Department of Computer Science
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Top news and stories
- K-State computer science duo help develop KnowWhereGraph
A team of collaborators that includes Pascal Hitzler, Lloyd T. Smith Creativity in Engineering chair and professor of computer science, is set to release the KnowWhereGraph, designed to be one of the biggest publicly available knowledge graphs ever.
Pavithra Prabhakar serving as program director for National Science Foundation
Pavithra Prabhakar, Peggy and Gary Edwards chair and professor in the computer science department in the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering, is serving as program director for the Software and Hardware Foundations Cluster in the Computing and Communication Division of the Computer and Information Science Directorate of the NSF.
Behind the Code - Researchers tackle the new world of cybersecurity
K-State researchers are working behind the code to navigate the new world of cybersecurity and to keep our data, our infrastructure and our world safe.
Engineering college adding bachelor's degree in cybersecurity
Offered through the computer science department, the curriculum of 120 credit hours will be officially available in fall 2022.
Masaaki Mizuno retiring after 35 years
After 35 years of dedicated service, Masaaki Mizuno will retire on Aug. 5.
National Cyber Defense Competition results
The Kansas State University Cyber Defense Club earned second place in the Iowa State University National Cyber Defense Competition.