University of Bridgeport Department of Computer Science and by nye15450

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									    University of Bridgeport
Department of Computer Science
       and Engineering

       Stephen Grodzinsky
     Professor and Chairman

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                       Department of Computer Science
                        and Engineering – The Faculty

   Julius Dichter:        Ph.D., University of Connecticut; artificial intelligence, parallel and
                           distributed processing, object- oriented design
   Stephen Grodzinsky:    Ph.D., University of Illinois; logic synthesis, FPGA and digital design,
                           VLSI design
   Gonhsin Liu:           Ph.D., SUNY Buffalo; digital signal and image processing, computer
                           vision, Unix programming
   Ausif Mahmood:         Ph.D., Washington State University; computer architecture, parallel
                            processing, VLSI design
   Valluru Rao:           Ph.D., Washington University; neural networks, genetic algorithms,
                           theory of computation
   Tarek Sobh:            Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania; robotics and automation, precision
                           manufacturing, reverse engineering, sensing.
   Khaled Elleithy:       Ph.D., University of Southwestern Louisiana; network security,
                           computer Arithmetic, Computer Architecture and formal approaches
                           for design and verification.
   Mostafa Aref:          Ph.D., University of Toledo, Artificial Intelligence, Natural language
                           Processing, Knowledge Representation, Object – oriented design.
   Abhilasha Tibrewal:    M.S., University of Bridgeport, Object – oriented programming,
                           engineering education. M.S, Education, University of Bridgeport.

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         Department of Computer
         Science and Engineering –
               The Programs

   B.S. in computer engineering – ABET-accredited
    (1 of 2 in CT, 1 of 8 in New England, 1 of 8 in
    NY, NJ, CT area)
   B.S. in computer science
   M.S. in computer engineering
   M.S. in computer science (& new weekend program
    in Stamford)


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         Department of Computer
         Science and Engineering –
               The Facilities
   Unix Laboratory – SPARC workstations
    - Initially funded with an NSF grant of $100K
   Mixed Signal Laboratory – Pentium-based
    - Funded with an NSF grant of $56K
   Image Sequence Laboratory – Mac-based
    - Funded with an NSF grant of $105K
   Networking Laboratory – formative stages
   Robotics Laboratory
    - Partially funded with a grant from FES
   Microprocessor and Instrumentation Laboratory
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 Department of Computer Science
and Engineering – The Students (1)

   ~ 330 graduate students
   98 undergraduate students
   Approximately evenly divided between
    computer science and computer
    engineering
   ~ 33% of undergraduates go to graduate
    school immediately after graduation
   Population has tripled since spring 1996
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     Department of Computer Science
    and Engineering – The Students (2)

   Have students in doctoral programs at Colombia,
    Cornell, Purdue, Stony Brook & Others
   Team of 3 always finishes in top fifth of regional
    ACM contest
   Enter local industry – Pitney Bowes, Transwitch,
    Sikorsky, NewNet, UTC
   National companies – Synopsys, Cascade Design
    Automation, Hewlett Packard, Motorola, Sony, EMC,
    Lexmark, Oracle
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    Department of Computer Science
           and Engineering

   Faculty

   Programs

   Facilities

   Students

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