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Apply to be a Fall 2021 Teaching Assistant

Become a Teaching Assistant or Tutor for COMPUTER SCIENCE  This is a great opportunity to teach other students and to work closely with faculty – it can be a very rewarding experience. Please refer to the HR website for details on employment eligibility: https://hr.williams.edu/student-employment/ The application can… Continue reading »

Colloquium: Jesse Davis ’02 “AI-Based Approaches for Analyzing the Performance of Professional Soccer Players”

April 16, 11:00am EST Zoom link: https://williams.zoom.us/j/92779537290?pwd=ejNmeEN3Q1VHa2lVQ0dhZThxYTA4dz09 AI-Based Approaches for Analyzing the Performance of Professional Soccer Players Currently, it is possible to collect massive amounts of data about sports matches and athletes. Consequently, there has been an explosion of interest in using AI techniques to analyze this data. In… Continue reading »

Colloquium: EMERGENT SYSTEM

EMERGENT SYSTEM A conversation about work at the intersection of art, music, and computer science.   Wednesday, April 14 @ 7:00pm       Zoom meeting: https://williams.zoom.us/j/96278608791?pwd=VGU5SjlhY3BwVDgyN2cwVTJtTXJ6Zz09 EMERGENT SYSTEM Acclaimed composer Missy Mazzoli and visual artist Joshua Frankel ‘02 will present and speak about their… Continue reading »

Colloquium – Daniel Seita ’14, “Robotic Manipulation of Deformable Objects”

Friday, April 9, 3:15-4:30pm Zoom link: https://williams.zoom.us/j/97219113351?pwd=V3EwcG5uOVJuZjZXWDNkNTA3ZGFMQT09 Robotic Manipulation of Deformable Objects Rearranging and manipulating deformable objects such as cables, fabrics, and bags is a long-standing challenge in robotic manipulation. The complex dynamics and high-dimensional configuration spaces of deformables, compared to rigid objects, make manipulation difficult… Continue reading »

Info Session: Grace Hopper and Tapia Conferences

Friday, March 12 @ 3:15pm Zoom link in CS email, or email Lauren (Ltv2). Are you interested in attending: the virtual Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing September 14-17 or the virtual Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing? September 26-29 If so, now is the time to… Continue reading »

CS Grad School Panel & Info Session

CS Grad School Panel & Info Session:  Friday Oct 30, 3.15 pm This Friday for CS Colloquium we have invited CS alums who are in graduate programs to share their experiences and answer your questions. We will be starting with a short info session followed by a panel discussion and Q&A. Continue reading »