Computer Science Program Ranked 3rd in the Nation
In its 2014 report, College Factual ranked WPI's computer sciences major third best in the country, while computer and information sciences ranked fourth, and the engineering major was ranked sixth overall.
The WPI Computer Science Department is very sad to announce that Matthew O. Ward, Professor of Computer Science, died yesterday at the age of 59 after a battle with cancer. It is a great loss to his family, WPI, the CS department, and the Visualization research community. >
The WPI Computer Science Department is very pleased and proud to announce that Professor Matthew O. Ward has been given the IEEE VPG Software System Award for his work in multivariate visualization and visual analytics. >
The WPI Computer Science department hosted the ninth annual High School Programming Competition on March 10, 2014. A total of 136 students forming 46 teams from 23 school districts registered for the event. Participating teams came from central Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Vermont. >
WPI's Cyber-Defense Team Competes at NECCDC Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s cyber-defense team is a group of undergraduate and graduate students who practice defending systems and networks from cyber-attacks. >
Craig Wills' research cited by Wall Street Journal The lead story on the inside section of Saturday's Wall Street Journal, "They Know What You're Shopping For," references work of CS Department Head Craig Wills. >
WPI is hiring for a Faculty Position in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology WPI invites applications for a tenure track (open rank) Professor position with a research focus in Bioinformatics to begin in the fall of 2013. >