The Department of Computer Science at Brown University offers corporations and non-profit organizations exceptional opportunities for productive collaboration with a leading academic research institution.
The Department is committed to progress in research and the transfer of state-of-the-art technologies beyond the campus. It is also committed to informing students and faculty about opportunities in industry. Strong, mutually beneficial links with leaders in computer-related industries will advance these goals.
The IPP does does not endorse or advocate for the business practices of any of its partner companies, and we reserve the right to change our membership at any time.
Industry Partners are introduced to the Department's research and development efforts and to our students. We seek to develop relationships with a limited number of Partners who share an interest in supporting faculty and students.
The full scope of the Department's research interests are listed here.
Member institutions are encouraged to recruit our students, participate in the selection of topics for our IPP symposia, and advise on the employment and research needs of corporations. The IPP Director and the Program Manager stay in regular contact with participating companies, arrange campus visits, identify faculty to serve as consultants, and respond to specific requests.
We encourage our students to thoughtfully consider their career interests and goals, and decide for themselves which companies they should engage with. Please contact us if you have any input regarding our program.
Students: If you want to receive notifications of IPP events please click this link to be added to the mailing list: http://bit.ly/brownipp
New in 2019: Industry Night
5:00 -- 8:00 in the CIT on September 24. Company recruiters and students will have a chance to talk and learn more about each other in relaxed ongoing conversation with food and beverages. Each company will have 5(ish) minutes to give an elevator pitch on who they are, the roles they're recruiting for, or whatever is important/unique/interesting about their company that students will want to know.