Governor Andrew Cuomo’s recent Start-UP NY initiative is aimed at creating tax-free zones to attract and grow businesses that partner with a SUNY campus. The timing couldn’t be better for Stony Brook computer science students who recently met with Long Island entrepreneurs at the Students and Start-Ups event, hosted by the Department of Computer Science, Accelerate Long Island and the Career Center.
Talks & Events
Computer Science Assistant Professor Phillipa Gill received the Best Paper Award at the 2013 Internet Measurement Conference (IMC) in Barcelona, Spain.
Stony Brook University (SBU) officially established the National Security Institute (NSI) to research and develop technologies that will contribute to a secure homeland composed of resilient, trustworthy, and reliable communications and computing platforms.
- Computer Science Students Interface with Entrepreneurs
- “Follow the Money” Receives Best Paper Award at Internet Measurement Conference 2013
- Two Stony Brook Computer Science Teams Finish in Top 10 at the ACM ICPC Greater New York Regional Programming Contest
- National Security Institute Set to Lead the Region in Cybersecurity Research and Development
- NSF Collaboration Results in Innovative Active Learning Funding
- Sekar & Zhang Receive 2013 USENIX Security Symposium Best Paper Award
- Welcome! Dr. Allen Tannenbaum Joins CS Faculty at SBU
- New CEAS Faculty Span the Globe
- ALP Presents Kifer with Test of Time Award
- NSF Research Award Funds Storage Design for Scientific Big Data
- Vyas Sekar is part of NSF $5.8M Cyberspace Research Grant
- Stony Brook Computer Science Professor Awarded ICCM's Prestigious Morningside Gold Medal
- Radu Sion’s Research Enabling Cost-effective Cloud High Performance Computing (HPC) Receives Collaborative NSF Award
- Department of Computer Science Receives SUNY High Needs Program Award