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CS Adventures Summer Camp

The DISSECT and iCREDITS programs in the Department of Computer Science at NMSU, present a summer program for high school students. Interested in learning about advancements in Computer Science and Smart Grid Technologies? The CS Adventures Summer Camp will offer sessions covering app invention, Raspberry Pi, Arduino programming, Ozobots, and an introduction to smart grids….
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The Role of Human Factors in CyberSecurity

Jing ChenDepartment of PsychologyNew Mexico State University October 21, 2015 3:30pm – 4:30pmScience Hall 107 Host: Satyajayant Misra Abstract The U.S. government is mounting a systematic effort to develop a scientific approach to solving cybersecurity problems. Humans, often known as “the weakest link” in the security chain, play a central role in security measures. Research on…
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Department Head Challenges CS Undergrads

Jonathan Cook, the Interim Department Head of Computer Science, issued the following challenge to all CS undergraduate students: “I believe CS students could, if they were willing, achieve total success on any given class exam. I know students often have to make choices about where to put their effort, but I truly believe it’s possible…
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NMSU Program Manager and Alumna Named among New Mexico Women of STEM

Rebecca Galves and Patty Lopez are among 17 women across the state honored this month for their contributions in motivating young women to pursue education and careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. The group received awards at the Aug. 1 event in Albuquerque, which included a photo shoot. The women will be…
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Students in NMSU’s Game Development Club play hard but work harder

Though many students have tried their hand at playing some sort of video game, it is unlikely that many could tell you the first thing about creating one — even if you offered them a cheat code. For those interested in learning the practices behind video game creation — everything from crafting story concepts to…
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Charging Games for Electric Vehicles

Amnon MeiselsBen-Gurion University August 19, 2015 3:30pm – 4:30pmScience Hall 107 Host: William Yeoh Abstract Two models of charging electric vehicles (EVs) on the smart grid will be described, relating to two different approaches. Both models aim at balancing the load, while maintaining self-interested agents that represent the charging EVs. One model uses Boolean games (which…
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