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Are you interested in grad school? 

Ruzica Piskac, a Computer Science professor at Yale, is coming on Friday, December 5th to give a CS lunch talk about software synthesis using automated reasoning. Her research interests span the areas of programming languages, software verification, automated reasoning, and code synthesis.
She’d be delighted to meet some students, especially anyone thinking about grad school, so please email us at {glevyhas, mayadi, mcheng55} @smith.edu ASAP if you are interested in speaking with her.

November 25th, 2014 · Tags: CS Lunch, Events, Grad School

Presentation of the Major

The CS Presentation of the Major is coming this Monday, November 3rd in the Ford Atrium from 12:10PM. Come learn more about the classes offered next semester, the major/minor, department events, and much more! There will be Chinese food!

October 30th, 2014 · Tags: CS Lunch, Events, Presentation of the Major

Brain Computer Interfaces Lunch Talk

Interested in computer science, neuroscience, adaptive interfaces, or music? Beste Feliz Yuksel, a Ph.D. candidate at Tufts University, is coming to Ford 241 at noon on Thursday, October 30th, to give a talk on her work creating Brain Computer Interfaces (BCIs).
Using interesting and innovative data analysis techniques to determine an improvising pianist’s cognitive state, a [ >> more ]

October 28th, 2014 · Tags: CS Lunch, Talk

Reminder: Lunch Presentation Monday 2/10/14 @12:10 FH 241


Presentation of Honors Theses and Independent Studies.
Our two CS Honors students, Emily Flynn and Zella Henderson will present an introduction to their thesis work, and two students who worked on Independent Studies last semester, Weini Yu and Sharon Pamela Santana will present the work they did last semester as part of their independent study.
 
Ford Hall 241
2/10/14, 12:10 p.m.
Lunch provided

February 9th, 2014 · Tags: CS Lunch

Student presentations: Independent Studies and Honors Theses

CS Lunch Presentations
Feb. 10, 2014, at 12:10 p.m.  
FH 241.
Weini Yu, Zella Henderson, Emily Flynn and Sharon Pamela Santana will present the work they did last semester as part of their honors thesis (Zella and Emily) or as part of their Independent Study (Weini and Sharon Pamela).
Please come and join the department for these four [ >> more ]

January 27th, 2014 · Tags: CS Lunch, Events

Presentation of the CS Major 11/06/13


 

November 1st, 2013 · Tags: CS Lunch, Events, Presentation of the Major

10/16/13 Lunch Talk: Prof. Ron Klausewitz,

Please come and join us for a presentation by Prof. Ron Klausewitz on 10/16/13 at 12:10 p.m. in FH 241.
Ron Klausewitz is a candidate for teaching CSC220, Advanced Programming Techniques, next semester.   His talk will present a possible syllabus for the class, and a presentation of one of the topics he is planning for [ >> more ]

October 14th, 2013 · Tags: Courses, CS Lunch, Uncategorized

Sigma Xi Talk: Computer Vision in Visual Effects & Information on CS Study abroad in Budapest

Presenter: Gergely Vass, lecturer of Computer Vision for Digital Film Post-Production
 
 Time and location: Tuesday, March 5. 12.15 – 12.55 PM in McConnell 103
 
In the lecture some of the typical applications of computer vision techniques in movie post-production are reviewed. Students will learn how invisible effects such as digital set-replacement allow filmmakers to extend their “visual vocabulary”. The [ >> more ]

February 15th, 2013 · Tags: CS Lunch, Events

Presentation of the CS Major

Please come to our Fall Presentation of the CS Major, 10/24/12, 12:10 p.m., in FH241. Chinese food served. All welcome!

Presentation of the CS Major

October 22nd, 2012 · Tags: CS Lunch, Events

Two talks on technical skills this week. Mathematica, and Making Posters

Please join us for two lunch presentations this week, given by candidates for the Program Director for the Center for Science and Engineering Computing. We are looking for student feedback on the candidate’s presentations, so it’s really helpful if you can dattend both talks.
Thursday 10/4 12:00-12:45 pm Sabin Reed 220: Modeling Macromolecules using Mathematica
Friday10/5 12:15-1:00pm Sabin Reed 220:  Tips & Tricks for Making a Scientific Poster Presentation

October 2nd, 2012 · Tags: CS Lunch, Events