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Computer Science Department
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Assistant Professor Elodie Fourquet conducts research in the area of computer graphics, and was recently awarded a Colgate Picker Interdisciplinary Science Institute grant with her collaborator Flip Phillips, Professor of Psychology & Neuroscience at Skidmore College. The grant is for $101,262 over two years for their project "Representing and Perceiving Depth in Digital Images". Congratulations, Elodie!
Read more about the award here: https://www.colgate.edu/centers-and-institutes/picker-interdisciplinary-science-instituteFull posting and slideshow (Updated April 25, 2018, 4:03 p.m.)
Students were inducted to the Upsilon Pi Epsilon computer science honor society Monday evening.Full posting and slideshow (Updated April 19, 2018, 7:09 p.m.)
Students in Colgate's Thought Into Action entrepreneurship program pitched their ventures at the 7th annual E-Weekend. Four groups, including a group with several CS students, received alumni funding. Read more at Colgate News.Full posting and slideshow (Updated April 12, 2018, noon)
Halligan is a cloud based SaaS (Software as a Service) platform for first responders, created by Colgate alumni and students with the help of Colgate's Thought Into Action entrepreneurship institute. Adam Pratt '18 writes about the story behind the service. Read more on the TIA Blog.Full posting and slideshow (Updated Feb. 16, 2018, 1:26 p.m.)
The Internet is a global phenomenon. To support broad use of Internet applications such as the World Wide Web, character encodings have been developed for many scripts of the world's languages and there are standard mechanisms for indicating that content is in a particular language and/or tailored to a particular region.
In a paper to be presented at the Passive and Active Measurement Conference in Berlin in March ...Full posting and slideshow (Updated Jan. 25, 2018, 9:04 p.m.)
Leo Ascenzi presenting his research at the GROUP 2018 conference
Leo Ascenzi presenting his poster at the GROUP 2018 conference
Leo Ascenzi '19 and Prof. Madeline E. Smith traveled to Sanibel, Florida to present at the 2018 ACM Conference on Supporting Groupwork (GROUP)Full posting and slideshow (Updated Jan. 19, 2018, noon)