Computer Science Department
Six professors and alumni held a panel conversation for students titled “What can I do with a degree in science?” in the Main Lounge of Moulton Union.
Postdoctoral Fellow in the Humanities Crystal Hall explored the challenges and opportunities of digital tools for humanities research, focusing particularly on her study of how poetry shaped Galileo’s philosophical ideas, in an Oct. 24 talk.
Bowdoin Career Planning recently invited Google Software Engineer Tom Hazel ’05 to give Bowdoin students a peek into working in the fast-paced world of Google.
Northern Bites, Bowdoin’s soccer-playing robot team, made it through the first rounds to advance to the quarterfinals at the international 2013 RoboCup, which was held this weekend in Eindhoven, a city in the Netherlands. Northern Bites landed in the top eight, automatically qualifying the team for the competition next year. In the round before quarterfinals, Northern […]
Since arriving at Bowdoin in 2010, junior Ellis Ratner has dedicated himself to robotics.
The National Science Foundation’s CS Bits & Bytes Newsletter is featuring the research of Daniela Oliveira this month partly “in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.” Oliveira, as assistant professor, is from Brazil.
Min Xing ’15 helped Computer Science Professor launch a project this summer to better assess the trust between people in online social networks.
Rob Visentin ’14 has been awarded a Gibbons Summer Research Program grant to turn an app he developed in a computer science course last year into a multifaceted product that, when finished, will be available for free downloads from the Apple Store.
The Northern Bites, Bowdoin’s robot soccer team, played well but was eliminated before final rounds at the 2012 RoboCup World Championship Games in Mexico City.
The Northern Bites are south of the border as the robot soccer team participates in RoboCup Mexico 2012.
Allen Tucker, an Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Natural Sciences Emeritus, and Richard Hopkins ’13 are collaborating on an app that will held an agency that helps feed the poor more efficiently track its food pick-ups and drop-offs.
Bowdoin’s competitive robotics team, Northern Bites, played recently at the annual 2012 RoboCup U.S. Open, held in the Sidney J. Watson Arena. Though Bowdoin didn’t come up tops in the competition, team advisor and professor of computer science Eric Chown said he was pleased with the team’s performance. Adding to their challenge of programming […]