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The Department of Computer Science was created in 1999 when Georgia State's Department of Mathematics and Computer Science was split into two departments. Since then, the department has made tremendous strides, including hiring a first-class faculty, creating a successful Ph.D. program, and building collaborative research and education programs with other science departments. Active research areas in the department include bioinformatics, graphics and visualization, networks and distributed systems, and algorithms. Six faculty members (Dr. Zhipeng Cai, Dr. Xiaojun Cao, Dr. Xiaolin Hu, Dr. Yingshu Li, Dr. WenZhan Song, and Dr. Raheem Beyah, now at Georgia Tech) have won awards from the National Science Foundation's Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program. The department's Ph.D. program is nationally competitive and ranks among the best in the Southeast, according to National Research Council data. The program also has a high rank in several categories at the PhDs.org website. More...


CS Majors Win Third Place in AT&T Coding Challenge
A team of three Georgia State undergraduate computer science majors won third place in the 2013 AT&T Coding Challenge.

Bourgeois Wins NSF Grant
Associate professor Anu Bourgeois, along with three other Georgia State faculty members, has won a $250,000 NSF grant.

Angryk Joins Department
Dr. Rafal Angryk joined the Department of Computer Science in August 2013 as an associate professor.

Department Seeks to Hire Faculty Members
The department is seeking to hire a lecturer and a faculty member to perform research in transcultural conflict and violence.

Faculty Win NSF Collaborative Research Grants
Professor Yi Pan, along with several other computer science faculty members, has been awarded two NSF collaborative research grants.