CSSE major presents at international conference
CS major presents at international conference
OCT. 29, 2013 – An undergraduate computer science student recently presented research he completed during a summer research program funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Senior Clinton Walker was offered a research position working on mobile cyber-physical systems with Dr. Qijun Gu at Texas State University, San Marcos, this past summer. His work resulted in a paper, “Computation Integrity in Mobile Cloud: Running Probabilistically Checkable Proof on Android,” which Walker presented at the first International Workshop on Internet of Things in Austin, Texas, on Oct. 20.
Congratulations to both Walker and the computer science and software engineering faculty who prepared him at SPSU for the research position with Dr. Gu.