• Computer Science Applied Learning

    At Worcester State University, we understand that the best learning includes doing. That’s why we offer you the opportunity to hone your computer science knowledge and skills by working on faculty-led undergraduate research exploring topics like water quality analysis, cloud computing, and analysis of broadband availability.

    Many of our students have presented their research at state, regional, and international computer science conferences, including:

    • International Conference on Bioinformatics
    • International Conference on Foundations of Computer Science
    • Consortium for Computing Science in Colleges—Northeastern Region
    • Midstates Conference for Undergraduate Research in Computer Science and Mathematics
    • New England Undergraduate Computing Symposium

    We recognize these remarkable student-faculty collaborations at our annual Celebration of Scholarship and Creativity. Recent projects include:

    • New York City Employment 2014
    • Predicting Employee Gender Based on Salary and Education in WEKA
    • Body Fat Analysis
    • Buying a Car: Can We Make a “Smart” Decision?
    • Applying to College: Which One to Choose?
    • Tennis Analytics with WEKA
    • Artificial Neural Network Implementation of Data Mining Rules
    • Name-Ethnicity Classification: Predicting Ethnicities Based on Names