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Faculty member Sommers receives NSF grant (posted Oct 13, 2018)
Colgate students attend Grace Hopper 2018 (posted Oct 01, 2018)
<Colgate Coders> hosts software development panel (posted Sep 26, 2018)
Student internship panel draws a big audience (posted Sep 11, 2018)
Faculty member Gember-Jacobson receives NSF grant (posted Aug 13, 2018)
Summer research 2018 (posted Aug 03, 2018)


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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

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Faculty member Sommers receives NSF grant

Prof. Joel Sommers was recently awarded a three-year grant from the NSF for a project that seeks to develop methods for automatically capturing and analyzing metadata collected during Internet performance experiments.

The extraordinary growth of Internet connectivity and bandwidth has helped to fuel economic activity, educational opportunities, and social connections around the world. The network research community has continued to play a critical role in assessing current Internet performance and ...

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Oct. 13, 2018, noon)
Colgate students attend Grace Hopper 2018
  • Colgate students and Professor Hay at GHC 2018

Eleven Colgate students and Professor Hay attended Grace Hopper Celebration (https://ghc.anitab.org/), the world's largest gathering of women technologists.

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Oct. 1, 2018, 3:02 p.m.)
<Colgate Coders> hosts software development panel
  • Amazon software development panel

The club hosted two department alumni, Karen Kelley '13 and Anindya Guha '15, to talk about their experiences in the tech industry. Both Karen and Anindya current work at Amazon and discussed specifically their work as software development engineers at Amazon. Turnout for the event was great, with more than 40 students. Look out for other student-organized events in the future!

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Sept. 26, 2018, noon)
Student internship panel draws a big audience
  • A packed research lounge for the student internship panel discussion

A department tea recently featured several students who spoke about their experiences finding and participating in summer internships. The research lounge was well-packed with CS students who came to hear about the experiences of their peers.

Thanks to the students who participated in the panel!
- Ryan Burczak '21, who interned at General Electric Global Research and the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland
- Liam Emmart '19, who interned at IronNet Cybersecurity ...

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Sept. 11, 2018, noon)
Faculty member Gember-Jacobson receives NSF grant
  • A representation of the proposed network repair system

  • A representation of the internal functionality of the proposed network repair system

Prof. Aaron Gember-Jacobson was recently awarded a four-year grant from the NSF for a project that seeks to automatically repair computer networks. Congratulations!

Modern computer networks must satisfy increasingly complex security, availability, and performance objectives to meet the diverse needs of users and applications. Consequently, programming a network to satisfy these requirements has become extremely challenging, even for highly skilled network operators. While previous work has helped operators generate policy-compliant ...

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Aug. 13, 2018, noon)
Summer research 2018
  • Summer research poster session 2018

  • Summer research poster session 2018

  • Summer research poster session 2018

  • Summer research poster session 2018

  • Summer research poster session 2018

  • Summer research poster session 2018

  • Summer research poster session 2018

  • Summer research poster session 2018

The department hosted (a new record number!) 18 students for summer research this past summer. Students participated in a wide range of projects, including:

- Differentially Private Histograms with the Exponential Mechanism
- Differentially private streaming data analytics
- Design of a Web Application for Food Allergens and Dietary Restrictions
- The Dilemma of the Horizon
- Finding Errors in Network Configurations

The photos here are of our students participating in the annual summer research ...

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Aug. 3, 2018, noon)