Computer Science Department PhD Information Colloquium. Have you set your goals to: Shape the computer industry of the future? Be part of state of the art research in various fields of computer science? Take on leading Research & Development positions?. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Computer Science Department PhD Information Colloquium
Computer Science DepartmentPhD Information Colloquium
Have you set your goals to:Shape the computer industry of the future?Be part of state of the art research in various fields of computer science?Take on leading Research & Development positions?
If you answered YES to any of these questionsThen PhD might be for youToday:Learn more about What PhD is AboutLearn about some CS research groupsComputingComputer SystemsSoftware Engineering
Will address the questions:What is a PhD?Why pursue a PhD degree? How can you get into our PhD program?Lets cut to the chaseShow me the money:
starting salaries are upwards of $100,000 (more like $120,000), if you join the industry or academia with a Ph.D. in CS
Computing GroupHal Sudborough: sorting by reversals (genetics)R. Chandrasekaran: combinatorics (genetics)Ding-Zhu Du: theory everything (wireless nets)Ovidiu Daescu: computational geometry (bio-med)Sergey Bereg: computational geometry (struct-bio)Balaji Raghavachari: algorithms (TSP, optimization) D.T. Huynh: automata theory (the backbone of CS)Geometric and Bio-Medical Computing LaboratoryDr. Ovidiu Daescu: Head of the laboratoryAssistant Professor, Computer SciencePhD: University of Notre Dame, USA
Dr. Sergey Bereg, Associate Professor, Computer SciencePhD: Institute of Mathematics, BelarusDr. R. Chandrasekaran, Ashbel Smith Professor, Computer SciencePhD: University of California Berkley, USA
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