Fanonx Rogers

July 31st, 2020in Alumni Spotlights, Spotlights

Commitment and Resources Helped Fanonx Rogers Develop the Skills to Solve Complex Problems Fanonx Rogers Software Engineer within Cloud Functions team, Oracle MS in Software Development (MET’20); BAS, Quinnipiac University Why did you choose BU MET for your graduate studies? What set BU MET apart from other programs you were considering? I opted for BU... More

Reza Rawassizadeh

Dr. Reza Rawassizadeh and Team Produce Deep Learning Model to Identify COVID-19 Infection Reza Rawassizadeh Assistant Professor, Computer Science PhD, University of Vienna (Austria) Master of Computer Science Management, Vienna University of Technology (Austria) Bachelor of Computer Engineering, Azad University of Tehran, Central Branch (Iran) What is your area of expertise? I am active in... More

Kim Richards

2020 Perkins Award Winner, Kim Richards (Questrom’08, MET’14), keeps the MET CS community connected Kim Richards Director of Program Administration for Computer Science MS in Administrative Sciences (MET'14); BS in Business Administration (Questrom'08) Please summarize what your role at BU MET entails. I currently oversee the day-to-day administrative operations of MET's Department of Computer Science. I work... More

Vikash Sahu, Anshu Goel, Asutosh Patra

July 8th, 2020in Alumni Spotlights, Spotlights

Three 2020 MET CS Graduates Were First Fellow Students in India, Now They Bring Their Expertise to Amazon Vikash Sahu, Anshu Goel, Asutosh Patra Software Development Engineers at Amazon Master of Science in Computer Science (MET’20); Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science and Engineering, Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology Tell us about the experience... More

BU MET Honors Class of 2020 with Virtual Celebration & Toast

July 8th, 2020in NewsBytes

On Saturday, May 23, Boston University Metropolitan College hosted a Virtual Celebration & Toast to conclude the spring semester and congratulate the graduating class of 2020. It was a very special event as family, friends, graduates, students, faculty, and staff gathered together virtually from across the globe to honor the... More

CAE Virtual Career Fair – September 4th

May 28th, 2020in NewsBytes

The 4th National CAE Virtual Career Fair,  sponsored by National Cybersecurity Training and Education (NCyTE) Center and the National Science Foundation, is right around the corner! Our career fair brings together students and alumni from over 300 institutions across the Nation designated as Centers of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity with employers offering internships, temporary, part-time, More

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Practical adversarial attacks against speech recognition platforms

May 7th, 2020in NewsBytes

Faculty Speaker: Shengzhi Zhang, Assistant Professor Moderated by Andrey Blidman, Computer Science Program Coordinator Thursday, May 14th  3:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. EDT Open to the BU Community REGISTER TODAY Abstract: The popularity of ASR (automatic speech recognition) systems, like Google Voice, Cortana, Amazon Echo, brings in security concerns, as demonstrated by recent attacks. The impacts of such threats, More

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Building Bots & Apps in Slack

May 5th, 2020in NewsBytes

Faculty Speaker: Adam Arakelian, Lecturer Moderated by Andrey Blidman, Computer Science Program Coordinator Thursday, May 7th  4:30 p.m. - 5:15 p.m. EDT RSVP to Andrey at for zoom access. Heard of slack and used it?  Ever built a bot or app in slack?  Do you often hear Slack and DevOps together?  In this talk we can... More

Join Our Virtual Chess Club

April 28th, 2020in NewsBytes

Connect with faculty, students and staff online by joining the Computer Science department's virtual chess club. 1) Sign up for a free account on 2) Hover over "Connect" and click on "Clubs" 3) Type in "BU MET Computer Science" and request to join!