Highlight index

Faculty research in the ACM Internet Measurement Conference '17 (posted Nov 01, 2017)
Faculty Research in the ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles (posted Oct 30, 2017)
Colgate @ Grace Hopper Celebration 2017 (posted Oct 06, 2017)
Alumnus Ryan Diew '17 appears on Shark Tank (posted Sep 26, 2017)
Summer research 2017 (posted Aug 01, 2017)
Saw Lin '17 presents summer research at IEEE ISCC 2017 (posted Aug 01, 2017)
Student inducted into UPE honor society, 2017 edition (posted Apr 25, 2017)
Colgate @ Grace Hopper Celebration 2016 (posted Oct 27, 2016)
Three New Faculty Members (posted Sep 01, 2016)
CS students participate in business accelerator (posted May 06, 2016)
2016 UPE induction ceremony (posted Apr 27, 2016)
CS students and alumni among 2016 Entrepreneurs Fund winners (posted Apr 09, 2016)
Students and faculty attend NYCWiC (posted Apr 08, 2016)
Colgate students teach coding at local elementary school (posted Mar 07, 2016)
Lillie Pentecost '16 presents her research at HPC workshop (posted Feb 15, 2016)
Women in Computer Science Club does outreach program to Hamilton Central School for CS ed week (posted Feb 15, 2016)
Professor Hay earns $500,000 data security grant (posted Feb 15, 2016)
Work co-produced by Professor Sommers featured in Technology Review (posted Feb 15, 2016)
Four students attend 2015 Grace Hopper conference (posted Dec 11, 2015)
Snapshots from COSC 201 lab (posted Sep 30, 2015)
Professor Mulry honored at department tea (posted Sep 01, 2015)
Students win distinction at Summer Research Poster Session (posted Jul 28, 2015)
Students inducted into UPE honor society (posted Apr 22, 2015)
Prof. Ay publishes research with CS students (posted Nov 04, 2014)
Women in Computer Science NYC Tech Trip (posted Oct 28, 2014)
Prof. Hay receives NSF grant (posted Sep 12, 2014)
Students taking advantage of new research/coursework space (posted Sep 03, 2014)
Department space gets major renovation (posted Aug 27, 2014)
Prof. Fourquet mentors research students in graphics (posted Aug 18, 2014)
CS student writes about 2014 summer internship (posted Jul 16, 2014)
Out with the old, in with the new (posted May 09, 2014)
End of 13-14 academic year department party (posted May 01, 2014)
CS Thanksgiving Dinner (posted Nov 19, 2013)
Department teas, Fall 2013 (posted Nov 19, 2013)
CS majors start problem solving sessions for intro-level courses (posted Oct 14, 2013)
Students compete in programming competition (posted Oct 01, 2012)
Department tea by Rohan Mehta '14 (posted Sep 15, 2012)
Annual Fall Barbeque, 2012 (posted Sep 01, 2012)
Lunchtime party marks the end of term (posted May 01, 2012)
CS club sponsors lunch, information session, and Google CodeJam event (posted Apr 01, 2012)
Colgate CS students compete in ACM programming competition programming competition (posted Oct 01, 2011)
Annual Fall BBQ, version 2011 (posted Sep 01, 2011)
Summer research 2011 (posted Jul 01, 2011)
Spring '11 Honors Theses (posted May 01, 2011)
Post-graduation plans for 2011 graduates (posted May 01, 2011)
Congratulations Class of 2011! (posted May 01, 2011)
UPE Induction, 2011 (posted May 01, 2011)
Post-graduation employment (posted May 01, 2011)
CS Club, Spring '11 (posted Apr 01, 2011)
Spring '11 Bowling Party (posted Apr 01, 2011)
Fall Barbeque '10 (posted Sep 15, 2010)
Message from the Chair (posted Sep 01, 2010)
Students present poster at GEC 8 (posted Jul 01, 2010)
Fall Barbeque '09 (posted Sep 01, 2009)



Contact Information

Computer Science Department
Colgate University
McGregory Hall, 3rd Floor
13 Oak Drive
Hamilton, NY 13346
(tel) 315.228.7719
Charlotte Jablonski, Administrative Assistant
cjablonski@colgate.edu

Department Highlights and Photos

Faculty research in the ACM Internet Measurement Conference '17
  • An entropy map of User-Agent strings from Android and iOS devices.

    An entropy map of User-Agent strings from Android and iOS devices.

Prof. Joel Sommers has two papers in the ACM Internet Measurement Conference in November 2017 (https://conferences.sigcomm.org/imc/2017/), in London, UK. The papers are co-authored with colleagues from the University of Wisconsin, the University of Oregon, and the Internet analytics firm comScore.

One paper (http://cs.colgate.edu/~jsommers/pubs/imc17_ua.pdf), which will be presented by a colleague from comScore, analyzes a large corpus of User-Agent ...

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Nov. 1, 2017, noon)
Faculty Research in the ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles
  • Overview of CPR

    Overview of CPR

Modern computer networks must satisfy a complex and evolving set of security, availability, and performance requirements to meet the diverse needs of users and applications. Configuring a network's routers to satisfy these policies is a daunting task due to the low-level of abstraction exposed by a router's control plane, the intertwined nature of requirements across traffic classes, and the desire to maintain policy-compliance under a range of network ...

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Oct. 30, 2017, 1:02 p.m.)
Colgate @ Grace Hopper Celebration 2017
  • Welcome sign outside convention center

    Welcome sign outside convention center

  • The career fair at GHC.

    The career fair at GHC.

  • Career fair at GHC.

    Career fair at GHC.

Three students from the department attended the Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC) for Women in Computing this past October, which was in Orlando, Florida. All three students were sophomores, and one had attended as a first-year student. Two of our students applied for and received CRA-W (Computing Research Association: http://www.cra.org) research scholarships to attend, with partial support . GHC is a *celebration* — there were roughly 18,000 attendees, and ...

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Oct. 6, 2017, noon)
Alumnus Ryan Diew '17 appears on Shark Tank
  • Photo by Mark DiOrio

    Photo by Mark DiOrio

Computer-science major Ryan Diew '17 pitches his app, Trippie, developed through Colgate's Thought Into Action (TIA) program, on ABC's Shark Tank. Read the full story on the Colgate News website.

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Sept. 26, 2017, 9:47 a.m.)
Summer research 2017

17 students (likely a record number!) participated in research projects over this summer, in conjunction with 7 faculty in the department. Many of them participated in the poster session, held in late July (http://calendar.colgate.edu/event/summer_research_poster_session_2017).

The students in the photo here are taking a break by playing a board game in the research area.

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Aug. 1, 2017, noon)
Saw Lin '17 presents summer research at IEEE ISCC 2017

Saw Lin '17 presented the paper "Balancing Overhead-Minimization Objectives in Network Probing-Path Selection" co-authored with Tinotenda Zinyama '18 and Prof. Vijay Ramachandran at IEEE ISCC 2017 in Heraklion, Crete, Greece.

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Aug. 1, 2017, noon)
Student inducted into UPE honor society, 2017 edition

The CS department held its 20th annual UPE honor society induction ceremony. Congratulations to all the inductees!

Full posting and slideshow (Updated April 25, 2017, 6 p.m.)
Colgate @ Grace Hopper Celebration 2016
  • Stephanie Tortora ‘17, Prof. Madeline E. Smith, Prof. Aaron Gember-Jacobson, Bria Vicenti ‘17, Lauren Henske ‘20, and Zoila Rodriguez ‘18 representing Colgate Computer Science at the 2016 Grace Hopper

    Stephanie Tortora ‘17, Prof. Madeline E. Smith, Prof. Aaron Gember-Jacobson, Bria Vicenti ‘17, Lauren Henske ‘20, and Zoila Rodriguez ‘18 representing Colgate Computer Science at the 2016 Grace Hopper

  • Nearly 15,000 people attended the 2016 Grace Hopper Celebration in Houston, TX.

    Nearly 15,000 people attended the 2016 Grace Hopper Celebration in Houston, TX.

Six members of the Colgate University Computer Science Department traveled to Houston, TX last week to participate in the 2016 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. Students Lauren Henske ‘20, Zoila Rodriguez ‘18, Stephanie Tortora ‘17, and Bria Vicenti ‘17 and Professors Aaron Gember-Jacobson and Madeline E. Smith were among nearly 15,000 attendees of the conference this year.

The three-day conference celebrates the contributions made by women to ...

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Oct. 27, 2016, 2:10 p.m.)
Three New Faculty Members
  • Prof. Aaron Gember-Jacobson

    Prof. Aaron Gember-Jacobson

  • Prof. Madeline E. Smith

    Prof. Madeline E. Smith

  • Prof. Darren Strash

    Prof. Darren Strash

Three new faculty members joined the department in Fall 2016:

Aaron Gember-Jacobson, (BS Marquette University; MS, PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison) comes to Colgate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he recently completed his PhD. His dissertation title is “Novel Abstractions for Data Center Network Management.” Aaron’s teaching specialties include computer science, specifically networking and operating systems; and his research interests center on software-defined networking, network management, and cloud computing ...

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Sept. 1, 2016, 2:49 p.m.)
CS students participate in business accelerator
  • CS major Rohan Chaudhari '19 participates in bootcamp

    CS major Rohan Chaudhari '19 participates in bootcamp

Colgate University's Fox Leadership Program supported a group of students, including several computer-science majors, participate in a winter break business accelerator bootcamp formed by a partnership between Colgate's career services and General Assembly. Read more in the Spring 2016 issue of the Colgate Scene.

Full posting and slideshow (Updated May 6, 2016, noon)
2016 UPE induction ceremony
  • UPE induction photo by Ryan Diew '17

    UPE induction photo by Ryan Diew '17

Twenty-seven computer-science students are members of the Upsilon Pi Epsilon honor society, and we welcomed new inductees at a ceremony on April 27. Congratulations to all our successful students!

Full posting and slideshow (Updated April 27, 2016, 5:30 p.m.)
CS students and alumni among 2016 Entrepreneurs Fund winners

Four computer-science students and two computer-science alumni were among the 10 winners of this year's Colgate Entrepreneurs Fund, providing seed funding, incubator space, and support for their ventures. Read more about the projects here.

Full posting and slideshow (Updated April 9, 2016, noon)
Students and faculty attend NYCWiC

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)
Colgate students teach coding at local elementary school
  • 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)

    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 presents her research at HPC workshop

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)
Women in Computer Science Club does outreach program to Hamilton Central School for CS ed week

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)
Professor Hay earns $500,000 data security grant
  • Assistant Professor Michael Hay (photo by Susan Kahn)

    Assistant Professor Michael Hay (photo by Susan Kahn)

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)
Work co-produced by Professor Sommers featured in Technology Review
  • A map of the U.S. Long-haul Fiber-optic Infrastructure

    A map of the U.S. Long-haul Fiber-optic Infrastructure

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 students attend 2015 Grace Hopper conference

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.)
Snapshots from COSC 201 lab

During the week of Sept. 28, 2015, students in COSC 201, "Computer Organization," got to use digital logic gates and switches to build the arithmetic units used in electronic computers. This course is taught by Profs. Nevison and Stratton. Many thanks to the Physics department for lending us the equipment!

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Sept. 30, 2015, 3:43 p.m.)
Professor Mulry honored at department tea

Prof. Philip Mulry was presented with a gift at the first department tea for the Fall 2015 semester to thank him for his dedicated service to the department as chair for the past several years. Prof. Vijay Ramachandran, the current department chair, presented him with the gift and thanked him for the many things that he has done for the department. Under Mulry's leadership, the department has seen huge ...

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Sept. 1, 2015, 11:30 a.m.)
Students win distinction at Summer Research Poster Session
  • Cindy Han, Vijay Ramachandran, John Simoni, and Michael Chavinda at the 2015 Summer Research Poster Session.  Photo by Tom Balonek.

    Cindy Han, Vijay Ramachandran, John Simoni, and Michael Chavinda at the 2015 Summer Research Poster Session. Photo by Tom Balonek.

Michael Chavinda '17 and Duy Tran '17, working with Assistant Professor Elodie Fourquet, were recognized as one of three top projects presented at Colgate's Summer Research Poster session on Thursday, July 23. Their work is titled "Drawing: The Elephant in the Coding Room." Read more about the poster session at Colgate News.

Full posting and slideshow (Updated July 28, 2015, 9 a.m.)
Students inducted into UPE honor society

The CS department held its annual UPE honor society induction ceremony. Congratulations to all the inductees!

Mackenzie Baler
Matthew Brauner
Sam Daulton
Andy Dau
Anindya Guha
Charles Jennings
Justin Lannin
Jiayang Li
Dong Mai
Minh Nguyen
Neil Walton
Samantha Whalen (absent in photo)

Full posting and slideshow (Updated April 22, 2015, midnight)
Prof. Ay publishes research with CS students

Prof. Ahmet Ay and three Colgate CS majors/minors merge biology, math, and computer science to publish two journal articles about zebrafish. Read the Colgate News article by Kellyann Hayes '16 for more: http://news.colgate.edu/2014/11/professor-ahmet-ay-and-students-merge-biology-math-and-computer-science-in-published-papers.html/

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Nov. 4, 2014, noon)
Women in Computer Science NYC Tech Trip
  • WiCS visiting Facebook in NYC.

    WiCS visiting Facebook in NYC.

Lauren Yeary '15 and Farah Fouladi '15 organized a midterm-break trip to New York City for the Women in Computer Science club to connect with tech companies. Read more here: http://news.colgate.edu/2014/10/lauren-yeary-15-farah-fouladi-15-organize-trip-to-nyc-with-other-female-computer-science-majors.html/

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Oct. 28, 2014, noon)
Prof. Hay receives NSF grant

Professor Michael Hay in our department is one of several faculty to have been awarded research grants from the National Science Foundation. Read more about Colgate grant winners here: http://news.colgate.edu/2014/09/national-science-foundation-grants-foster-faculty-research.html/

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Sept. 12, 2014, noon)
Students taking advantage of new research/coursework space

As part of the department renovation, the area that used to occupy McGregory 317 has been refashioned into a research and workspace for department majors and minors. All three windows that were formerly blacked out have been opened up, and couches (with built-in power jacks), a couple large flatscreens, and other amenities have been added.

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Sept. 3, 2014, 12:54 p.m.)
Department space gets major renovation

Over the summer, the home of the Computer Science department at Colgate received a major renovation. As you'll see in the photos, "major renovation" may even be an understatement!

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Aug. 27, 2014, 3:51 p.m.)
Prof. Fourquet mentors research students in graphics
  • Eli Goberdon '16 and Junghyun Seo ’16.

    Eli Goberdon '16 and Junghyun Seo ’16.

Eli Goberdon '16 writes about his experience working with Prof. Elodie Fourquet studying lighting in 3D environments. Prof. Fourquet joined the department in July 2014. Read more here: http://news.colgate.edu/2014/08/eli-goberdon-16-brings-to-light-techniques-for-lighting-the-stage-and-the-screen.html/

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Aug. 18, 2014, noon)
CS student writes about 2014 summer internship
  • Michael Dunnegan '16 at BuildingBlok (courtesy Colgate website)

    Michael Dunnegan '16 at BuildingBlok (courtesy Colgate website)

Michael Dunnegan '16, one of our computer-science majors, recently wrote a guest post for the Colgate website about his 2014 summer internship at BuildingBlok, a tech startup in New York City. Read his post here: http://news.colgate.edu/2014/07/computer-science-major-mike-dunnegan-16-builds-coding-skills-at-buildingblok.html/

Full posting and slideshow (Updated July 16, 2014, 10 a.m.)
Out with the old, in with the new

The home of the computer science department at Colgate --- the 3rd floor of McGregory Hall --- is getting a major facelift this summer. Students wrote on the walls of the hallway near the current 317 space to say farewell to the old setup. We will follow up in fall with photos of the new space!

Full posting and slideshow (Updated May 9, 2014, noon)
End of 13-14 academic year department party

A lunch-time party marked the end of the semester and end of the 13-14 academic year. Congratulations and best wishes to all our graduating seniors!

Full posting and slideshow (Updated May 1, 2014, noon)
CS Thanksgiving Dinner

The first Computer Science thanksgiving dinner was held at the Colgate Inn on November 19. Thanks to Lauren Yeary '15 and Farah Fouladi '15 for organizing this event!

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Nov. 19, 2013, 9:27 p.m.)
Department teas, Fall 2013

We have weekly department "teas" on Tuesdays with an informal presentation and/or discussion over lunch. These photos of our majors and minors in the department are from the November 19, 2013 tea.

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Nov. 19, 2013, 3:08 p.m.)
CS majors start problem solving sessions for intro-level courses
  • Lauren Yeary '15 and Farah Fouladi '15

    Lauren Yeary '15 and Farah Fouladi '15

Two Computer Science majors, Farah Fouladi '15 and Lauren Yeary '15, recently started holding tutoring and problem-solving sessions for women enrolled in our intro-level courses.

Q: Can you describe a bit of what you do and your goals for these sessions?

Lauren: Right now these sessions are taking on more of a tutoring style meeting where the women in 101 and 102 come with problems from review sheets or from ...

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Oct. 14, 2013, midnight)
Students compete in programming competition

Two teams from the CS department recently competed in the ACM International Programming Competition Northeast preliminaries held in Oswego on 13 October. Congratulations!

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Oct. 1, 2012, 10:54 p.m.)
Department tea by Rohan Mehta '14

There are department teas - short talks with discussion - every Tuesday in the department. The photos here are of a tea given by Rohan Mehta '14, on research he did over summer '12.

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Sept. 15, 2012, 10:54 p.m.)
Annual Fall Barbeque, 2012

We had our annual department barbecue on September 20, 2012. The weather cooperated this year, and the food was catered by Doug's Holy Smoke.

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Sept. 1, 2012, 8:52 p.m.)
Lunchtime party marks the end of term

The last day of classes was marked with a lunchtime party for students and faculty. Prof. Mulry awarded Avi Das '12 and Roberto Segebre '12 with iPads in appreciation for their work in running the CS club over the past year.

Thanks for Jay Bauer '12 for taking the photos!

Full posting and slideshow (Updated May 1, 2012, 1:41 p.m.)
CS club sponsors lunch, information session, and Google CodeJam event

The CS club hosted a lunch and information session that coincided with Google CodeJam. CS majors were on hand to discuss what it's like being a COSC major at Colgate, internship opportunities, jobs, research and other topics.

Full posting and slideshow (Updated April 1, 2012, 8:52 p.m.)
Colgate CS students compete in ACM programming competition programming competition

On October 22, six of our students competed in the preliminary round of the Northeast Preliminary Round of 2011 Northeast North America Regional Competition of the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest. One our teams finished second overall (out of 18 teams). The top three teams advance to the regional competition. Congratulations to all students!

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Oct. 1, 2011, 1:41 p.m.)
Annual Fall BBQ, version 2011

We had our annual department barbecue on October 4, 2011. Congratulations to Josh, winner of this year's iPod!

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Sept. 1, 2011, 1:42 p.m.)
Summer research 2011
  • Roberto Segebre '12 and Avi Das '12

    Roberto Segebre '12 and Avi Das '12

7 students spent time on campus doing research this summer: Avi Das '12, Ahmad Emad '13, Mstislav Fedorchuk '13, Alan Keith '12, Marvin Ma '12, Roberto Segebre '12, and M. Paul Weeks '12.

Projects that students were involved in:

Ahmad Emad '13 and Mstislav Fedorchuk '13
Marvin Ma '12 and M. Paul Weeks '12

"Expanding the Functionality of Internet Routers"
These students are contributing to a long-term project that has ...

Full posting and slideshow (Updated July 1, 2011, 1:42 p.m.)
Spring '11 Honors Theses
  • Mark Miller '11 and Rado Ivanov '11

    Mark Miller '11 and Rado Ivanov '11

Radoslav Ivanov and Mark Miller successfully defended their honors theses this spring.

Mark's thesis was titled "A computer scientist's guide to predicting the future - of major league soccer matches", and examined machine learning methods for predicting the outcome of major league soccer matches.

Rado's thesis was titled "The MRAI-to-link delay ratio: a very important condition for BGP convergence" and examined aspects of routing convergence properties of the ...

Full posting and slideshow (Updated May 1, 2011, 8:52 p.m.)
Post-graduation plans for 2011 graduates

Post Graduation Plans for Graduating Seniors Include:

Software engineer at ZocDoc in NYC. Voted the #1 best place to work in NYC by Crains magazine.
Analyst on the Foreign Exchanges Sales & Trading desk with Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Software engineer for Autodesk
Hedge fund.
Internship at Mt. Sinai in NYC
CDM Training Institute
InterActive Corp.
PhD program at Cornell
PhD program at University of Chicago
PhD program at UPenn ...

Full posting and slideshow (Updated May 1, 2011, 1:43 p.m.)
Congratulations Class of 2011!

Congratulations to our graduates:

Drew Brien
Carson Carlisle
Jonathan Hall
Radoslav Ivanov
Jonathan Joelson
Michael Komosinski
Michael Lam
Louis Mensah
Mark Miller
Tiantong Yu
Will Vernon
Bimo Wahyugroho
Evan Zimmerman

Minors:
Henry Bottger
Thomas Dinitz
Alexander Montgomery
Nedelina Teneva

Post-graduation plans for these students include:
Software engineer at ZocDoc in NYC. Voted the #1 best place to work in NYC by Crains magazine.
Analyst on the Foreign Exchanges Sales & Trading ...

Full posting and slideshow (Updated May 1, 2011, 1:43 p.m.)
UPE Induction, 2011
  • (L-R) Mark Miller '11, Drew Brien '11, M. Paul Weeks '12, John Raffensperger '12, Alan Keith '12, Radoslav Ivanov '11

    (L-R) Mark Miller '11, Drew Brien '11, M. Paul Weeks '12, John Raffensperger '12, Alan Keith '12, Radoslav Ivanov '11

  • UPE Induction, 2011

  • UPE Induction, 2011

  • UPE Induction, 2011

  • UPE Induction, 2011

  • UPE Induction, 2011

  • UPE Induction, 2011

  • UPE Induction, 2011

  • UPE Induction, 2011

  • UPE Induction, 2011

  • UPE Induction, 2011

  • UPE Induction, 2011

Six of our students were inducted into the Upsilon Pi Epsilon computer science honors society in May, 2011. Congratulations!

Full posting and slideshow (Updated May 1, 2011, 1:42 p.m.)
Post-graduation employment

Our graduates get jobs. Some of the companies with which they've found employment in the past couple years:

AMS
Applications Developer for Federal Government
Arthur Andersen Consulting
Brigade Capital Management
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Credit Suisse
Crossfire Consulting
E-commerce Group
Empirix Corp.
Epic Systems Corp.
FactSet Research Systems
FGM, Inc.
Fletcher Spaght, Inc.
GE Capital
IBM
iXL Enterprises
JP Morgan
JWM Partners, LLC
Keane, Inc.
Nike
PriceWaterhouseCooper
Sandia
Solucians
Stanley ...

Full posting and slideshow (Updated May 1, 2011, 1:42 p.m.)
CS Club, Spring '11
  • Prof. Mulry with Drew Brien '11

    Prof. Mulry with Drew Brien '11

  • Prof. Mulry with contest winner Marius Dragus

    Prof. Mulry with contest winner Marius Dragus

Drew Brien '11 created the CS Club and held weekly meetings for interested students--not limited to CS majors. At the end of the spring semester, Drew organized a programming contest in which Marius Dragus won. Marius was the happy recipient of an iPad for his hard work!

Full posting and slideshow (Updated April 1, 2011, 1:42 p.m.)
Spring '11 Bowling Party

The CS department took over the field house bowling lanes for a party and some friendly competition.

Full posting and slideshow (Updated April 1, 2011, 1:42 p.m.)
Fall Barbeque '10
  • Alan Keith '12

    Alan Keith '12

  • Avi Das '12 and Kate Byun '12

    Avi Das '12 and Kate Byun '12

  • John Raffensperger '12 and Kenley Unruh '12

    John Raffensperger '12 and Kenley Unruh '12

  • Mark Miller '11, Carson Carlisle '11, and Evan Zimmerman '11

    Mark Miller '11, Carson Carlisle '11, and Evan Zimmerman '11

  • Oana Patilea '12

    Oana Patilea '12

  • Sue Sawyer

    Sue Sawyer

  • Zach Rabin '13, winner of the iPod drawing

    Zach Rabin '13, winner of the iPod drawing

  • Fall Barbeque '10

  • Fall Barbeque '10

  • Dharmesh Bhatt '13

    Dharmesh Bhatt '13

  • Max Segan '13 and Prof. Jaggard

    Max Segan '13 and Prof. Jaggard

  • Sommers family

    Sommers family

  • Zach Rabin '13 and Josh Zukoff '13

    Zach Rabin '13 and Josh Zukoff '13

Photos from our annual department barbeque, September 2010. The weather wasn't especially cooperative, so it was held in the CS department lounge.

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Sept. 15, 2010, 1:42 p.m.)
Message from the Chair

Welcome to the Department of Computer Science!

With the fall term rapidly approaching we can look back on an exciting past academic year. First of all we pass on our hearty congratulations to the CS class of 2011 graduates who are already making their mark on the world. We can boast 100% employment or attendance in graduate school for this group which is a testament to the hard work and ...

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Sept. 1, 2010, 1:42 p.m.)
Students present poster at GEC 8
  • John Raffensperger '12 and Tiantong Yu '11

    John Raffensperger '12 and Tiantong Yu '11

Tiantong Yu '11 and John Raffensperger '12 accompanied Prof. Joel Sommers to the 8th GENI Engineering Conference in San Diego, CA in July 2010 to present a poster on their work to develop a passive network measurement system for GENI (http://www.geni.net). The students fielded questions from other GENI researchers and participated in various conference sessions.

Full posting and slideshow (Updated July 1, 2010, 1:41 p.m.)
Fall Barbeque '09

The weather cooperated for our annual department barbeque in Fall of 09. The new CS department t-shirts were a hit.

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Sept. 1, 2009, 1:41 p.m.)