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KSU reaches out to special needs students and carers
KSU reaches out to special needs students and carers

Students with special needs and those who work with them are invited to attend a special free training course in IT being held by the Faculty of Computer and Inform ...


Smarter 'smart cards' thanks to KSU inventors
Smarter 'smart cards' thanks to KSU inventors

Smart cards could be about to get a lot more secure thanks to the invention of two scientists from King Saud University's College of Computer and Information Scienc ...


KSU recognizes importance of accessibility, ensuring no one left behind
KSU recognizes importance of accessibility, ensuring no one left behind

As part of its plan to make online resources available to all, regardless of their abilities, King Saud University has published the University Guide for Web Access ...


Third meeting of restructuring initiative committee
Third meeting of restructuring initiative committee

The supervisory committee for King Saudi University’s restructuring initiative recently held their third meeting, chaired by the Vice Rector for the Development and ...


National informatics symposium to include workshop on Web accessibility for people with special needs
National informatics symposium to include workshop on Web accessibility for people with special needs

King Saud University's Program for Full Web Accessibility for People with Special Needs, will be holding a special workshop, in cooperation with the College of Comp ...


Symposium on Informatics Technologies for People with Special Needs to include lecture by Dr. Ahmed Hefnawi
Symposium on Informatics Technologies for People with Special Needs to include lecture by Dr. Ahmed Hefnawi

A special workshop has been organized, in cooperation with the College of Computer and Information Sciences, titled, “Web Accessibility and Its Impact on People wi ...


Two KSU groups gather to explore technical software for female students with special needs
Two KSU groups gather to explore technical software for female students with special needs

King Saud University’s Disability Service Center (DSC) for female students recently invited a delegation from the College of Computer and Information Sciences to di ...


Dr. Alghathbar, Director of CoEIA, a speaker in Riyadh’s Digital Security Summit
Dr. Alghathbar, Director of CoEIA, a speaker in Riyadh’s Digital Security Summit

King Saud University’s Dr. Khaled Alghathbar, managing director of the Center of Excellence in Information Assurance (COEIA), will be one of the speakers in the D ...


KSU Preparing for National Symposium on Informatics for People with Special Needs (NSI2013) in April
KSU Preparing for National Symposium on Informatics for People with Special Needs (NSI2013) in April

The 4th National Symposium on Informatics Technologies for People with Special Needs (PwSN) is scheduled for April 23-25, 2013 at King Saud University. The Symposiu ...


KSU College of Computer and Information Sciences receives ABET accreditation
KSU College of Computer and Information Sciences receives ABET accreditation

King Saud University's College of Computer and Information Sciences has announced a new leap to achieve international leadership when four of its academic departme ...


Dalhousie University delegation visits King Saud University
Dalhousie University delegation visits King Saud University

King Saud University has signed a new memorandum of understanding with an old friend in Dalhousie University, one of Canada’s leading research institutions. Final a ...


Love of technology inspires KSU students to organize “techie” club
Love of technology inspires KSU students to organize “techie” club

A tour of Abdullah Saleh Al-Khaibari’s bedroom in his Riyadh home would reveal a large assortment of electronic devices. If they aren’t operational now, they will ...


KSU announces Command and Control Center for Advanced Research
KSU announces Command and Control Center for Advanced Research

KSU Rector Abdullah Al-Othman on Sunday morning launched work in the Command and Control Center for Advanced Research, which is being established jointly between th ...


KSU’s CoEIA Cites Three in Information Security Competition
KSU’s CoEIA Cites Three in Information Security Competition

The “Use of Honeypots to Improve Intrusion Detection Process Efficiency” was selected as the outstanding submission in King Saud University’s Best Information Sec ...


Saudi Intelligence Chief Signs a $5.3 Million Agreement to Assist KSU Information Security Chair
Saudi Intelligence Chief Signs a $5.3 Million Agreement to Assist KSU Information Security Chair

Prince Muqrin Bin Abdulaziz, Saudi Intelligence Chief, has signed a $5.3-million agreement with King Saud University to establish a program for the University’s Inf ...


KSU Women’s Technology Incubator developing new generation of female innovators
KSU Women’s Technology Incubator developing new generation of female innovators

In 1988, King Saud University (KSU) opened the Department of Information Technology (IT), the Kingdom’s first college for females with an entrepreneurial or innovat ...


Dr. Farid Melgani delivers lecture, praises excellence at KSU
Dr. Farid Melgani delivers lecture, praises excellence at KSU

An international expert in computer science recently commended King Saud University for its ground-breaking research in science and technology during a recent visit ...


College of Computer and Information Sciences welcomes ABET accreditation representatives
College of Computer and Information Sciences welcomes ABET accreditation representatives

This week, a delegation of American experts in the field of academic accreditation visited King Saud University’s College of Computer and Information Sciences (CCI ...


Innovative student project, “Brain Controlled E-Mail Client”, wins award
Innovative student project, “Brain Controlled E-Mail Client”, wins award

Four College of Computer and Information Sciences (CCIS) students, Nasser Alrayes, Abdulmajeed Alameer, Abdulrahman Alsaudi, Ahmad Alabdulkareem from the have devel ...


KSU's Infinite Motion wins Saudi Arabian competition, will represent nation in Microsoft's Imagine Cup 2010
KSU's Infinite Motion wins Saudi Arabian competition, will represent nation in Microsoft's Imagine Cup 2010

Four King Saud University students have qualified to represent Saudi Arabia in 2010 at the world's premier student competition for technology, the Imagine Cup. A te ...


Second National Symposium on Information Technology at King Saud University
Second National Symposium on Information Technology at King Saud University

On behalf of His Royal Highness Prince Sultan Al-Saud, the Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense and Aviation and Inspector General, H.E. the ...