Sundae Friday!

September 2nd, 2008



It’s Sundae Friday!

Join us this Friday (Sep 5) for a welcome back celebration for the Computer Science and Mathematics students and professors.  4:20pm in the King/Rice courtyard.

Programming Jobs in Physics

September 1st, 2008

Greetings!  My name is Chris Martin and I’m a professor in the Physics and Astronomy Dept. Every year my lab has a number of tasks that would be a lot of fun and great learning experiences for CS students.  My physics research uses computational techniques for everything from controlling satellites to simulating the motions of entire galaxies.  I’d be happy to pay students who are looking for a job, or offer credit for students who are more interested in the research itself.


Department Open House – Computer Science

August 25th, 2008

Wednesday, August 27 12:30 – 2:00 p.m. Science Center Hallway East from the commons.

Join us to learn more about Computer Science at Oberlin and meet the CS Faculty!

DLSim presents at the Ohio 5 conference

August 20th, 2008

Many of you know (or will get to know) DLSim in CS 210, where it has been used for many years as a tool for building and simulating logical circuits. The newest version of DLSim (version 3) has some exciting new features that make it possible to simulate much more complex examples, even an entire CPU!


Fall '08 ExCo Class

July 1st, 2008

Exco Flyer

Competitive Computer Programming

Tuesdays: 4:30-6:00pm

Instructor: Katie Kuksenok


Newly Elected CSMC Committee

April 24th, 2008

Congratulations to the following majors, who will make up next year’s CSMC!

  • Ted Warner, Rising senior, Chair
  • Rebecca Linick, Rising fifth-year, Co-Chair
  • Tom Wilson, Rising senior
  • Michael Brooks, Rising junior
  • Nate Gephart, Rising junior
  • Katie Kuksenok, Rising sophomore

Majors’ committee meetings for the rest of the semester will continue to
be held at 12:30PM on Wednesdays in King 135, the downstairs lab.

DLSim 3 Summer Research Assistant Positions Deadline 4/18/2008

April 15th, 2008

We are now accepting applications for an appointment as a research assistant for summer, 2008. We have funding for two assistants to work for 8 weeks during the summer. The research will involve work on DLSim 3, the latest version the digital logic circuit simulator that we use in CS 210. (more…)