University of Saskatchewan Department of Computer Science

Welcome to the Department of Computer Science

CS is all about people!

We are:

  • Students, fascinated by the transformational potential of computing in the world;
  • Faculty, who undertake primary research in the field and share our discoveries (and the process by which we made them) with our students; and
  • Staff, who support the efforts of students, researchers and teachers alike in the delivery of our programs of enquiry and instruction.

Together, we explore our discipline to discover new ways in which computing can change the lives of people everywhere!

Welcome!

Department News

Congratulations to our Fall Graduates

The word "Convocation" arises from the Latin "con" meaning "together" and "vocare" meaning "to call." The Convocation ceremony is a calling together of new graduates. Congratulations to the Fall Graduates who will admitted to their degree on Saturday, October 25th, 2014.

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2015 Tri-Council (CIHR/NSERC/SSHRC) Master's Graduate Scholarship Competition

For those students wishing to apply for an NSERC Scholarship for 2015, the deadlines are coming up fairly soon.

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UofS Software aid Ebola research

Dr. Tony Kusalik and Ph.D. graduate Brett Trost are developing a new software system currently used by the U.S. National Institutes of Health's integrated research facility in Maryland to study how Ebola infects cells and what cells do to fight the infection.

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Department Seminar Series

Department Seminar Series

Speaker: David Flatla, School of Computing, University of Dundee

Summary:

Colour vision is one of those fundamental elements of day-to-day life; it helps us coordinate our clothing, prepare food, read charts, decorate our homes, keep safe, and enjoy nature and the arts. However, people with impaired colour vision (ICV) often cannot discriminate between colours that everyone else can, making these day-to-day activities difficult. 

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Let's Talk Science - Volunteer Opportunity

Let's Talk Science is a national science outreach program who strive to improve science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) literacy through leadership and educational programs, research and advocacy. 

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New Scientist Magazine feature UofS HCI study

HCI lab's Dr.Regan Mandryk and student Clayton Epp received a shout out in an article recently published in the latest issue of New Scientist, one of the biggest science magazines in the world.

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UofS CompSci students harvest experience for Farm@Hand mobile app

Three Computer Science graduate students collaborate to develop a prototype farm management application to take to market.

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Computer Science Professional Internship Program (CSPIP) - Information Session

Interested in learning more about our Computer Science Professional Internship Program? 

When: Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

Time: 1:00pm - 2:20pm

Location: Thorv 124

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