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The Story Behind Computer Graphics: Principles and Practice And Its Influence In The Field

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Originally published in 1982, Fundamentals of Interactive Computer Graphics quickly became a bestseller in its field. Widely recognized as one of the most comprehensive works to ever cover this subject, this book has been read by ...

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danah boyd Has Been Named Among Forbes Top 50 Women In Tech

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The Forbes 2018 Inaugural Top 50 Women In Technology identifies three generations of forward-thinking technologists leading more than a dozen tech sectors across the globe. Honoring the top tech “Moguls, Founders, Engineers, Innovators and Warriors” in the world, this ...

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Nakul Gopalan, Eric Rosen, Daniel Ullman, And David Whitney Win The Hyundai Visionary Challenge

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The Hyundai Visionary Challenge is a competition to ignite learning, exploration, and development in the realm of smart mobility. It’s meant to accelerate research innovations in smart mobility that drive the creation of sustainable cities across ...

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Alum Adventures: Meredith Ringel Morris And Eric Horvitz Win The UIST Lasting Impact Award

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“We live in an era of fake news,” explains Brown CS  alum Meredith Ringel Morris ‘01, “and there’s this huge idea of trustworthiness when searching for information, and my research focuses on this process of search.” Currently working as ...

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Servan-Schreiber, Riondato, And Zgraggen Have Been Named Runners-Up For ICDM's Best Student Paper Award

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The IEEE International Conference on Data Mining (ICDM) has established itself as the world’s premier research conference in data mining and analytics. The conference covers aspects of data mining, including algorithms, software, systems and applications ...

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Theophilus Benson Is Named Runner-Up At ACM SIGCOMM Workshop

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“In recent years, many techniques have been developed to improve the performance and efficiency of data center networks,” writes Professor Theophilus “Theo” Benson of Brown CS, as he explains the significance of his most recent paper ...

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Mentor Alum: Deb Mills-Scofield Inspires And Empowers Brown Students

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“As you get out into the world, it gets a little harder to constantly learn about new things,” explains Brown alum Deb Mills-Scofield ‘82, “and coming back to Brown is like grad school for free, I’m learning so many ...

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The 2018 Kanellakis Memorial Lecture: Robert Tarjan Analyzes Theoretical Approaches To Algorithm Design

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In addition to our many other lectures throughout the semester, Brown CS is excited to announce that Professor Robert Tarjan of Princeton University will be delivering the annual Paris C. Kanellakis Memorial Lecture on December ...

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Andy van Dam Reaches The 25-Year Anniversary Of The Karlstrom Influential Educator Award

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The ACM Karlstrom Award is presented annually to outstanding educators in recognition for the advancement of new teaching methodologies and for significant contributions to the development and expansion of  computer science and engineering. Professor Andy ...

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Fabrice Guyot-Sionnest Creates Bears@Work To Connect Brown CS Students With Rhode Island Businesses

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“I’m pretty interested in the intersection of politics and computer science,” says Brown CS student Fabrice Guyot-Sionnest, “it’s always been so interesting to have an impact on so many fields in the community.” With such diverse interests, it ...