Computer Science

We offer B.A., B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees.  Our program is ranked among the top 50 public universities.

Explore Our Programs in Computer Science

Cybersecurity

CS Department offers Masters degrees in Cybersecurity. Our program was the first in the state to receive the designation “CAEIAE and CAR-R”

MS in CS Cybersecurity Major

Computational Biology

Our department offers a B.S. in Computational Biology, combining the best of both degree programs.

BS in Computational Biology

Cyber Criminology

FSU offers unique B.S. and M.S. programs in Cyber Criminology.

BS in Cyber Criminology

Computer Network and System Administration

This Masters degree program provides hands-on training for network and system administration professionals

MS in CS CNSA major

Women in Computer Science

WiCS is a social and professional group geared at helping to advance women in Computer Science.

Women in Computer Science

David Whalley and Gang-Ryung Uh Awarded $600K NSF Grant to Support Vectorized Instruction Space Research

FSU Department of Computer Science faculty David Whalley and Gang-Ryung Uh have been awarded a new NSF grant for the project “Vectorized Instruction Space (VIS)”. The $1.2M project is a collaborative effort between FSU and a colleague, Soner Onder, from Michigan Technological University with each university receiving $600K. VIS relies on an executable dynamic single assignment form implemented at the machine-instruction level. VIS converts control dependences to data dependences using a process that has significantly less overhead than traditional predication, and it naturally combines controlled multi-path execution with speculation. With this new paradigm, it will be possible to eliminate a significant fraction of difficult to predict branch instructions, and efficiently unroll loops with unknown iteration counts. The project involves the development of the foundations of the paradigm both at the microarchitecture and the compiler level, targeting both superscalar and VLIW architectures.

FSU CS Research presented at ACM SIGMOD conference, held in Philadelphia June 12-17, 2022

FSU CS Research coming out of BigLab! supervised by Dr. Gubanov “Simplifying Access to Large-scale Structured Datasets by Meta-Profiling with Scalable Training Set Enrichment” will be presented at ACM SIGMOD, a flagship Data Management conference, held in Philadelphia June 12-17, 2022. Sophie Pavia won a prestigious ACM SIGMOD Student Travel award that would help partially cover the travel expenses.