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Brown CS Announces The Winners Of The 4th Annual Undergraduate CS Research Symposium

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As the academic year drew to a close, Brown University's Department of Computer Science (Brown CS) held its fourth Undergraduate Computer Science Research Symposium, organized by Professors Jeff Huang and Stefanie Tellex and ...

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Recent Accomplishments By Brown CS Students

For more stories on why Brown CS is a great place to study, check out our Praise for Brown CS page here.

On any given week, Brown CS students are designing apps to improve parking or combat cancer, earning fellowships from Google and MIT and Y Combinator, launching their own hackathons and research symposia, and ...

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Brown CS undergraduates recently showcased their hard work at the second annual research symposium. A panel of judges viewed their research projects, and the top three were awarded prizes. “This symposium is extraordinary,” said one of the judges, Professor Sorin Istrail. “We are surrounded by a very unique group of students here. They have shown ...

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Brown CS Launches Inaugural Undergraduate Computer Science Research Symposium

"The primary educational focus of undergrads is classes," says Professor James Hays, "but research can also be enormously educational. Research allows undergrads to collaborate with faculty to make new discoveries, to expand the boundaries of computer science, and ultimately to improve people's lives. Research can be intimidating, though – it’s less structured than courses ...

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First Annual Brown CS Undergraduate Research Symposium: April 10

The Meta RAs are thrilled to announce the 1st Annual Brown CS Undergraduate Research Symposium, which will be held April 10th, 2015 from 3pm to 5pm in the CIT 3rd Floor Atrium.

The symposium is an exciting opportunity for undergraduate researchers to present their computer science research to the department! All undergraduate CS researchers are ...