Tutors for Spring 2017

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Here they are! Put ’em to good use: they know what they’re doing.

Note the location: Hobbs 118, where there are tables, computers, and sofas, making a pleasant environment (we hope) for hanging out and working on whatever you have between classes.

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Sunday
3:00-4:00 pm Emma Elliot Emma Elliot Emma Elliot Tyler Percario
4:00-5:00 pm Emma Elliot Emma Elliot Emma Elliot Tyler Percario
5:00-6:00 pm
6:00-7:00 pm Tyler Percario Micheal Ikoigha Tyler Percario Micheal Ikoigha Micheal Ikoigha
7:00-8:00 pm Tyler Percario Micheal Ikoigha Tyler Percario Micheal Ikoigha Micheal Ikoigha
8:00-9:00 pm Micheal Ikoigha Tyler Percario

 

App developer to speak on campus

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Developer Django Degree will coming on campus to talk about his new app business to students.  he will present his latest app to them and is seeking feedback about it.  He is also offering opportunity for LC students that want to create apps and have discussions about them.  Hosting an info session at 4-5:00pm on Thursday Feb 9th in the Genworth room.  We have Django going to several classes for student interaction.

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gamenight

Come and enjoy a casual night of playing games with other Computer Science students this Saturday, October 1st! It will be at 7 PM in Hobbs 118. Games include cards, Betrayal at House On the Hill, Cards Against Humanity, Smash Bros, Mario Kart, other console games, and anything else that you want to bring!

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mzk_lcProfessor M. Zakaria Kurdi joins Lynchburg College as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science.

Prior to coming to LC, he was a Visiting Professor at the University of Delaware, Newark, DE.

Dr. Kurdi received his Ph.D. in CS from Joseph Fourier University in Grenoble, France. He taught and/or did research in several universities around the world including: Pierre Mendes France and Stendhal Universities, France, Universities of Aleppo and Baath, Syria, and the University of Ottawa in Canada.

Dr. Kurdi’s teaching interests include Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Data Science, Databases, algorithms, System Design and Analysis, and programming languages.

Dr. Kurdi’s main research interests are about NLP applications to educational systems as well as building cognitively inspired model of spoken language processing.

He recently published the first volume of his book about NLP and computational linguistics and ISTE-Wiley.

In his free time, he does some jogging, discovers new places and takes care of his 55 gallon planted tank.

Computer Science Department Spring Picnic

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pizza-slice

Tuesday April 26 from noon to 2pm at the Townhomes Pavilion!
Tuesday April 26 from noon to 2pm at the Townhomes Pavilion!
Tuesday April 26 from noon to 2pm at the Townhomes Pavilion!
Tuesday April 26 from noon to 2pm at the Townhomes Pavilion!

Be sure to come down and get some free pizza and refreshments with your fellow students and teachers.