Lecture Notes in Computer Science

The series Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), including its subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI) and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics (LNBI), has established itself as a medium for the publication of new developments in computer science and information technology research and teaching.

The cornerstone of LNCS’s editorial policy is its unwavering commitment to report the latest results from all areas of computer science and information technology research, development, and education. LNCS has always enjoyed close cooperation with the computer science R & D community, with numerous renowned academics, and with prestigious institutes and learned societies. Our mission is to serve this community by providing a most valuable publication service.

LNCS commenced publication in 1973 and quite rapidly attracted attention, not least because of its thus far unprecedented publication turnaround times. The 1980s and 1990s witnessed a substantial growth in the series, particularly in terms of volumes published. In

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Computer Science | Binghamton University

CS professor joins Academy of Inventors

Professor Lijun Yin is a pioneer in the field of three- and four-dimensional modeling
of the human face. He has released a series of facial-scan databases used by Hollywood
filmmakers, video-game creators and more.



Undergraduate Computer Science majors at Binghamton become effective, versatile coders
and software developers using the C, C++, Python and Java programming languages; develop
an important foundational understanding of algorithms, computer architecture, and
operating systems; and advance to study other cutting-edge topics including machine
learning, cybersecurity, cloud computing, data science, mobile computing and more. The
Bachelor of Science program in Computer Science is accredited by the Computing Accreditation
Commission of ABET, http://abet.org/.

Computer Science (BS) Computer Science (Minor)


Our programs are designed for students interested in pursuing research studies or
careers in computer science and software engineering. Our curriculum provides students
with a solid theoretical and practical

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Online Computer Science Bachelor’s Degree

College: Liberal Arts and Sciences
Bachelor of Science

Major Computer Science

In order to be considered a competitive transfer applicant for the Computer Science program, make sure that you have satisfied the following requirements.

Lower Division Applicants

Applicants with 12-59 hours of transferrable college credit

Competitive lower division applicants should have at least a 2.5 overall GPA and have
satisfactorily completed the below course:

  • Analytic Geometry and Calculus 1 (MAC 2311)
Upper Division Applicants

Applicants with 60 or more hours of transferrable college credit

Competitive upper division applicants (students with 60 or more college credits earned) should have at least a 2.5 overall GPA and have completed the below courses with at least a 2.5 GPA. Prospective applicants are also strongly encouraged to complete Physics 2 w/lab (PHY2054 and PHY 2054L) or Physics with Calculus 2 w/lab (PHY 2049 and PHY 2049L) to

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Purdue University – Department of Computer Science


Purdue inside Minecraft

Purdue CS senior, Esteban Vicente-Paulino Richey, has built Purdue’s campus inside of the popular video game Minecraft. First starting his passion project in 2019, 300 hours later and 3 million blocks placed, Richey has 52% of campus built within the game.

Wojciech Szpankowski is the Saul Rosen Distinguished Professor of Computer Science and a leader in research on analysis of algorithms, information theory, analytic combinatorics, distributed systems, and applications in bioinformatics.

Szpankowski elected to Academia Europaea

Professor Wojciech Szpankowski has been elected as a foreign member of the Academia Europaea for outstanding achievements and international scholarship as a researcher. He is one of 366 international scholars to be invited to accept membership this year. As a member of the Academia Europaea.

Sabre Kais, professor of chemical physics with a courtesy appointment in Computer Science

Purdue to lead Indiana coalition to develop quantum technologies

Sabre Kais, Professor of Chemical Physics with a courtesy appointment in Computer Science will be the lead director of the new Center for Quantum Technologies at Purdue. The center will be established through the NSF’s Industry-University Cooperative Research program with Purdue as the lead institution.

Alex Pothen, Professor of Computer Science


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Computer Science | University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science

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Computer Science: Generating advances in computation that drive progress in every aspect of human endeavor

Computer science animates our world, driving knowledge creation and innovation that touches every aspect of our lives, from communications devices to the latest medical technology. With significant strengths in the three core areas of computer science—computer systems, theory and artificial intelligence—our department fosters highly productive collaborations that have led to breakthroughs in cyber-physical systems, cybersecurity, machine learning and high-performance computing among other areas. We are applying these discoveries to address some of the most critical societal challenges of the 21st century, in fields such as healthcare, neuroscience and sustainability.

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Our Faculty

Daniel Rosenkrantz

Distinguished Professor, Biocomplexity Institute and Initiative, Computer Science (by Courtesy)

Research Areas
  • Design and analysis of algorithms
  • Database systems
  • Complexity theory

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Computer Science at NYU Shanghai

Computer Science at NYU Shanghai is designed to create technological leaders with a global perspective, a broad education, and the capacity to think creatively. It  focuses on how to design, build, and effectively use computers and systems that we interact with every day — from the iPhones in our hands, the complex databases in our banks and hospitals and even the self-driving cars of the future. Because computer technology powers the most essential functions of business, industry, government and entertainment, computer scientists have tremendous opportunities for growth and exploration.

Computer science graduates have a myriad of career paths, including: creating information technology products of the future at large and dynamic companies such as Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Apple or within exciting high-tech startups throughout the world. Entrepreneurship skills combined with computer science prowess can help in creating your own high-tech startup, pursuing careers in business or finance that leverage computer science

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A Guide to Online Computer Science Degrees in Washington

Washington State seems to have it all- the Pacific Ocean, mountains, national forests, islands, and a diverse capital city. Residents of Washington State enjoy active volcanoes with glaciers and meadows at the Mount Rainer National Park, nearly a million acres of lush rain forests and dramatic Pacific coastline at Olympic National Parks, the Columbia River Gorge, Puget Sound, and magnificent lakes for fishing clean salmon, and other fresh water fish. The economy is as diverse as the landscape, as Washington is one of the leading agricultural states, a significant trade point with Asia, and home to some of the largest Fortune 500 companies like Starbucks, Amazon, and Microsoft. Seattle alone is the home to six Fortune 500 companies, and continues to diversify and expand each year.

Largely thanks to Microsoft and Amazon, Seattle is one of the largest technology cities in the United States.Computer Science jobs are booming in Seattle

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Huntington Ingalls Industries to Acquire Alion Science and Technology For $1.65B; Andy Green Quoted

Andy Green EVP

Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) announced on Tuesday that the company has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Alion Science and Technology for $1.65 billion in cash from Veritas Capital, subject to customary adjustments. Alion is a technology-driven solutions provider for the global defense marketplace. 

The transaction constitutes an enterprise value-to-expected 2022 adjusted EBITDA1 multiple of approximately 12.2x. It will make Alion a part of Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Technical Solutions division and is expected to close in the second half of 2021.

“The combination of Alion and our Technical Solutions business represents a significant value creation opportunity that broadens our capabilities and customer access in our target markets,” commented Andy Green, HII’s executive vice president and president of Technical Solutions. 

“The experienced Alion team and the highly complementary solutions and products they provide are consistent with the strategic vision we have articulated for the Technical

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Computer Science Department | Pomona College in Claremont, California

The Computer Science Department is a closely knit group of students and faculty interested in both the theoretical and practical aspects of computer science.

Advances in computer science (CS) are responsible for technological innovations that have revolutionized many aspects of our lives. Further breakthroughs can only be barely imagined today.

To accomplish these in ways that are sensitive to the needs of individuals and society, we need highly educated computer scientists with a strong background in the liberal arts.

Our courses empower both majors and non-majors to leverage and to contribute to this rapidly evolving field.

Offering both a major and a minor, the Computer Science Department offers you a wide range of courses, an independent senior project and opportunities to

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The 2020-21 Budget: Governor’s Computer Science Proposals

The 2020-21 Budget

In this post, we analyze the Governor’s proposals to increase the capacity of school districts to teach computer science. We first provide background on computer science in California schools, then describe the Governor’s proposals, assess the proposals, and offer associated recommendations.


State Recently Adopted Computer Science Standards. The state has adopted academic content standards that describe what students are expected to know by the end of each grade in each subject. Chapter 876 of 2014 (AB 1539, Hagman) required the state to consider adopting computer science content standards. The State Board of Education (SBE) ultimately adopted a set of computer science standards in September 2018. As directed by Chapter 693 of 2016 (AB 2329, Bonilla), the SBE subsequently adopted a strategic plan in May 2019 to provide guidance on implementing the computer science standards statewide.

Schools Are Not Required to Teach Computer Science. In contrast to

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