Computer science graduate student tackles the "Turf Monster"
CSU ranks top ten at national CyberSEED competition
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Students use machine learning to reinforce canine behavior in real time

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CSU Computer Science hosts first Cyber Camp, promotes diversity in field

Indrakshi Ray, professor in the Department of Computer Science, hosted CSU’s first annual Cyber Camp. Her goal: making cybersecurity accessible and fun.

CSU researchers funded by DARPA to demystify neural networks, improve cybersecurity

CSU computer scientists and mathematicians are seeking to bring mathematics-based clarity to how artificial neural networks function, and how they can be better protected against security threats.

Fully both: CSU alum Henry Ives blends art and science

Like many students who double major, Henry Ives chose one program out of passion – music – and the other out of practicality – computer science. With time, however, those lines blurred.

DARPA Forward conference comes to CSU Aug. 30-31

Colorado State University and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) will host a two-day conference in Fort Collins on Aug. 30-31, the first such event in a series at six universities around the country.