Senior Symposium 2017 Friday, April 28 2017

April 27th, 2017

CSCI Graduating Seniors, Sam Goree and Andres Cuervo will present their research on Friday april 28 1:30-2:50 King 321 Sam  Goree - Towards a Relative-Pitch Neural Network System for Chorale  Composition and Harmonization. Andres Cuervo - Imagine Trees Like These - virtual Reality Narrative Concerning Forests, Futurity, and Ephemerality. For a complete list of presentations go to : Senior Symposium 2017    

Graduate School vs. Industry. Questions and Answers

April 7th, 2017

CSCI Majors are invited to join us for Pizza on Tuesday, April 11 12:15 King 239. We will discuss Applying to Graduate Schools. Deciding between grad school and working in industry. Bring your questions!

Google: What, When, Where?

March 16th, 2017

Are you a student pursuing a technical degree and interested in Google for your tech career? Come gain some tips and info from Google engineers! See event details below.

Who is invited? All Computer Science and Engineering students but anyone with an interest in software development is welcome!

What, when, where?

  • Preparing for Tech Interview: 3/30, 5:00 - 6:30pm, King 239
  • Mock Interviews: 3/30 & 3/31, morning and afternoon
    • If you'd like a mock interview, complete the form linked below by 3/23

What to do next?: Register for events and Mock interviews here: https://goo.gl/qvQhII

Make sure your resume and LinkedIn profiles are up to date (you can link both in the form above).

Denison ACM Programming Contest

February 22nd, 2017

  denisonpic Congratulations to all our students who participated in the Spring 2017 Denison ACM Programming contest.  Oberlin was represented by 24 students. Two of our teams placed in the top 10! Special congratulations to 2nd place team: Oberlin';DROP TABLE TEAMS;--  consisting of Anders Cornell, Jakob Cornell, Ben Levin,  and Nathan Paige and 8th place winners: The Flying Rainbow Ninja Unicorns, consisting of Adina Johnson, Serafina Nix, Maya Shanmugam, and Olivia Vasquez.

Youngstown Programming Contest

October 31st, 2016

This past weekend, 5 teams of Oberlin students competed at the Youngstown ACM programming contest.  All of our teams performed well, and our top team -- Oberlin Prime -- was ranked third at our site.
Oberlin Prime

Oberlin Prime (Nathan Paige, Bobby Dorwood, Sage Jenson)

Congratulations to everyone!
Youngstown ACM Programming Contest team 2016

The whole team, plus Tom, plus creepy little girl statue.

Computer Science Student-Faculty Lunches

September 8th, 2016

The Computer Science Dept has scheduled several informal lunch times in Stevenson. All CSCI Majors are welcome to attend.  Stop by and  join your fellow students and CSCI Faculty for lunch and socializing. Mark your calendars for Feb. 13, 2017 ( more dates to follow)  11:30-1:30 Students will use their meal plans. Any student that is not on a meal plan, should register with Jackie Fortino in King 223.  

CSCI Majors Forum Mon. Sept 12 Noon King 239

September 8th, 2016

The Computer Science Dept. will be hosting some open discussion forums throughout the semester. All CSCI Majors are invited to attend. These will be opportunities for students and faculty to come together and have open and frank conversations about topics affecting the department, the campus and the greater Oberlin community.  We welcome hearing your opinions and concerns, and will respond as best we can to any questions you may have.  These forums are not motivated by any particular incident. Rather, they are a way for us to keep the lines of communication open and to help maintain the community we've built together in the CSCI Dept. PIZZA will be served, so please RSVP to the email you have received.

Welcome Back CSCI Majors – Ice Cream Social

August 22nd, 2016

Yum!

Yum!

Join the Math and CSCI Department for an Ice Cream Social to start off the year right! Wednesday, August 31 4:30 Rice Courtyard (King 2nd floor rain site) ice cream social

2016 Honor Student Presentations

April 19th, 2016

 Computer Science Department 2016 Honor Presentations April 25 & April 26 King 243 4:30 -6:00 p.m. Monday April 25 4:30 Conrad Schloer 5:00  Max Grusky 5:30 Nathan Klein Tuesday, April 26 4:30  Sam Rossin 5:00  James Quintana 5:30 Gabriel Appleby Join us for the presentations and refreshments

Programming contest teams take first and second

April 4th, 2016

This past weekend (April 2nd) was the 10th Annual Ohio Wesleyan Programming Contest. We sent 4 teams, all of whom did great, solving at least half the problems.  Oberlin Alpha and Oberlin Prime took first and second place respectively, out of 12 teams total.  Congratulations to our teams!