Center for Data, Mathematical, and Computational Sciences
Ramapo College’s Center for Data, Mathematical, and Computational Studies (CDMC) is a collaboration between our Data Science, Computer Science, and Mathematics departments. CDMC primarily supports Ramapo College’s three Master of Science degrees in tech – Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, and Data Science.
The goals of the Center include:
- promote these disciplines across the College,
- create an interdisciplinary technology environment on campus, and
- support students pursuing degrees in these fields.
To achieve these goals, the Center
- sponsors a lecture series,
- coordinates experiential learning opportunities for students, and
- houses computing lab space for students and faculty.
5 year B.S. to M.S. Option (4+1)
A key feature of our MS programs is the opportunities for students to complete their BS and MS degrees in just 5 total years at Ramapo, through our 4+1 pathways. Students majoring in Computer Science, Data Science, Mathematics, and Bioinformatics as undergraduates can enroll in any of our MS degree pathways – allowing them to complete graduate courses as seniors, and earn their Master’s degree in the following year.
Thank Arnab Mukhopadhyay for his insightful overview of how corporations view data, and how that view has evolved. In case you missed it, take a Data is the new OIL from the presentation. Read More
Congratulations to Ramapo's Data Science Professor Osei Tweneboah. Dr. Tweneboah has co-authored the textbook Data Science in Theory and Practice: Techniques for Big Data Analytics and Complex Data Sets recently published by Wiley. This book is perfect for data practitioners, undergraduate and graduate students in Data Science, Business Analytics, and Statistics programs. It provides a comprehensive treatment of the mathematical and statistical models useful for analyzing data sets arising in various disciplines, like banking, finance, health care, bioinformatics, security, education, and social services. Read More
Wednesday, November 10, 2021 at 5:00 PM until 6:00 PM - Eastern Standard Time Ramapo College is proud to host a Graduate Lecture Series about a variety of interesting topics throughout the year. During the RCNJ Lecture Series: Data is the New Oil- Why Now, you'll have the opportunity to hear from Arnab Mukhopadhyay, Head of Enterprise Architecture at Valley Bank more about exploring a systemic or architecture-based viewpoint on exploring various aspects of data – ranging from an overview on data technologies, data integration, data analytics, data governance, and industry usage of data. For more information about this particular ... Read More
We want to thank Dr. Samah Senbel for the wonderful talk on using Machine Learning to analyze the movement of Horseshoe Craps in the Long Island Sounds. In case you missed it, her talk can be viewed here. Read More
Dr. Samah Senbel, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Sacred Heart University will be describing her work on developing machine learning models to predict animal movement patterns. Please join us (virtually) on Monday, September 27th at 1pm to learn more about this important area of study in ecology, conservation and wildlife management. Register Now Connection details will be provided after registration. Abstract: Developing models to predict animal movement patterns is an important area of study in ecology, conservation and wildlife management. Models can be used to decipher patterns in mark-recapture data and machine learning can help to make predictions about ... Read More
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