Computer Science

Apr 26, 2019 Jennifer Retter

Faculty, Staff Present at Next-gen Network and Technology Conference

Interim Chief Information Officer Leslie Margolis, Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Mathematics Dr. Vitaly Ford, Director of Infrastructure John Zottola, and Senior Network Engineer Matt Flint attended the 2019 KINBERCON Conference on April 2-3 in Philadelphia, Pa. In fall 2018,...

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Apr 18, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Students Create Award-winning Domain at Hackathon Competition

Computer Science and Mathematics majors Jules Turner ’20, Nicole Mueller ’19, and Alexandr Chebatarev ’22 attended a Hackathon at West Chester University from March 30 and 31. Hackathon is a 24-hour event during which teams of students from local universities develop projects. Together with...

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Apr 10, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Students Present at Math Association of America Conference

Students from Computer Science and Mathematics presented at the Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware (EPADEL) Mathematical Association of America Conference at King’s College in Wilkes Barre, Pa., on March 23. The analytical research presented included: Carlie Banchi ’20, Shurong Huang ’19,...

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Mar 21, 2019 Vitaly Ford

UNC Professor Dr. Wang Discusses Post-Quantum and Code Based Cryptography

Computer Science and Math Department hosted Dr. Yongge Wang, professor in the School of Information Systems at University of North Carolina Charlotte, where he discussed his work in cryptography and cryptographic scheme resistancy to quantum computer attacks. Dr. Wang introduced quantum...

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Jan 31, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Engineering Students Earn Scholarship for Washington University Winter Program

Arcadia University Mathematics and Pre-Engineering students Talha Zaid Kiani ’20 and Muhammad Moiz Saeed ’20 traveled to Washington University in St. Louis, Mo. during winter break to explore university options for the 3+2 program. Each received a new departmental scholarship to fund the experience...

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Jarod Pichler ’20, Student-Athlete and Computer Science Major

In what areas have you grown from the first time you walked onto Arcadia’s campus? J: I've become a lot more involved in extracurricular activities outside of playing volleyball, including through Knight Club, Puro Ritmo, American Chemical Society, Computer Science Club, and by being...

Dec 12, 2018 Caitlin Burns

School of Education, Computer Science and Mathematics Host Philadelphia High School Students

Faculty from the School of Education and Computer Science and Mathematics Department welcomed to campus high school students from the School District of Philadelphia’s Academy at Palumbo on Dec. 6. Dr. Augusto Macalalag, assistant professor of Education, Dr. Yanxia Jia, associate professor of...

Nov 20, 2018 Jennifer Retter

Students Attend Philadelphia Actuaries Meeting

Actuarial Science majors Caroline Toner ’20, Kelsey Mashinski ’21, Di Zhu ’21, and Alyssa Grandmont ’20 attended a Philadelphia Actuaries Club meeting on Nov. 8 with Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Mathematics Irina Pogrebivsky. Students attended a panel session on non-traditional...

Nov 14, 2018 Caitlin Burns

Faculty, Students Participate in Programming Contest and Conference

Arcadia’s Computer Science and Mathematics faculty and students competed at the annual Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges Eastern Regional Conference at Marymount University in Arlington, Va., from Oct. 19 to 20. William Bibbs ’20, Andy Malinsky ’20, Brian Muller ’19, Virginia Myrkalo...

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Nov 11, 2018 Jennifer Retter

Geneticist and Biologist Dr. Nathan Mortimer Presents on Parasite Interactions

The Department of Computer Science and Mathematics hosted geneticist and biologist Dr. Nathan Mortimer, who held two presentations for students and faculty on Nov. 8. An assistant professor of Cellular Immunology at Illinois State University, Dr. Mortimer conducts research on the methods that...

Nov 9, 2018 Caitlin Burns

Heidelberg University Professor Contextualizes Computability for Computer Science and Mathematics Students

Dr. Klaus Ambos-Spies, professor from Heidelberg University in Germany, presented on computability to students and faculty from Computer Science and Mathematics on Nov. 1. His visit to campus allowed him to work with Dr. Xizhong Zheng, professor of Computer Science and Mathematics, on computability...

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Oct 31, 2018 Jennifer Retter

Actuary Derek Eyler Advises Actuarial Science Students

The Computer Science and Mathematics Department invited Derek Eyler, an actuary and associate partner of AON Counseling, to speak to actuarial students on Oct. 23. Eyler advised students on finding careers, taking certification exams, and alternative professional options for students with strong...