Predicting Ebola outbreaks in Ivory Coast, Africa via large mobile phone data sets.
The CIS Faculty honor the achievements of our students for the 2015 academic year.
GVSU CIS graduate student investigates using gestures based interfaces to help amateurs learn to fly drones
Learn how GVSU computer scientists are helping make the Internet a safer place.
Steve Derico (BSCS - 2009) recently published a book entitled "Introducing iOS 8". The book, published by O'Reilly in December 2014 teaches programmers how to write iPhone/iPad apps using Apple's new Swift programming language.Read more
Since graduating in April of 2012, Alex Restrepo (MS in CIS) has managed to work on a number of high profile projects out in Silicon Valley. After a 2 year stint at Instagram, Alex has recently joined Oculus VR as a software developer.Read More.
GVSU School of CIS graduate student final project/thesis presentations are scheduled for Thursday, April 23, 2015. Given the large number of students presenting, presentations will be scheduled throughout the day in both MAK A-1-105 and MAK A-1-111.
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Professor Paul Jorgensen will participate in the tenth Model-Based Testing Workshop, in London, England on April 18. This workshop is by invitation, and is heavily academic, with a very distinguished board. he will present ” A Visual Formalism for Interacting Systems.”
Model-Based Testing is an …
GVSU CIS graduate student David Qorashi controls a Parrot Bebop drone using hand gestures.
GVSU CIS graduate student David Qorashi had prior research experience in robot navigation as an undergraduate at his university in Iran. Since his arrival at GVSU, David has worked as a graduate …