The NDSU Computer
Systems Institute

The Computer Systems Institute was founded in 1981 and, over the years, has conducted customized training for industry, developed cross-disciplinary projects that provided specialized equipment to improve education in computer science and electrical engineering, and contracted for the development of customized information and decision support systems. The Institute manages an endowment that supports the Department of Computer Science, through the granting of student scholarships, providing faculty development opportunities, and meeting specialized departmental needs.

Mission Statement

The Computer Systems Institute provides a vehicle for carrying out projects, and for entering into cooperative agreements and mutually beneficial partnerships between off-campus organizations and the faculty and staff of the Department of Computer Science at North Dakota State University. The Computer Systems Institute promotes and supports multi-disciplinary research and development in computer systems.

Activities

Education and Outreach Design and Development
  • Courseware Development
  • Continuing Education
  • Customized Training
    (Skills Training Center)
  • Seminar Series
  • Research Projects
  • Privately Sponsored Projects
  • Faculty/Staff Consulting/Referral
  • Capstone Courses



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