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  • Title: Computer Science at St. Bonaventure University
    Descriptive info: .. The Computer Science Department.. Computer Science Home.. Programs and Offerings.. Facilities.. Calendar/News.. Departmental Grants and Awards.. Faculty.. Students.. Alumni.. Department-Sponsored Events.. Directions and Contact Information.. MS Academic Alliance.. Dan Eiseman '10 (left) at his poster presentation at the Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, March 2010.. John Postl '11 and Jen Dempsey '12 reviewing PeopleBot behavior.. John Postl '11 and Ryan Lamberson '13 consulting.. Lobby of the William F.. Walsh Science Center seen from the De la Roche connector.. Dr.. Robert Harlan assisting students in lab.. ABOUT US:.. The Department is located in the newest building on campus, the Walsh Science Center, and provides students with up-to-date labs and equipment, which they use to work on many projects.. Some of these projects include graphics and animation, web application development, robot-human interaction, user interface design, and large-scale distributed computing.. Program graduates are well prepared to master the ever-changing technology in the computer industry.. Graduates readily find entry level IT postions and alumni working in the industry frequently recruit new graduates, resulting in clusters of Bonaventure alumni at several companies.. Current News:.. Coty Collins '13 Presents at National Conference.. March 12, 2013.. Senior computer science major Coty Collins presented a poster on his two-year project to improve the Corona project at the Association for Computing Machinery’s 2013 Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education.. Coty was one of eleven undergraduates invited to present.. The annual conference, held this year in Denver, Colorado, March 6 – 9, is the leading international conference for computer science educators.. more.. Brandon Kowalski's.. univFeed.. Undergoing Live Testing.. February 27, 2013.. Junior computer science major Brandon Kowalski recently launched his web  ...   Elliot Anshelevich.. His topic is the existence and inefficiency of equilibria in various games.. Collins '13 Interns at Nationwide Insurance.. May 2, 2012.. Coty Collins ’13 will work as an Information Technology intern for Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company at the company's headquarters in Columbus, Ohio, this summer.. He will participate in planning, building and testing applications.. Collins obtained the internship through 2001 alumus Brandon Smith, who has been with Nationwide since graduation.. Bonaventure Computer Science Professor Steven Andrianoff contacted Smith on Collins’ behalf.. Smith conducted a phone interview with Collins and made the offer.. more.. Jen Dempsey Awarded University of Arizona Research Assistantship.. April 27, 2012.. Jenifer Dempsey ‘12 accepted a graduate school offer from the University of Arizona.. She received a Research Assistantship to work with Dr.. Richard Snodgrass and will pursue a Ph.. She plans on specializing in temporal databases or ergalics.. Dempsey received offers from the University of Washington and the University of Colorado in addition to the offer from Arizona.. She visited all three and chose Arizona.. She will begin classes in the fall of 2012.. Dan Eiseman ’10 Presents at National Conference.. June 21, 2010.. Senior computer science major Dan Eiseman presented a report on his three year project to develop a software testing suite at the 2010 Association for Computing Machinery’s Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education.. The conference, held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, March 11 – 13, is the leading national conference for computer science educators.. Student Huzzah:.. Upper division undergraduate students serve as lab assistants in lower division labs.. Here senior Grace Lewandowski 10 assists students in Dr.. Harlan s CS 131 lab.. Our Television Commercial..

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  • Title: Computer Science at St. Bonaventure University
    Descriptive info: -.. Undergraduate Software Development Lab.. The Software Development Lab, located in the William F.. Walsh Science Center Room 101, supports the first four courses in the computer science major sequence.. In addition, it is the lab environment for the Database and Data-Driven Web Application Development courses, the User Interface course, and two Computer Graphics courses.. The lab originated with a National Science Foundation Award 9551854 for the support of an innovative computer graphics course for non-majors.. The original 16 machines were high-end, dual boot (Windows and Linux).. The equipment has been updated on several occasions including, most recently, the addition of two machines with high-end graphics processing units.. Software on the machines include the IDE Eclipse and Java, Visual Studio and C#, SQL Server, and  ...   permits experimentation with behavior control algorithms.. The lab is located in room 103 of the William F.. Walsh Science Center.. The current robotics equipment was purchased two grants.. National Science Foundation CCLI-AI Grant 9980999 in 2000 enabled the purchase of eight robotics workstations based on the Khepera miniature robot, hardware for object manipulation and vision, and a larger Koala robot.. A 2007 grant from the George I.. Alden Trust enabled the Department to purchase a PeopleBot robot, a full-sized robot that is designed to interact with people.. The lab supports the Department's Robotics and Computer Vision course, CS 342,and original research under faculty supervision by its undergraduates.. Seven undergraduates have served as co-authors of the labs technical reports listed below.. Read More about the Robotics Program..

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  • Title: Computer Science at St. Bonaventure University
    Descriptive info: Calendar and News.. What is Going on In the C.. S.. Department?.. September 2013.. Sun.. Mon.. Tue.. Wed.. Thu.. Fri.. Sat.. 25.. 26.. 27.. 28.. 29.. 30.. 31.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. 8.. 9.. 10.. 11.. 12.. 13.. 14.. 15.. 16.. 17.. 18.. 19.. 20.. 21.. 22.. 23.. 24..

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    Descriptive info: 2007 Inside the Mind of a Robot.. George I.. Alden Trust.. Robert Harlan and Anne Foerst.. Awarded March, 2007.. Acquire a MobileRobots PeopleBot® robot, a full-sized robot designed to interact with humans.. The robot will support the design of planning systems that enable it to carry out tasks and will support experimentation on human-robot interaction.. 2001 Bonaventure Information Technology Scholarship Program.. National Science Foundation CSEMS Grant 0123027.. Robert Harlan, David Levine and Steven Andrianoff.. Awarded October, 2001.. Establish a scholarship program for students majoring in computer science and planning careers as information technology professionals.. The grant supports four students entering in 2002 for four years and four students entering in 2003 for three years at a level of $3,125 per year.. 2000 Bonaventure Robotics Laboratory.. National Science Foundation Award.. 9980999.. Investigators: Robert Harlan(PI) and David Levine.. Awarded: 5/2000.. Develop an eight-workstation.. robotics laboratory.. to support a course on robotics and computer vision and to support undergraduate and faculty robotics research.. When complete, the lab will consist of eight.. Khepera.. miniature robots, four gripper modules for object  ...   via the World Wide Web.. 1995 Undergraduate Graphics Laboratory.. 9551854.. Dalton Hunkins (PI), Robert Harlan, Steven Andrianoff.. Awarded: 5/95.. Develop a.. PC laboratory.. to support an introduction to graphics course for non-science majors.. The course would serve as an introduction to science and as a motivation to the additional study of science and mathematics for non-science majors.. 1992 Parallel Computation Laboratory.. 9251180.. Robert Harlan (PI).. Awarded: 6/92.. Purchase of a 16 node, multi-user multi-computer board hosted by a workstation and software to support a Parallel Computation course and to support labs that introduce parallel computation in the core Computer Science curriculum.. The hardware and software have been retire.. 1990 Upper Division UNIX Laboratory.. Sun Microsystems, Inc.. Steven Andrianoff and Robert Harlan.. Awarded: 6/90.. Acquire workstations to develop a UNIX laboratory to support upper division Computer Science courses.. 1990 Parallel Processing Equipment.. SGS Thomson, Inmos Division.. Robert Harlan.. A.. warded: 7/90.. Acquire an 8-node multi-computer board hosted by a PC to support a Parallel Computation course.. Last Updated: August 2012.. Go to the.. Bonaventure Computer Science.. home page..

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  • Title: Computer Science at St. Bonaventure University
    Descriptive info: The Computer Science Faculty.. The strength of Bonaventure's Computer Science Program is its faculty.. Each faculty member is first and foremost a dedicated teacher who enjoys the close contact with students afforded by class sizes of 15 to 20 students.. All are active in regional and national computer organizations and have published widely in the area of computer science education.. Together the computer science faculty has published over 60 articles and five books, participated in twelve National Science Foundation workshops, and written four successful National Science Foundation grant applications.. Most have ongoing research programs in which they involve junior and senior majors,  ...   Associate Professor of Computer Science.. Software Engineering, Systems.. Professors Profile.. Professors Home Page.. Anne Foerst, Ph.. Artificial Intelligence, Human/Robot Interaction.. David B.. Levine, Ph.. Professor of Computer Science.. Algorithms, Object-Oriented Design, User Interfaces.. Suzanne Watson, D.. Ed.. PlaceHolder.. Robert Harlan, Ph.. Web Development, Robotics.. Dalton R.. Hunkins, Ph.. Graphics.. Faculty work closely with students, enabing them to speak to prospective employers about individual student accomplishments.. Faculty provide students with one on one academic and career advisement.. Each semester undergraduates are involved in faculty research project.. Here senior major Laura L'Esperance assists Dr.. Harlan in testing the navigation skills of a PeopleBot robot..

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  • Title: Computer Science at St. Bonaventure University
    Descriptive info: The Legend of Andrew Krull!!.. He is part:.. Buddhist Monk.. Robot.. Terrorist.. Jesus.. Some Say:.. He can divide by zero.. Wears a monocle.. Never talks.. Fought a grizzly bear.. Greets with salutations.. Can turn his hands into swords.. He looked the world’s most interesting man in the face and laughed.. His middle name is not an intriguing mystery.. He can find real solutions to non-real roots.. He thinks in hex.. The Andrew Krull exception can’t even be handled by Chuck Norris.. “I always thought LSD stood for ‘load’ ‘save’ ‘delete’.. ”..

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  • Title: Computer Science at St. Bonaventure University
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  • Title: Computer Science at St. Bonaventure University
    Descriptive info: 2010 Programming Competition Announcement.. Date of the competition:.. Friday, February 26, 20.. For the past twenty-one years St.. Bonaventure University s Computer Science Department has hosted a programming contest for high school students.. Originally the contest attracted schools in Western New York and Northwestern Pennsylvania.. Over the years the contest has grown and teams have traveled to Bonaventure from a wider area.. In addition to schools from Buffalo, Rochester, Ithaca, Pittsburgh, and Erie, schools from Ohio, Delaware, Virginia, Maryland, and even California have participated.. The contest provides an opportunity for students to demonstrate their programming skills in a competitive environment.. The contest will be held on the St.. Bonaventure University campus on a Friday, February 26.. Each team must be accompanied by a faculty advisor from their school.. St.. Bonaventure University covers the cost of all materials and meals.. The only cost to participating schools is transportation to and from the campus.. Participation is restricted to 25 teams and participants are selected on a first-come, first-served basis.. Teams must register for the contest by January 25.. Schools will be sent more detailed information regarding the computer facilities, contest rules, and sample contest problems once they have registered.. Check-in for the teams begins at 8:00 a.. m.. and the orientation begins at 8:45 a.. The final awards presentation will be completed by 2:00 p.. Team awards will be presented to the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place teams.. A large traveling trophy, donated by Metrowerks, can be kept for one year by  ...   for the problems so that minimal knowledge of the Eclipse environment is required of the student programmers.. A professional development workshop is conducted during the contest for faculty advisors.. The topics covered in the workshop varies from year to year.. Most of the contest problems require a team to write a complete program that meets given specifications.. Some of the contest problems will require the students to write a program that uses a pre-defined class that we will provide at the time of the contest.. (Problems of this type have appeared in the contest the last several years.. ) Instructions for practicing with class-based problems are available at the contest web site.. Still other problems are designed to emphasize the importance of complete testing when writing programs.. More specifically, these testing-based problems will present students with a specification written in the same format as more traditional problems.. The students will also be presented with a web page that features an applet that runs a partially correct solution to the problem.. It is up to the team to find an input data set such that the program on the web page does NOT generate the correct answer for their input.. Teams are responsible for providing the correct answer for that input data as well.. Some.. sample testing-based problems.. are now available.. REGISTRATION.. : To register a team for the competition please send an email with your contact information to.. Steven Andrianoff.. , contest director.. Please register no later than Friday, January 29..

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  • Title: Computer Science at St. Bonaventure University
    Descriptive info: Microsoft Developers Network Academic Alliance.. Bonaventure Computer Science is a member of the.. Microsoft Developers Academic Alliance.. , which enables students to obtain any Microsoft developer product free of charge.. This includes Visual Studio and all of the.. Net Framework languages.. It also includes Windows XP Professional, Vista, and 7 Professional.. While the MSDNAA does provide Access 2007, the remainder of the Office Suite is not provided.. Students wishing to obtain Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc.. , will need to purchase such software separately..

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  • Title: Collins Presentation
    Descriptive info: Corona is a software framework intended to help beginning programming students develop mastery in the testing of software.. Coty was advised throughout his project by Drs.. Steven Andrianoff and David Levine, both of the Computer Science Department at St.. The earlier version of Corona was able to automate much of the process of creating tests but it required users to master a somewhat arcane syntax..  ...   overhead is reduced through a tree structure which allows users to specify objects.. Corona is used by students and faculty in various courses.. It is also used to create test cases for judging solutions at the Department’s annual high school programming contest.. While at the conference, Coty also served as a student volunteer where he helped with various conference management activities.. Return to.. Home Page..

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  • Title: Kowalski Software Launch
    Descriptive info: Junior computer science major Brandon Kowalski recently launched his web application.. at St.. Kowalski presented univFeed to the St.. Bonaventure University public relations and technology services offices.. Public Relations, which manages daily announcements for the University, agreed to test the application and is now using it for announcement distribution along with the conventional, email-based distribution.. Consumers were asked to both volunteer to use the software and to provide feedback  ...   of the application is that it permits the distribution and receipt of announcements on a real time, as needed basis.. The pilot version of the application allows for the viewing of notices.. Kowalski will expand the functionality of univFeed to incorporate RSS feeds from various campus organizations (i.. e.. The Bonaventure Newspaper) and allow for accounts that will enable users to customize their feed with categories of their choosing..

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