News and Events Listing
@Morgan_CompSci received $200,000 gift from Microsoft on cloud computing and other emerging computing technologies. The gift will help develop cutting edge curriculua and support 6 undergraduate, 3 graduate students, in additional to the fund set aside for research. This is a collaborative effort of @Morgan_CompSci with school of engineering. (2020)
NSF Award in Quantum Computing and Quantum Cryptography
Google Gift on Machine Learning and AI
The CS department recently received a grant award of $18,750 from Google to conduct machine learning and AI.
NSA Grant on Cybersecurity
@Morgan_CompSci received grants from National Security Agency (NSA) in cybersecurity research. The money supports two Advanced Computing graduate students with full scholarship (tution and stipends). (2020)
Morthrop Grumman Scholarship Award
Morgan_Compter Science has received a gift of $10,000 from @northropgrumman to support students scholarships and activities. (2020)
AT&T HBCU Challenge Award
Computer Science Students to win the first ever AT&T HBCU Challenge with a $20,000 award. (2020)
Ogo-Oluwasubomi (Subomi) Popoola
Edward Dillion (faculty adviser)
IBM Masters Fellowship Award
Taofeek Obafemi-Babatunde, a CS students in the newly established MS in Advanced Computing Program to receive the prestigious IBM Masters Fellowship award. He will work on quantum cryptography and cybersecurity research. The monetary award is $10,000. (2020)
New Online Computer Science Programs at Morgan State University
The Department of Computer Science in the School of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences at Morgan State University has recently been approved to offer a Bachelor degree in Cloud Computing and a Master degree in Advanced Computing. Both programs are open to addmissions in fall 2020.
The MS in Advanced Computing program preserves the core of Computer Science (CS) while possessing unique strength in emerging areas in Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence, Data Science and Cloud Computing. The program will be delivered in both online and face-to-face formats. For online learning participates, students take ten courses and can complete the degree program in a 12-month period. Students can also choose to work on a project or conduct research and then write a thesis under the guidance of the CS faculty.
The BS in Cloud Computing instructional program is offered online as well as in a traditional classroom setting (face-to-face), providing innovative, inclusive, hands-on, workforce-oriented, and distinctive educational experiences to a broad cross-section of the population, including adult learners and other nontraditional students.
Inclusion and diversity is the core value for the CS department and Morgan State University. International students are warmly welcomed here. We will all benefit from your presence and your willingness to share your life, culture, and experiences with us.
Morgan State University Board of Regents Approves New Bachelor of Science Degree in Cloud Computing
During the public session of the Morgan State University (MSU) Board of Regents' fall quarterly meeting, Board members voted unanimously to allow the university to pursue the addition of a new Bachelor of Science degree in Cloud Computing. The creation of a Cloud Computing degree undergraduate program at Morgan would mark the first such program of its kind offered at a Maryland university and would advance opportunities for students seeking highly sought-after proficiencies in a growing interdisciplinary field.
Innovation of the Year Award
Congratulations to Dr. Rahman for receiving Morgans Innovation of the Year Award!
Best Service Award
Congratulations to Dr. Rahman for receiving the Best Service Award!
Interim chair Dr. MD Rahman organized a half day XSEDE workshp on behalf of the Computer Science Department. The event was very successful and was participated by SCMNS faculty, both UG and graduate students as well as faculty from nearby Coppin State and Delaware state universities.
Thanks to Linda Akil and John Holly of SURA for conducting the session and helping us with hands on training. We hope to conduct similar workshop/training related to computing more frequently in future.
COSC Colloquium Talk - Wednesday, September 19th
Stopping Time: The Latest Insights on the Biology and Disparities of Human Aging
Can we slow or even stop the aging process? Douglas Dluzen, PhD Assistant Professor of Biology at Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD. presented the latest developments into how and why humans age, While discussing the global health disparities that still persist in today's world with respect to human aging and age-related disease. A particular emphasis of his talk was recent research on nucleic acids, including RNA, that circulate in the blood and contribute to the aging phenotype.
Meet & Greet COSC Students - Fall 2018
Thank you you for coming and making the Fall 2018 COSC Meet & Greet event very successful. This is a great start for our students for the Fall 2018 semester. We had more than 100 students in attendance and they learned many ongoing programs and opportunities from our Faculty, Google/FB EIR and several summer Interns. I am sharing few photos here! Wish you all the best for a productive Fall semester.
Md Mahmudur Rahman, Ph.D
Interim Chair & Associate Professor
Microsoft Engineer Lectures Morgan COSC Students:
Ron Patton, a senior software engineer from Microsoft Teams in Office Products Group gave a lecture to the COSC 352 and COSC 356 classes on Thursday, October 19, 2017.
Dr. Vojislav Stojkovic delivered poster presentation
An Analysis of Summer 2017 Security Related Political Issues using Maltego at CyberSci Symposium 2017: The Battle for Cyberspace ICF Conference Center, Fairfax, VA September 28, 2017.
Dr. Rahman delivers a talk:
Dr. Rahman recently delivered a talk, "Computer Vision & Machine Learning Research in Medical Imaging Informatics" and participated in a panel session on "Machine Learning" in the Apple HBCU Faculty Summit, Cupertino, CA, August 7-10
MSU Sesquicentennial Celebration