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CRA's Outstanding Undergraduate Award program recognizes undergraduate students who show outstanding research potential in an area of computing research. Nominees are nominated by the department chair or a faculty member. Each department may nominate a total of two male and two female candidates. Preference is given to students in their senior year. In addition ...

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2003-1117.Soccer.pngBack, left to right: Yanif Ahmad, Alex Zgolinski, Arhan Ertan,Daniel Acevedo, Aris Anagnostopoulos, Serhat Ozbay, Melih Bitim Front, left to right: Ugur Cetintemel, Pascal Van Hentenryck, Cagatay Demiralp , Gokhan Yalcin.

Last Sunday, 11/16, The department's soccer team, Bytesoccer, became the champion of the Brown Intramural Fall 2003 Middle Division Outdoor Soccer League ...

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Visitors to the CS Department over the summer will have noticed the gradual flowering on our walls of a very impressive group of art works. It’s the brainchild of Franco Preparata, whose connections with Brown’s art world enabled us to receive on loan a collection of the graphic works of Walter Feldman, long-time Brown Professor ...

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On September 18, 2003, John Crawford ’75 of Intel will kick off the Computer Science Department’s gala celebration of its 25th anniversary with his talk, “20 Years of Growth in Microprocessor Performance: A Look Back and a Glimpse Ahead”. John, one of the first concentrators in CS at Brown (back when it was merely a ...

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The CS92 "Firefighters" program, built last year in collaboration with Marcella Weinberg's 2nd graders at the Charles N. Fortes Magnet Academy Museum School in the Elmwood section of Providence, was recently featured on Intel's "Innovation Odyssey" web site (http://www97.intel.com/education/odyssey/day_319/day_319.htm). Devoted to innovative uses ...

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Pascal Van Hentenryck and Laurent Michel won the best paper award for their paper 'Control Abstractions for Local Search'about part of the Comet System featured in the last issue of conduit! (great timing, isn't it!). The paper describes novel control abstractions to simplify the development, compositionality, and reuse of local search algorithms. It ...

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We heard yesterday that Maurice Herlihy's paper on 'wait-free synchronization'is the 2003 winner of the Edsger W. Dijkstra Prize in Distributed Computing. The Edsger W. Dijkstra Prize in Distributed Computing is given to an outstanding paper on the principles of distributed computing, whose significance and impact on the theory and/or practice of ...

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Gee, we're impressed: another CSer showed an artwork at the recent Boston Cyberarts Festival. Our April 10 news squib on this site talked about Selim Tezel's (MSc '02) computer-generated images in this show; now here's another CS artist!

Andrew McClain, a CS major and CS 15 UTA who completed his senior thesis ...

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We're happy to announce that David Reiss, a junior concentrating in Computer Science, has been named a Faculty Scholar for the 03-04 academic year. The Faculty Scholars fund was established in 1982 through the gifts of the University's faculty and friends to provide scholarship and fellowship aid to undergraduate or graduate students, with ...

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2003-0501.Spring.pngJennet Kirschenbaum on her hog outside the CIT

How do we know that spring has truly arrived? When Jennet takes to the road on her Harley Sportster! Jennet is looking mighty fetching in her biking leathers, sporting fancy new goggles...

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