Latest News

  • USCB Student Develops Safety App for Campus [WSAV news]
  • The Computational Science program at USCB is forming a student chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), an international organization devoted to the advancement of computing as a science and as a profession. For details about membership and available leadership positions, please visit the ACM@USCB website or contact the chapter's faculty advisor, Dr. Brian Canada (email: bcanada@uscb.edu, phone: 843-208-8314).

  • The SharkBytes STEM outreach event, held on March 16th, draws 80 middle & high school students to USCB -- see local press coverage in the Island Packet!
     
  • Computational Science is hosting SharkBytes, a one-day STEM outreach event for middle and high school students the Lowcountry region, on Saturday, Mar. 16, 2013. For more information, please contact Dr. Yiming Ji (email: yimingji@uscb.edu, phone: 843-208-8216) or Dr. Brian Canada (email: bcanada@uscb.edu, phone: 843-208-8314). [SharkBytes Report]
     
  • USCB offers academic computing scholarships for new students [USC Times].
     
  • Congratulations! Lee Fair and Jonathan Bello-Mejia were selected by the Distributed Research Experiences for Undergraduates (DREU) program for Summer 2012.  
  • Congratulations to John Hollingworth and Ivana Simic on the receipt of the prestigious Magellan scholar awards. Best wishes for your successful projects.  [see more about the Magellan Scholar program].


  • Computational Science (CSci) is hosting a summer research workshop on digital image processing from May 23-June 16, 2011. For more information or to inquire about openings, please contact Dr. Brian Canada at bcanada@uscb.edu.
  • Frey Media on Hilton Head Island has several open internships for the summer..
  • The Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL; see http://srnl.doe.gov/) has a number of summer internship opportunities available. Look for openings here!

  • Congratulations to USCB graduating senior Robert Player, whose research with Dr. Yiming Ji won first place in the Computer Science and Engineering Poster division of USC-Columbia’s Discovery Day, April 22, 2011. [WJCL/WTGS news]

  • Sarah Ludwig-Monty, a graduating senior Biology student working under the supervision of Dr. Stephen Borgianini and Dr. Brian Canada, received first place in the Hypothesis-Driven Research division at USCB’s 2011 Research and Scholarship Day, April 18, 2011. Congratulations, Sarah!

  • USCB CSci student Jonathan Bello-Mejia was selected by the Distributed Research Experiences for Undergraduates (DREU) program for Summer 2011. Great job, Jonathan!