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Brown CS Students Advance To The Second Round Of The Cyber 9/12 Competition

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On March 16 and 17, teams Brown University Secure 1 (BUS 1, composed of undergraduates Andrea Bennett, Clarissa Clem, Tristan Falk-LeFay, and Edward Li) and Brown University Secure 2 (BUS ...

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Brown CS Welcomes A Record Number Of Undergraduate Summer Researchers

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For decades, we've heard from our undergrads that the chance to perform cutting-edge research is one of the primary reasons why they chose Brown University's Department of Computer Science (Brown CS). Far from the clerical duties or errand-running that some ...

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Theophilus Benson And George Konidaris Earn Salomon Awards

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Less than a year after Professor Theophilus (Theo) Benson's arrival at Brown University’s Computer Science Department (Brown CS), and less than two after Professor George Konidaris joined the Brown CS faculty, they've ...

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Theophilus Benson's Work Wins An Applied Networking Research Prize

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Research by Professor Theophilus Benson of Brown University's Department of Computer Science (Brown CS) and his collaborators has just won one of the Internet Research Task Force (IRTF)'s six Applied Networking Research Prizes for 2018. It's also one of only ...

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Providence Has Been Named America's Fourth Quirkiest City

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There's a reason why you see "Keep Providence Eldritch" t-shirts around here. Citing our unorthodox founder, inventive puppetry, marching bands, and inimitable foodstuffs, Travel and Leisure has just named Providence the fourth quirkiest city in America.

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Lack Of Diverse Speakers At RSA 2018 Provokes The Creation Of A New Conference

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In the ongoing effort to bring diversity and inclusion to the field of computer science, it was one step backward and then at least two in a profoundly positive direction. When the world's largest gathering ...

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Lauren Ho And Nina Polshakova Earn KPCB Fellowships

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The Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers (KPCB) Engineering Fellows Program is one of technology’s most prestigious fellowships, with only 51 students chosen in 2018 from a pool of almost 3,000. This year, undergraduate students Lauren Ho and ...

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PureWow Offers A Guide To Providence As

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"It may be a fraction of the size of NYC," says PureWow, "but the Ocean State’s creative capital packs a major punch in the culinary and cultural departments." Noting Providence's proximity to New York City, they offer ...

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