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Computer Science Department
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Hamilton, NY 13346
Colgate was a silver-level sponsor at the New York Celebration of Women in Computing conference held April 8-9, 2016 in Lake George, NY. Students and faculty attended various events at the conference including presenting their work at a poster session.Full posting and slideshow (Updated April 8, 2016, noon)
Samantha Braver ’18 helps teach computer coding at Hamilton Central School as a member of the Colgate Women in Computer Science club. (Photo by Andrew Daddio)
Three volunteers from Colgate's Women in Computer Science Club will run a computer-science club offered for students in grades 3 through 5 at the local Hamilton school. For more information, see this Colgate news story and this article from the Utica Observer-Dispatch.Full posting and slideshow (Updated March 7, 2016, 4:39 p.m.)
Lillie Pentecost '16 presented the research paper that she co-authored with visiting Prof. John Stratton at the Second International Workshop on Hardware-Software Co-Design for High Performance Computing (Co-HPC 2015) (http://codaash.org/co-hpc). Lillie did the research under Prof. Stratton's supervision this past summer.Full posting and slideshow (Updated Feb. 15, 2016, midnight)
The Women in CS club ran an outreach program for grades 3-5 at Hamilton Central School for CS education week (first week of December, every year).Full posting and slideshow (Updated Feb. 15, 2016, midnight)
DARPA awarded Prof. Hay nearly $500,000 to participate in Project Brandeis, a new program that challenges researchers from across the country to develop systems that facilitate data analysis while preserving privacy. Read more...Full posting and slideshow (Updated Feb. 15, 2016, midnight)
Working with a team of researchers, Prof. Sommers created a map of the cables that power the Internet by putting together ISP maps and cross referencing against a massive set of public records. Read more...Full posting and slideshow (Updated Feb. 15, 2016, midnight)
Four of our students attended the recent Grace Hopper Conference.
Sam Spano, Bria Vicenti, and Courtney McGill were selected as Grace Hopper scholars, winning support to attend the Grace Hopper celebration of women in computing conference in October. Samantha Braver was selected as a Hopper, a conference volunteer. Prof. Fourquet attended as well.
Thanks to the scholar and volunteer program sponsors. Also, thanks to the Division of Natural Sciences and ...Full posting and slideshow (Updated Dec. 11, 2015, 3:55 p.m.)