• Four members of the CS Capstone Group present their poster at CCSC: Kolton Noreen, Valentine Cantu, Marissa Madrid-Ortega,...
    Four members of the CS Capstone Group present their poster at CCSC: Kolton Noreen, Valentine Cantu, Marissa Madrid-Ortega, and Yash Gandhi. The CS Capstone work was supervised by Dr. Barbara Anthony.
    Jacob Schrum
  • Students Will Price and Matt Sanford present their SCOPE summer research at CCSC. Their work was supervised by Dr. Chad St...
    Students Will Price and Matt Sanford present their SCOPE summer research at CCSC. Their work was supervised by Dr. Chad Stolper.
    Jacob Schrum
  • Bobby Garza presents his SCOPE summer research at CCSC. His research was supervised by Physics professor Dr. Chris Curry.
    Bobby Garza presents his SCOPE summer research at CCSC. His research was supervised by Physics professor Dr. Chris Curry.
    Jacob Schrum
  • Alice Qunitanilla presents her SCOPE summer research at CCSC. This research was supervised by Dr. Jacob Schrum.
    Alice Qunitanilla presents her SCOPE summer research at CCSC. This research was supervised by Dr. Jacob Schrum.
    Jacob Schrum
  • Sarah "Darwin" Johnson presents her SCOPE summer research at CCSC. This research was supervised by Dr. Jacob Sch...
    Sarah "Darwin" Johnson presents her SCOPE summer research at CCSC. This research was supervised by Dr. Jacob Schrum.
    Jacob Schrum

Nine Computer Science and Computational Math majors traveled to present research posters at the South Central Regional Conference of the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges held April 6th at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas.

  • Valentin Cantu, Yash Gandhi, Marissa Madrid-Ortega, and Kolton Noreen, all class of 2018, won 2nd place in the poster competition for their research “Looking AHEAD: Developing an Advising Hub for EQUIP And DRAFT,” which was done as part of their senior capstone in software engineering along with students Kristen McCrary and Angus Strickland, both class of 2018, under the supervision of Associate Professor of Computer Science Barbara Anthony.
  • Will Price, class of 2019, and Matt Sanford, class of 2020, won 3rd place in the poster competition for their research “Dynamic Graph-Level Operations (DGLOs),” which was done as part of SCOPE 2017 under the supervision of Assistant Professor of Computer Science Chad Stolper.
  • Bobby Garza, class of 2019, presented “Encryption Using Nonlinear Dynamics,” which was also done as part of SCOPE 2017 under the supervision Dr. Chris Curry, former Coordinator of First-Year Physics Labs.
  • Sarah “Darwin” Johnson, class of 2020, presented “Evolution of Board Game Playing Agents,” which was done as part of SCOPE 2017 under the supervision of Assistant Professor of Computer Science Jacob Schrum.
  • Alice Quintanilla, class of 2020, presented “Evolving Artificial Intelligences to Compete in Real-Time Strategy Games,” which was done as part of SCOPE 2017 under the supervision of Dr. Schrum.
  • Assistant Professors of Computer Science Jacob Schrum and Chad Stolper also attended the conference.