Krieder Named One for the Future
Scott Krieder has been named as one of the winners of the "Fifty for the Future®" program ... More
Data Science Panel from Reunion 2013
Reunion 2013 included a panel discussion on Data Science... More | Video
Part-Time Instructor Position Available
Applications are invited for a part-time instructor starting in the Spring 2014 semester... More
Lan Awarded NSF Grant for Topology Awareness
Zhiling Lan has been awarded a three-year grant for $498,377 for “A Cooperative Framework for Topology Awareness on Large-Scale Systems” ... More
IIT Hosts Discovery Camp for Middle-School Girls
The IIT Computer Discovery Camp offered an opportunity this past summer for more than 30 middle-school girls ... More
Earn College Credit from IIT to Replace the AP Computer Science AB Exam in 2014
Are you a high school student who is interested in pursuing a career in the lucrative and ever-expanding field of computer science? If so, Illinois Institute of Technology can help you get a jump start on your future! ... More
New Graduate Student In CS?
If you're a new graduate student in computer science for fall 2013 and you missed the CS dept orientation on Wed Aug 14, watch the new student video (link at the bottom of this page). If you're having trouble registering, see your advisor or Vida Winans (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jim Sasaki (email@example.com).
IIT Named a “Best Buy” School
IIT has been named a “Best Buy” school in the 2014 edition of Fiske Guide to Colleges ... More
Sun at International Supercomputing Conference
An article about ”Breaking the Law“, a presentation by Xian-He Sun, professor of computer science and chair of the department, appears at PC World Australia. The law in question, Amdhal’s Law, describes the limits to computational speedup as parallelism increases; the presentation — given at the International Supercomputing Conference (ISC 2013) — addressed how these limitations can be avoided in certain situations. The article is also available at ComputerWorld UK and CIO.com.
Master of Data Science Degree Program Launched
Responding to a growing need for people who can turn big data into intelligent insights, Illinois Institute of Technology has launched a new Master of Data Science (MAS DS) program for Fall 2013 ... More
Argamon Interviewed in Forbes About Data Science
In an interview in Forbes magazine, Professor Shlomo Argamon discussed producing “well-rounded data scientists.” ... More
CUDA Research & Teaching Center
NVIDIA has selected the CS department to be one of its 2013-2014 CUDA Research and Teaching Centers, committed to advancing the state of parallel GPU research and education using the CUDA™ C/C++ programming model. The department has received a number of CUDA-capable GPUs ... More
Information Systems Security Recertification
Lauren Ribordy Illinois Runner-Up for NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing
Lauren Ribordy, a Glenbrook High School student who worked at IIT with Ioan Raicu, was named a 2013 Illinois Affiliate Award Runner-Up ... More
Part-Time Instructor Position Available for Fall 2013
Applications are invited for a part-time instructor in computer science starting in fall 2013 ... More
Industry Experts Welcome as Adjunct Faculty
If you're working in industry or in research and development, then you know how hard it is to find good interns and co-op students for cutting-edge areas. One good way is to teach: You can pass on your expertise, meet good students, and get paid for doing it ... More
Photos from 2013 Commencement
Left: Before and during commencement. Right: Dr. Sun's address.