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Cetintemel, Istrail, Singh, And Collaborators Receive COVID-19 Research Seed Fund Grants

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Brown University has just announced the award of $350,000 in a new COVID-19 Research Seed Fund, and three Brown CS faculty members are among the recipients. Brown established the fund to ...

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Brown CS Undergraduates Dai And Bermudez-Silverman Present Their Work At The Inaugural AAAI Undergraduate Consortium

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AAAI-20 is the thirty-fourth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, one of the world's most prominent international conferences on the subject. Held this year in New York from February 7-12, AAAI promotes theoretical and applied AI research as well as ...

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Brown CS Addresses Growth And Student Support, Constraints And Challenges In A BDH Op-Ed

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Over the past few years, The Brown Daily Herald has published several articles and op-eds about growing enrollment in computer science, including suggestions on how to address the resulting challenges that students face. This morning, Professor ...

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David Laidlaw Has Been Named To The IEEE Visualization Academy

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The IEEE VIS Conference is an annual conference held by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and is regarded as the foremost gathering of researchers focused on scientific visualization, information visualization, and visual analytics. This ...

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Brown CS Makes Responsible Computer Science An Integral Part Of Its Undergraduate Program

Computer science that benefits humanity, science that’s grounded in an awareness of its societal impact, has long been a Brown CS hallmark. Today, more than forty years after the founding of the department, global concern about the ethical and societal issues surrounding computing is greater than ever. This semester brings a new departmental initiative ...

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Krishnamurthi And van Dam Win SIGSOFT And SIGGRAPH Educator Awards

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Within the span of a single year, Brown CS faculty members have won two of the field's highest distinctions for teaching: Professor Shriram Krishnamurthi received the SIGSOFT Influential Educator Award and Professor Andy ...

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Seny Kamara And Collaborators Win A Grant For Responsible CS Education

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On April 30, 2019, Brown CS Professor Seny Kamara was announced as a winner of The Responsible Computer Science Challenge from Omidyar Network, Mozilla, Schmidt Futures, and Craig Newmark Philanthropies. Seny worked in collaboration with colleagues Suresh Venkatasubramanian (University of ...

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George Konidaris Receives The Latest Brown CS Named Professorship

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Brown University's Department of Computer Science (Brown CS) is pleased to announce that Assistant Professor George Konidaris has become the inaugural holder of the John E. Savage Endowed ...

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Andy van Dam Wins The Inaugural ACM SIGGRAPH Distinguished Educator Award

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Now in his ninth decade, it remains to be seen whether Brown CS Professor Andries van Dam is slowing down. He's just become the inaugural recipient of the ACM SIGGRAPH Distinguished Educator Award ...

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Computer Science For Societal Good

Since the earliest days of Brown, our students have been eager to combine the pursuit of societal change with rigorous academic study, then use what they’ve learned to benefit humankind at large. In today’s world, where computation has become ubiquitous, this obligation takes on new importance. Users of social media, owners of Internet-enabled ...