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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 »

Colloquium: What I Did Last Summer (Industry Edition)

You are invited to the first CS colloquium of this semester:  What I Did Last Summer (Industry edition) which will be held this Friday (Sept 18) from 3.15 – 4.30 pm.  Your fellow CS students will give short presentations about their summer internship experiences in industry. The colloquium will be held virtually over Zoom. Find the… Continue reading »

Computer Science in the Coming Year

Hi students, we’d like to share a few items about the Computer Science Department in the coming year. First, we are committed to providing you with the best possible computer science education that we can.  We are restructuring classes, changing teaching formats, and working to ensure that we can continue… Continue reading »

Announcement: Fall Semester 2020

Hi students, we’re looking forward to the start of Fall semester and hope to see you in our classes.  A list of the classes we plan to teach is available here, and a complete schedule will be available from the Registrar later in July.  We’d also… Continue reading »

Goldberg Prize Awarded to Josh Kang

Every year the Computer Science Department awards the Goldberg Prize to the student with the year’s best presentation.  This year’s Goldberg Prize goes to Josh Kang for his senior thesis presentation titled “SOAR: a Self-Optimizing Adaptive SoC on FPGAs” (advised by Prof. Duane Bailey). You can watch Josh’s award-winning… Continue reading »

Graduating Seniors Nominated to Sigma Xi

The CS department is pleased to announce its nominees for Sigma Xi.  Sigma Xi is an international honor society for scientists and engineers, founded in 1886, and nomination is in recognition of scientific research achievements or research potential. This year’s nominees are: Josh Kang Tongyu Zhou Adly Templeton Emmie… Continue reading »