The class Virtual Reality Design for Science taught by Brown Computer Science Professor David Laidlaw, Brown Biology Professor Sharon Swartz, and RISD Illustration Professor Fritz Drury is a featured news item on Brown's website. One class project centered on a 3-D visualization of the flight of bats and was showcased at the Granoff Center ...
Sarah is a fifth year Ph.D. student at the University of California, San Diego. She has broad research interests in security ...
Associate Professor Chad Jenkins and Henry Evans presented a great talk about using robots to improve the quality of life for the physically disabled at the TEDxMidAtlantic 2013 conference in Washington, D.C. Henry, who is a mute quadriplegic, presented remotely via a Beam mobile telepresence system from his home in Northern California. He also ...
David Laidlaw, Professor of Computer Science, has been named a 2014 IEEE Fellow for contributions to data visualization and analytics. His main contributions to computer science are threefold: developing scientific data visualization solutions; pioneering evaluation of visualization software for scientific inquiry; and transitioning visualization insights to quantitative evidence.
The software systems and techniques developed by ...
The Department of Computer Science will bid a fond farewell to Professor Franco Preparata on Thursday, December 5, 2013. Preparata will become Professor Emeritus in 2014, and to commemorate this occasion, he will give a lecture entitled "Revisiting Half a Century of Computer Science: A Farewell Conversation" at 4:00 pm in CIT 368. A ...
Professors Chad Jenkins and Stefanie Tellex and the students of Brown Robotics with the new Baxter Research Robot
Christmas arrived earlier this week to the Brown Robotics lab. The faculty and students of Brown Robotics unpacked the newest addition to the lab, a Baxter Research Robot designed and built by Rethink Robotics in Boston, Massachusetts ...
At the Information Visualization conference (InfoVis) in October, Ph.D. student Hua Guo presented a poster about her novel tool, BraiNet, which visualizes the graph of neuron projections between different brain parts. Her poster, titled ...
Professor Josiah S. Carberry interviews graduate students Betsy Hilliard and Layla Oesper about their experiences at the 2013 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing.
Carberry: Thanks so much for joining me for this interview. To start off, what is the Grace Hopper Celebration?
Hilliard: GHC or just Grace Hopper, was named after Rear Admiral ...
Fourth year Computer Science Ph.D. student Layla Oesper was one of three students chosen by the Rhode Island NSF Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) program to represent the state at Supercomputing13, November 17-22, 2013, in Denver, Colorado.
A full story was published in The Brown Daily Herald on September 24, 2013.
by Karishma Bhatia and April Tran
Community outreach connects Brown CS students to the Providence area. For more articles on how Brown CS students inspire and lead members of the greater Providence community click here.
On the surface, Artemis is a summer program geared towards teaching young girls computer skills, programming, and computer science concepts ...
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