Archive for September, 2004

Sales Engineer Opening at Counterpane Internet Security

I have a friend who’s a recruiter and looking for network security sales engineers in the midwest. Below is an excerpt from her job description: — 5+ years network engineering in an SE role — understand large enterprise networks, recognize security controls that are in place, and create a centralized logging mechanism — Security tools […]

MCS Seminar, Sep 28

______________________________________________________________________ Streaming Audio and Video over the Internet: Challenges and Pitfalls Amy Csizmar Dalal Tuesday, September 28, 2003 at 3:30pm in Olin 320 ______________________________________________________________________

Problem solving contest

The MCS Club has a cool new problem solving contest, with problems contributed by David Molnar. Every two weeks he will post both a theoretical problem and an experimental one.

MCS-253 (DiffEQ) changing

At its September 22 meeting, the Curriculum Committee approved the department’s proposal to change the focus of MCS-253 (Differential Equations), effective starting in spring of 2005. The course will now have a prerequisite of either MCS-221 (Linear Algebra) or PHY-230 (Applied Mathematics for Physics and Engineering). This first year, students having difficulty adjusting their plans […]

MCS Club Meeting

The Math and Computer Science club will hold its first meeting at 7:00pm on Wednesday, Sept. 22, down in Olin 103. We will discuss different activities for the year, and try to figure out the best times to do them, and of course take suggestions. Although it is a student club, anyone from the Gustavus […]

MCS Seminar

Intro to Cryptography: The Diffie-Hellman Key Exchange Andrew Shallue Wednesday, September 22, 2004 at 11:30am in Olin 320 ____________________________________________________________

Trip to Federated Insurance

Students interested in mathematics, computer science, and related careers are invited to go along on the first CSEMS trip of the year, to visit with alumni and alumnae at Federated Insurance in Owatonna and learn about career possibilities. This trip is intented for students of all years, not just for those actively seeking jobs. Our […]

New face for a new year

The big change in MCS Department personnel this year is the addition of David Molnar as a visiting instructor. David is an expert in problem solving, including the preparation of students for the Putnam competition. He’ll be doing that at Gustavus this fall, in addition to teaching other courses throughout the year. Molnar received his […]