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The making of a computer scientist

COLUMN: INIT

The making of a computer scientist

By Anne-Kathrin Peters, Judeth Oden Choi, October 2018

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The Heidelberg Laureate Forum on the moving frontier between mathematics and computer science

SECTION: Features

The Heidelberg Laureate Forum on the moving frontier between mathematics and computer science

Young and early-career researchers at the 2016 Heidelberg Laureate Forum discuss how the frontier between mathematics and computer science is shifting, what the future promises, and the implications the frontier's shape and dynamics will have on both fields.

By Edmon Begoli, Vincent Schlegel, Michael Atiyah, Praise Adeyemo, Tim Baarslag, April 2017

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Applied Aviation Research Center

DEPARTMENT: Labz

Applied Aviation Research Center

By Trevor Witt, April 2017

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Advanced Interactive Technologies Lab: Zürich, Switzerland

UC Berkeley's quantum computing group<br />Berkeley, CA

Meeting point: the computer lab

Meeting point: the computer lab

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Karlsruhe, Germany

By Johanna Schacht, June 2016

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Fortifying computing in student societies<br />A focus on outreach initiatives.

The prerequisites and privilege of autodidacticism

SECTION: Features

The prerequisites and privilege of autodidacticism

The proliferation of free, high-quality online courses has been heralded as a means to democratize education. The real innovations in online learning will be programs that teach the critical thinking required to learn more.

By Aliza Aufrichtig, June 2014

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Keio-NUS CUTE center<br />Singapore

DEPARTMENT: Labz

Keio-NUS CUTE center
Singapore

By Anshul Vikram Pandey, March 2013

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CS education in the U.S.

By Robert Dewar, Owen Astrachan, September 2009

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Introduction

By Justin Solomon, December 2008

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Introduction

By Justin Solomon, June 2008

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Introduction

By Justin Solomon, December 2007

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Road crew

By John Cavazos, April 1998

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Road crew

By John Cavazos, November 1997

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Ask Jack: skill development

By Jack Wilson, October 1997

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Road crew

By John Cavazos, October 1997

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Road crew

By John Cavazos, May 1997

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Road crew

By John Cavazos, April 1997

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Road crew

By John Cavazos, November 1996

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Applications of AI in education

By Joseph Beck, Mia Stern, Erik Haugsjaa, September 1996

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Road crew

By Lorrie Faith Cranor, September 1996

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Road crew

By Lorrie Faith Cranor, April 1996

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Road crew

By Lorrie Faith Cranor, February 1996

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Road crew

By Lorrie Faith Cranor, November 1995

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Road crew

By Lorrie Faith Cranor, September 1995

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Speed is life, life is speed

By Scott Ramsey MacDonald, May 1995

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How to succeed in graduate school

By Marie desJardins, February 1995

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Road crew

By Lorrie Faith Cranor, February 1995

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How to succeed in graduate school

This paper attempts to raise some issues that are important for graduate students to be successful and to get as much out of the process as possible, and for advisors who wish to help their students be successful. The intent is not to provide prescriptive advice -- no formulas for finishing a thesis or twelve-step programs for becoming a better advisor are given -- but to raise awareness on both sides of the advisor-student relationship as to what the expectations are and should be for this relationship, what a graduate student should expect to accomplish, common problems, and where to go if the advisor is not forthcoming.

By Marie desJardins, December 1994

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Road crew

By Saveen Reddy, September 1994

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