Workshop on Projects Standards and Constraints


Workshop on "Projects Standards and Constraints"

A workshop on "Projects Standards and Constraints" was  organized by the Department of Computer Engineering on 06/03/2017 from12 p.m. - 1 p.m. in the Seminar hall 55/2/A. Dr. Sasikumaran, Head of Computer Engineering department made presentation on the topic and explained the ABET requirements for Senior design project. He has emphasized that every engineering student must acquire an in depth awareness on standards and design constraints and how these concepts can be incorporated in their final year project work.  He spoke on various aspects of student's projects which includes Design Specifications, Design Realistic Constraints, Design Standards, Design Alternatives, Modeling and Simulation, Implementation, Testing & Documentation. All the final year project students and staff of Computer Engineering department attended the workshop.

About the Initiative: The National Cybersecurity Authority (NCA) is offering a training programs to improve the efficiency and enhance the productivity of Saudi students and employees in the area of Cybersecurity. These programs are offered in partnership with some of the world leading companies. Moreover, these training programs aim to have 800 trainees from government employees and universities students.   Application Requirements The applicant must be a graduate student of the 2nd semester (1438/1439) or will graduate by the end of this semester (1st semester 1439/1440). The applicant’s major of study must be Cybersecurity or Computer Science. The applicant’s GPA must be at least 3.75 of 5, or 2.75 of 4 The applicant must be a Saudi citizen. The applicant must pass the interview (if necessary) The applicant must be fluent in English (all training courses are offered in English) For more information and to fill the application please go to Mr. Hisham Hummadi (Office A/2/99) Mr. Mohammed Alasmari (Office A/2/101) Please bring a copy of the most recent transcript before filling the application  
The College of Computer Science welcomes the team of the National Center for Academic Accreditation and Assessment during its visit to the College from November 24, 2018 to November 29, 2018.
The College of Computer Science organized the meeting of the new students in the presence of the Dean of the College of Computer Science Dr. Ali Al-qarawi and the Heads of Departments. The meeting also included a definition of the college and its departments and explain their specialties in addition to explaining the rules and regulations related to them.  
The unit of students counseling and guidance with the computer club have held a meeting for welcoming the new coming students with the presence of the Dean and the units heads. The event was presented by Mr. Mohammad Aljeaid and the dean gave a welcoming speech to the audience. Within the event, each unit head gave a brief detail about his unit.  At the end of the meeting there was an open discussion with the students. On Tuesday, 08/01/1440, from 11 am to 12 noon in Hall 55/2 /A  
Summer Training in America The College of Computer Science announces the opening of registration for the external summer training for 20 students from the College (5 from each department). The training will take place at Purdue University in the United States for 6 weeks starting from 7 Shawwal 1439 to 20 Dhu al-Qa'da 1439. Students wishing to enroll must register by Thursday, 2 Ramadan 1439. Terms of Submission: 1. The student passes 100 hours of study (including the current semester). 2. The student must have at least one semester after the current semester. 3. The student must be from the year (34) or the newer years. 4. The student should not have registered for the summer semester this year. 5. The student GPA should be 3.5 and above. Submission mechanism: 1. Receipt of the form from the office of Mr. Ahmed Sahl (Office 123/2 / A). 2. Filling out the form and submitting it. 3. Attach a statement from the academic system to the number of hours passed by the student. 4. Attach a copy of the academic transcript and a copy of the national identity. Criteria for differentiation between applicants who meet the requirements: § 70% of the GPA + 30% of the English language test will be calculated. (English language test will be set later to meet the requirements)