Hofstra Computer Science Department News Archive
Prof. Ammari Received NSF Career Award (04/2011)
Dr. Ammari has been awarded a five-year, $450,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to continue his research of wireless sensor networks...
Lukasz Bator Won Prize at Feb 25-27 Imagine Cup
Lukasz Bator describes the architecture of his
game engine that simulates gravity ...
CLIC and OLIC Programs Featured in Newsday
Hofstra students, faculty, and alumni (J. LeWitt,
L. Famiglietti, Dr. S. Doboli, Dr. E. Currie,
M. Seiman, C. Hickman et al.) featured
in Newsday for their efforts in entrepreneurship.
2009 ACM Programming Contest
On Sunday, October 18th, The annual ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) International Collegiate Programming Competition for the Greater New York Region was held at Hofstra University.
Prof. Ammari Received NSF Grant
This project designs, analyzes, and implements a k-Cover-Sense-Inform (k-CSI) framework for heterogeneous and mission-oriented mobile wireless sensor networks, where connected k-coverage, scheduling, and data forwarding are jointly considered...
Prof. Doboli Received NSF Grant
The project plans to develop a cognitive model that helps understand, emulate and enhance creativity in conceptual electronic circuit design...
Prof. Kamberova Received NSF Grant
This project will acquire a
state-of-the-art, custom sensor suite,
the 3D Content Digitization Suite (3DCDS), to support
research and performance evaluation of computer vision and
robotics algorithms ...
Prof. Fu Received NSF Grant
Dr. Xiang Fu serves as the lead PI of three collaborative NSF-CCLI grants on developing an automated project grading system called APOGEE.
Prof. Ostheimer Holds Brooklyn Computer Camp (06/06/2009)
The free computer camp will run June 29 through July 3, from 1-4 p.m. at the Sheep Station. Hofstra students will travel to Brooklyn to mentor the neighborhood kids.
Prof. Doboli Featured in Hofstra Horizon (06/06/2009)
This research is about understanding brainstorming and creativity through behavioral experiments and neural models.
Prof. Kamberova Featured in Hofstra Horizon (06/06/2009)
People see shapes, computer computes shapes. This research is about development of algorithms that recover, detect, model, and measure 3D objects and shapes.
CS Department Seminar:
Decision Problems in Group Theory by Prof. Ostheimer. (Adams 200, 11:30AM-12:30PM 03/04/2009).
NSF Supported Summer Internship
from Johns Hopkins University.
Apply by 03/06/2009! Check program
Microsoft Suburan Roadshow
at Student Center on 03/05/2009!
In light of current economic situation,
the search for a new Computer Engineering (CE)
faculty member has been
canceled for the present.
Drs. Doboli (PI), Kamberova, and Impagliazzo received
$289k grant from NSF
Welcome new faculty
Dr. Ammari and Dr. Fu
Dr. Impagliazzo retired after 24 years
Jason Dayton earned
techie award from LISTnet
Department team set school record at
ACM international Collegiate Programming
NSF awarded Drs. Brown and Doboli for research in
Prof. Impagliazzo received Lifetime Service Award from