Villanova Department of Computing Sciences

Testing can show the presence of bugs, but not their absence.

— Edsgar Dijkstra


Please save Thursday, October 2, 2014 on your calendar for the Grand Opening of Villanova's CAVE Facility in Falvey Memorial Library.The campus event is planned to start at 2:00 pm and will be held in the Falvey Hall Lobby (formerly known as Old Falvey and Viewing Room 4), and will include tours of the CAVE through the afternoon. More...

Thursday, October 30, 2014

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Twenty-five Villanova women, which included eighteen Computer Science majors, two Computer Engineering majors, one Mathematics major and Computer Science minor, two Information Systems majors and two Management Information Systems majors, attended the 14th annual Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference in Phoenix, Arizona, October 8-10, 2014. Grace Hopper Celebration is the world’s largest gathering of women technologists, designed to connect, inspire, and guide women in computing. Conference presenters are leaders in their respective fields, representing industry, academia and government. More...

VWCS 2014-2015 First Meeting

Posted: 2014/10/26

On Monday, Sep. 22, the Villanova Women in Computer Science (VWCS) club organized the first meeting of the year to meet the new members, discuss activities and goals, provide some information about the Grace Hopper Celebration, and network with other women from Information Sciences and Computer Engineering. The club will be meeting informally throughout the year in Mendel 290 and 4:30 pm for social interactions and support for academic development. More...

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CSC Colloquium: Adam Roben

Date: 2014/10/27 16:30
Location: Mendel Science Center 154

This presentation is part of our department colloquium series. Everyone is invited to attend.


This presentation is offered by the ECE Seminar series in collaboration with our department colloquium series. Everyone is invited to attend.



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Ben LeDonni graduated from Villanova University with a BSCS in 2002 and an MSCS in 2003. After graduating, Ben worked for Lockheed Martin in King of Prussia, where he was the lead developer on a team that developed and supported a Windows Application for a customer. He then began working for BrickSimple, a software development company, where he worked with Java, XML, Tomcat, MySQL and other technologies to develop web applications using cutting edge technology. Ben has also been conceptualizing, designing, developing and supporting websites on his own for the past three years. He decided to start his own LLC, Creative Multimedia Solutions, which focuses on developing web presences for companies that don't have a website or need one that is more up to date. It also provides network and PC support in and around the Northeast Philadelphia area.

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