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Ward Prize Presentations – Tuesday, May 17

Computer Science Colloquium Ward Prize Presentations Tuesday, May 17 1:30-3:00pm Wege, TCL 123 A presentation by students nominated for the 2022 Rich Ward Prize for Best Student Project in Computer Science. CS colloquium credit will be awarded for attending. Featuring: Jonathan Gellar – “Baba is… Continue reading »

Thesis Defenses – 5/16 in Wege Auditorium

Computer Science Thesis Defenses Monday, May 16 Wege Auditorium – TCL 123 *Colloquium credits offered for attendance: 2 credits for morning session & 2 credits for the afternoon.* 9.30 am:  Maddie Burbage – “A Private, Associative Memory Alternative for RISC Systems” 10.10  am:   Chris Chung – “B-epsilon tree Query Scheduling”… Continue reading »

Colloquium April 29: Brian Brubach, Wellesley

Computer Science Colloquium Friday, April 29 @ 2:35pm Wege (TCL 123)   Gerrymandering, redistricting, and the quest for fairer representative democracy Partisan gerrymandering in the United States is an old problem. However, our most effective tools for measuring and regulating it are fairly new and still not well-understood. This… Continue reading »

Colloquium April 22: Seth Cooper, Northeastern

Friday, April 22 2:35pm in Wege Crowdsourcing with Video Games People and computers working together can solve problems neither could solve alone. To support this, video games provide a compelling approach: they are a natural space for problem solving and can foster the engagement necessary for people to make a… Continue reading »

Colloquium April 08, 2022: Jordan Crouser, Smith

Friday, April 08 @ 2:35pm Wege Hall – TCL 123 Perception and Context in Data Visualization Visual analytics is the science of combining interactive visual interfaces and information visualization techniques with automatic algorithms to support analytical reasoning through human-computer interaction. People use visual analytics tools and techniques to synthesize information… Continue reading »

Apply to be a Fall 2022 Teaching Assistant

Apply to be a Teaching Assistant or Tutor for Fall 2022! This is a great opportunity to teach other students and to work closely with faculty – it can be a very rewarding experience. Application can be found at: https://csci.williams.edu/tatutor-application/ Due Friday, April… Continue reading »

Colloquium 3/04: Elena Glassman, Harvard

Elena Glassman Computer Science Colloquium Friday, March 04 2:35pm in Wege (TCL 123)   Human-AI (Mis)Communication: challenges and tools for successfully communicating what we want to computers While we don’t always use words, communicating what we want to a computer, especially an artificially intelligent one, is a conversation—with ourselves as… Continue reading »