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Michael Littman Has Been Named An ACM Fellow

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In a ceremony on June 15, 2019, the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the world’s largest educational and professional computing society, elevated Professor Michael Littman of Brown CS to the rank of Fellow, the organization's highest ...

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Brown CS Students Return To The Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge

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On March 21, team Brown Secure '19, composed of Brown CS students Nicole Cheng, Manuel Gorotiza, Willem Speckmann, and Angela Zhuo, and coached by Professor John Savage, competed in the ...

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The John E. Savage Endowed Professorship Kicks Off Brown's CS With Impact Fundraising Campaign

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"The world is changing rapidly," says Brown University's John Savage, An Wang Professor Emeritus of Computer Science, "and to address our society's grand challenges, we need to engage in outreach."

"Take the example," he says, "of national security in the early ...

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Colleagues Salute John Savage As He Reviews The

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On the afternoon of December 13, 2018, friends and colleagues gathered in the CIT to honor Professor John Savage, one of the co-founders of Brown CS, as he gave a lecture ("Cyber Security: A Societal Grand Challenge") that drew from a career of more ...

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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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John Savage Gives A Retirement Lecture:

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Brown CS will host Professor John Savage on Thursday, December 13, 2018, at 4 PM in CIT 368. John has spent 51 years at Brown and became Professor Emeritus in July, 2018. To commemorate this occasion, he will give a lecture ("Cybersecurity: A Grand ...

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John Savage Discusses

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"We have been exposed to new technologies for centuries," says Professor John Savage of Brown CS, "and every time a new technology is introduced, there are dislocations, unanticipated consequences...in our current situation, we have rushed to computerize so many things without knowing the ...

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John Savage Serves As A Panelist At The Asian Leadership Conference

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With cryptocurrency and cybersecurity issues continuing to make daily news (just yesterday, genealogy site MyHeritage announced a data breach of more than 92 million users), Professor John Savage of Brown University's Department of Computer Science (Brown CS) has been sharing his technical ...

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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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Videos Of Talks From Co-Evolution, Celebrating John Savage's First 50 Years At Brown, Are Now Available

When John Savage came to Brown a half-century ago, computing was thought of as a service, not a discipline, and the idea of a Department of Computer Science at Brown was highly controversial.  Few could have predicted the infrastructure necessary today, or the challenges we face in the areas of cryptography, cybereconomics, big data, and ...