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BC Team Places in ACM Programming Contest

A Boston College team finished in third place in the Boston area preliminaries of the ACM programming contest on October 19 at Wellesley College and UMass Boston.

2014 Scholar Recipients

The College of Arts and Sciences recently named CS majors Dylan Wolff and Farhaad Naim as recipients of a Dean's Scholar and a Sophomore Scholar, respectively.

Full Time Lecturer or Visiting Assistant Professor Position Available

The Computer Science Department has an opening for a full time lecturer or visiting assistant professor position.

Laracuente Presents in VC Elevator Pitch Competition

Tyler Laracuente (A&S '14) presented to experienced venture capitalists and entrepreneurs in the BC Venture Capital "Elevator Pitch" Competition on Oct. 18.

photo of Hao Jiang
Hao Jiang Promoted

Computer Science faculty member Hao Jiang has been promoted to Associate Professor with tenure.

Ramesh Raskar Presentation

Ramesh Raskar, Associate Professor at the MIT Media Lab presented "Looking around Corners with Trillion Frames Per Second Imaging and NETRA Cellphone Optometry" at the Computer Science Distinguished Speaker Series.

BCTalks To Showcase CS Students

Two Computer Science students -- Tair Akhmejanov and John Bacon -- are among the 14 undergraduates who will present TEDTalk-style lectures in Robsham Theater Arts Center on November 13-14.

Computer Science Lab Renovations

Major renovations were completed to the Computer Science Undergraduate Laboratory in Fulton 160.

HubSpot Web App Challenge

Attention CS undergraduates: HubSpot is sponsoring a "Web App Challenge" where students build Facebook/Flickr mashups. The winners receive some nice prizes. Details can be found at http://bit.ly/webappchallenge.

CS Lab Survey Prize Drawing

Congratulations to Dario Baldoni A&S '12 who was one of the 40 or so CS Lab users responding to our CS Lab survey. Dario was chosen at random; he wins a $50 Apple iTunes gift certificate from the department. We appreciate his--and everyone's--feedback to help improve the lab.