEE CCWC 2017 Technical Program Committee

IEEE CCWC

I have been invited to join as a member of the technical committee (i.e. wireless networks and cybersecurity committee) of the 7th IEEE Annual Computing and Communication Workshop and Conference (IEEE CCWC 2017). The conference will be held in Las Vegas, NV within the period from January 9th till January 11th, 2017.

ICUFN 2016 Conference

ICUFN

My research paper entitled “On Sub-Nyquist Spectrum Sensing for Wideband Cognitive Radios” has been accepted to be presented in the 8th International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks which will be held in Vienna, Austria within the period from July 5th till July 8th, 2016. The conference is sponsored by the IEEE and the IEEE Communications Society.

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