research awards

Researcher’s Breakthrough Algorithm Key for Precision Medicine

The work of WMU computer science professor and researcher Dr. Fahad Saeed recently was highlighted by the National Science Foundation and recognized as a breakthrough in the world of mass spectrometry-based protein research. ... more

NSF Research Grant on Sampling Criteria for Monitoring Influenza Emergencies ...

Dr. Elise DeDoncker is a Co-PI with Diana Prieto, PI, and Rajib Paul, Co-PI on a grant from the NSF Program on Service, Manufacturing, and Research, in the Division of Civil, ... more

NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates

Prof. Saeed has been awarded US$ 16,000 as Research Experience for Undergraduate (REU) supplement which is part of NSF grant CRII CCF-1464268. more

NSF Visualization and Analysis for C Code Security Grant

Dr. Steve Carr (WMU, PI), James Yang (WMU, co-PI), Jean Mayo (MTU, PI) and Ching-Kuang Shene (MTU, co-PI) have been awarded a $300,000 National Science Foundation grant ($169K WMU, $131K MTU) entitled “VACCS - Visualization and Analysis for C Code Security.” more

National Science Foundation Cloud-Based Software Testing Grant

Dr. Zijiang Yang (PI) has been awarded a $65,559 National Science Foundation EAGER grant entitled “Systematic and Scalable Testing of Concurrent Software in the Cloud.” The objective of this research is to develop new algorithms and software tools to address the crucial problems of systematic and scalable testing of shared-memory concurrent software. more

National Science Foundation High Performance Computing Big Data Grant

Dr. Fahad Saeed, assistant professor of computer science and electrical & computer engineering, was recently awarded a Research Initiation Initiative (CRII) research grant of US $171,341 from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The grant will support his research on high performance algorithms and architectures for Big Data. more

graduate student publications

GUICat: GUI Testing as a Service

Authors: Lin Cheng, Jialiang Chang, Zijiang Yang, and Chao Wang. more

Justifying the Transition from Trustworthiness to Resiliency via Generation of Safety Cases

Authors: Chung-Ling Lin, Wuwei Shen, and Steven Drager. more

Support for Safety Case Generation via Model Transformation

Authors: Chung-Ling Lin, Wuwei Shen, and Richard Hawkins. more

A Framework To Support Generation and Maintenance of An Assurance Case

Authors: Chung-Ling Lin, Wuwei Shen, and Steven Drager. more

A Variable-Length Network Encoding Protocol for Big Genomic Data

Authors: Mohammed Aledhari, Mohamed S Hefeida, and Fahad Saeed. more

Topic Modeling: A Big Data Challenge

Authors: Shilpa Lakhanpal, Ajay Gupta. more

department announcements

Research Day Awards

Graduate students win awards at the Tenth Annual WMU Research, Creative Activities Poster and Performance Day. more

Phd Student Represented WMU in Regional 3MT competition.

WMU Graduate student in the Computer Science doctoral program, Sandino Vargas-Perez, gave a presentation at the regional Three Minute Thesis(3MT) competition. more

Computer Science interactive newsletter

The 2016 Department of Computer Science Newsletter can be found at: CS Newsletter

CEAS newsletter

For the latest news at the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, you can access the July issue of the CEAS Newsletter at: College of Engineering and Applied Sciences e-News.

Ajay Gupta Elected as Vice-Chair of IEEE Computer Society Technical Activities Committee

Dr. Ajay Gupta, a Professor of Computer Science at Western Michigan University, has been elected as the Vice-Chair of the prestigious IEEE Computer Society (IEEE-CS) Technical Activities Committee. more

NSF XSEDE Super-Computing Infrastructure Allocation

Congratulations to Prof. Fahad Saeed (CS/ECE) who has been allocated time (and space) on the prestigious NSF Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) super-computing infrastructure. The XSEDE is the most powerful and robust collection of integrated digital resources and supercomputing services in the world. more