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Department Events



Kevin McDonald - Thesis Presentation
Date: 12-1-21Time: 2:00pm
Location: LSC 090
Details: TOPIC: Stonks: The Stock Market Simulator Website

Evan Esposito - Thesis Presentation
Date: 12-6-21Time: 2:00pm
Location: LSC 090
Details: TOPIC: The University of Scranton Information Management System (TUSIMS)

Computing Sciences Colloquia
Date: 12-7-21Time: 11:30am
Location: BRN 228, Pearn Auditorium
Details: Title: Internships, Research Experiences, Etc. Abstract: Several students will present summaries of recent and current experiences they have undertaken. This will be followed by a panel format meant to encourage discussion and Q & A among all present. The following students are scheduled to present: Henry Lembo, '23, AC, IBM - Quantum, Summer 2021 Anthony Lucchese, '23, CS, IBM - Quantum, Summer 2021 Kevin McDonald, '21 & G'23, CS & SE, Sho Technology Solutions, Jan 2020 - Aug 2020 Sabrina Alvarez, '22, IT, Sho Technology Solutions, Sep 2021 - Present Thomas Maccari, '21 & G'23, CS & SE, Mack Trucks, Summer 2021 Alexa Baldon, '21, AC, Google, Visa, UofS, Startup, 2019 - Present Tim Gallagher, '22, CS, NSF-REU at Columbus State University, Summer 2021 Robert Naughton, '23, CS, Zudy, Summer 2021 Brian S. Memmen, '23, CS, Kerecis, 2018 - Present

Alexander Calderon - Thesis Presentation
Date: 12-8-21Time: 2:00pm
Location: LSC 090
Details: TOPIC: Modeling HF Radio Waves Propagation Using Numerical Ray Tracing

ACM Student Chapter Re-Organization Meeting
Date: 12-9-21Time: 11:30am
Location: LSC 090
Details: All are welcome to attend and become involved. Contact Prof. Paul Jackowitz with questions, paul.jackowitz@scranton.edu.
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Thomas Maccari - Thesis Presentation
Date: 12-13-21Time: 2:00pm
Location: LSC 090
Details: TOPIC: ABET Accreditation Station

Donald Vispi - Thesis Presentation
Date: 11-22-21Time: 2:00pm
Location: LSC 090
Details: TOPIC: Algorithm-Based Stock-Market Recommendation Tool

Computing Sciences Colloquia
Date: 11-16-21Time: 11:30am
Location: BRN 228, Pearn Auditorium
Details: Title: Might Data Science Be for You? Abstract: The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a faster-than-average 31% growth in employment in data science this decade. U.S. News and World Report ranks data scientists #2 in Best Technology Jobs and #8 in 100 Best Jobs. Learn about data science, what data scientists do, and the University of Scranton Data Science concentration in this colloquium. Biography: Alex Rudniy holds a B.S. and a M.S. in applied mathematics, and a Ph.D. in computer science. Dr. Rudniy was previously an assistant professor at Fairleigh Dickinson University. He worked as a data manager at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. He completed research with the National Science Foundation and National Security Agency.

Fall Open House
Date: 11-7-21Time: 9:00am
Details: The Department of Computing Sciences will be participating in the University's Open House, scheduled for Sunday November 7th on campus. Specifically, visitors are invited to speak with departmental faculty and students at the Meet and Greet, under the Dionne Green Tent between 9:00 AM and 12:30 PM, and at our Open Laboratory/Department Visit in Loyola Science Center 182 between 9:30 AM and 2:00 PM. The Computing Sciences Department will be holding a presentation from 12:00PM-12:45PM in LSC 334. Open House Materials: https://www.cs.scranton.edu/openhouse.php
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Computing Sciences Colloquia
Date: 11-2-21Time: 11:30am
Location: BRN 228, Pearn Auditorium
Details: Title: An Introduction to Methodologies & Predictions Abstract: This Colloquia session will introduce students to high level concepts and practices used to develop software in today's IT industry. The talk will then introduce students to how IT projects have been and are estimated. It will call out some flaws of some of these estimation practices. Finally, the students will be introduced to some concepts used to improve estimates and eliminate the flaws. Biography: Charlie Villare has a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Scranton (1979). He has worked in healthcare IT for over 42 years. Throughout his career he has held positions as a developer, a people manager in new development and in support, a Project Manager, and a Scrum Master/Agile Coach. The vast majority of Charlie's career has been in developing financial solutions for hospitals and other healthcare facilities.

Fall Open House
Date: 10-24-21Time: 9:00am
Details: The Department of Computing Sciences will be participating in the University's Open House, scheduled for Sunday October 24th on campus. Specifically, visitors are invited to speak with departmental faculty and students at the Meet and Greet, under the Dionne Green Tent between 9:00 AM and 12:30 PM, and at our Open Laboratory/Department Visit in Loyola Science Center 182 between 12:30 PM and 2:00 PM. The Computing Sciences Department will be holding a presentation from 12:00PM-12:45PM in LSC 334. Open House Materials: https://www.cs.scranton.edu/openhouse.php
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Computing Sciences Colloquia
Date: 10-5-21Time: 11:30am
Location: BRN 228, Pearn Auditorium
Details: Title - "Computer Science & Entrepreneurship - Lessons Learned" Abstract - Geoff Speicher and Jason Washo are both software development company owners and graduates of the University of Scranton Software Engineering program. Both of their educational and professional journeys include many ups and downs and share a variety of similarities and differences. These stories should provide computer science students that possess entrepreneurial goals with some useful pointers, lessons, and inspiration. The presentation will also discuss helpful assets that are generally available to assist early-stage ideas/companies. Bios - Geoff Speicher - Geoff is a 1997 B.S. Computer Science graduate and 1999 M.S. Software Engineering graduate from The University of Scranton. Geoff began his technology career at TR Associates, his family business in Archbald. He founded Software Engineering Associates (SEA) in 1999 to provide custom software services as a complement to the hardware business. SEA merged in 2014 to form UM Technologies, with a focus on scaling and selling an energy analytics platform. After a successful market exit in 2018, UM Tech rebranded as Cloudshadow venture resources, where Geoff's current project (Artmatcher) just recently hit the iOS App Store for early adopters. Jason Washo - Jason is a 2005 B.S. Network Engineering graduate from Keystone College and a 2013 M.S. Software Engineering graduate from The University of Scranton. Jason began his technology career at Diversified Information Technologies, Inc. (now EDM Group) in Scranton, PA where in 15 years he worked his way from a mailroom supervisor to Sr. Director of Software Development in 15 years. In 2015, Jason founded Sho Technology Solutions, LLC, a multi-national software development company, and now directly provides software development services for a variety of natural gas, pharmaceutical, financial, and Fortune 500 companies.

Admissions Open House
Details: Each fall the University holds day-long, campus-wide open house events, which in part, provide opportunities to learn more about the Department of Computing Sciences. Visitors to campus are invited to join faculty and students in both formal and informal settings for scheduled Meet & Greet opportunities, Information Sessions and Department Visits. Open Houses are typically held on Sundays in late October and early November.

Admissions Preview Day for Accepted Students
Details: Each spring the University holds a day-long campus-wide event for all students accepted for admission, which in part, provides opportunities to learn more about the Department of Computing Sciences. Scheduled events include presentations, panel discussions, and department visits which provide ample opportunities to meet and speak with faculty and students from the department. Preview Day is typically held on Saturday in late March.

High School Programming Contest
Location: Loyola Science Center
Details: Area high schools are invited to bring teams to compete in a programming contest hosted by the Department of Computing Sciences every year in the spring. Teams of two or three students use a programming language to solve computer-programming problems. Awards are presented to the top three teams.

UPE Induction Ceremony and Dinner
Location: The DeNaples Center
Details: The Pennsylvania Gamma Chapter of Upsilon Pi Epsilon, The International Honor Society for the Computing and Information Disciplines, was chartered at the University of Scranton in 1985. Those who qualify for membership in this honor society are inducted at an induction ceremony and dinner held yearly in May.
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