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Talk to outline how ‘real-time’ transfer of patients’ vital signs to hospitals can save lives

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Research that delves into how vital signs of patients in critical condition can be transferred from ambulances to a hospital and physicians in “real-time” will presented in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences monthly lecture.

Seminar series to explore the use of assessments in the age of artificial intelligence

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A talk, “Authentic assessments for meeting challenges of generative artificial intelligence,” will be given by Dr. Masood Khan as part of the Department of Computer and Information Science’s monthly seminar series.

Arnavut co-authors encryption article accepted by Elsevier’s Journal

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“Concurrent Encryption and Lossless Compression using Inversion Ranks,” an article co-written by Department of Computer Information Sciences Professor Ziya Arnavut and SUNY Fredonia alumnus Dr. Basar Koc, will be published in Elsevier’s Journal of Information Security and Applications.

Computer Science student presents research project at conference

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Miles Calloway, a senior majoring in Computer Science from Eden, presented his research project, “Towards a Deep Learning Based Code Scoring Technique Using Tokenization,” at the 2023 Conference on Instruction & Technology held in May.

Goetz named recipient of SUNY’s McConney award

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Emma R. Goetz, a May 2023 candidate for graduation from SUNY Fredonia with a B.S. in Computer Information Systems, was one of 46 students from throughout the State University of New York selected to receive the Norman R. McConney Jr. Award for Student Excellence.

Computer Science students, Zubairi to participate in NSF Regional I-Corps program

Roger Coda

Two students majoring in Computer Science who are supervised and mentored by SUNY Distinguished Professor Junaid Zubairi have been accepted along with their professor to participate in the National Science Foundation’s Innovation-Corps Regional Course at SUNY Binghamton.