Center for Data, Mathematical, and Computational Sciences
Ramapo College’s Center for Data, Mathematical, and Computational Sciences (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 mission of the Center is to:
- Promote a modern image of liberal arts, where quantitative skills and digital literacy are recognized as critical to all disciplines.
- Support a tech community at Ramapo College by strengthening interdisciplinary and outside partnerships.
- Develop undergraduate and graduate students skilled at applying technical concepts to real-world problems.
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.
Date/Time: Thursday, 4/18/24, 5-7 pm Location: Ramapo College, Trustees Pavilion Join us for the Data, Mathematical, and Computational Sciences (DMC) Fair on April 18th, 2024. This event will feature keynote speaker Dr. Anthony Scriffignano. Anthony Scriffignano is an internationally recognized data scientist with experience spanning over 40 years, in multiple industries and domains. He is a Distinguished Fellow and member of the Loomis Council of The Stimson Center, a nonprofit, nonpartisan Washington, D.C. think tank. The event will also feature poster presentations from our students' Senior Capstone projects and Masters Thesis. Keynote Speaker Hyperdisruption: How is the datasphere changing? How ... Read More
The Computer Science Club is happy to announce their first big event for the semester! Eric Wohltman, a Senior Lead Software Engineer working at the biggest bank in the US (Chase), will give an online presentation. He will share his story about what he did as a college student, how he got his first job at Chase, and how he grew in the company to become a senior lead developer. He'll also share some tips and some of the mistakes he made along the way. Sure, you do not want to miss it! DATE: February 28 @ 6 PM LOCATION: ... Read More
Bjarne Stroustrup, inventor of the C++ language and a pioneer in the field of Computer Science, is coming to Ramapo College on March 13th at 3:30 pm. Join us to learn about the past, present, and future of the language, and Dr. Stroustrup’s personal insights on its impact on the field of Computer Science . Dr. Stroustrup is currently a Professor of Computer Science at Columbia University in New York, NY. All are welcome! Food will be available, along with a raffle for Google earbuds - courtesy of the Computer Science Club and co-sponsors. Check back here for room information ... Read More
Monday 11/20 at 6:30pm - Room ASB 136 Please join us for a fireside chat between Prof Jane Riff and Larry Shapiro - Global Engagement Product Director (Oracle) at PwC. The talk will cover balancing business goals with ethical considerations: Discuss the challenges of balancing business goals with ethical considerations; explain how you learn to navigate challenges and make decisions that align with both business goals and personal ... Read More
The Fall 2023 Thesis Information session was held November 6th, if you missed it - here's the link to the slides from the presentation. Reach out to Dr. Frees or Dr. Beecher for more information! For graduate students looking to complete their Thesis in Spring 2024, you should be getting started with your thesis proposal - or at least starting to bounce ideas off potential thesis advisors! For more information, take a look at the Thesis Handbook and Thesis Archive page as well. Read More
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