Tag: computer science
A dance piece within upcoming “Out of Control” performance at the College of Charleston features collaborative elements between dance and computer science.
In the year since Matt Mazzarell ’13 graduated from the College, he has helped to increase the effectiveness of MRI machines and developed a way to predict the failure of computer hard drives. Not a bad year.
Computer science professor Jim Bowring’s data science project is one of 17 funded by the National Science Foundation to develop tools, infrastructure and best practices.
College of Charleston computer science students are joining designers and entrepreneurs to launch the next big product – in one weekend.
Nine Charleston tech companies are on Inc. Magazine’s 2014 list of 5000 Fastest Growing Companies in America. College of Charleston graduates work at eight of those companies.
With a record number of majors and a new location for fall 2014, the College of Charleston computer science program is preparing creative and entrepreneurial students for careers in the rapidly expanding tech industry.
Six undergraduate students perform research in computational neuroscience and learn about a new side to this popular field.
Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy, Chris Fragile, worked with two undergraduate students to create an educational app about black holes for the iPad, called “Journey to a Black Hole.”