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Computer Science

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    Findings and Future Directions: Notes From Summer Science MAP Students

    Oct 28, 2022
    Weeks after they concluded their summer science MAPs, we met up with five students to ask them about their research, the process of scientific inquiry, and what the MAP experience has taught them.
  2. Three students examine a beam of light being projected through a series of circular lenses.

    Grinnell Science Project Means Family

    Sep 27, 2022
    On the thirtieth anniversary of the Grinnell Science Project, the Student Assistants of GSP reflect on community, confidence, and becoming ambassadors to their peers.
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    Exploring New Ways of Thinking and Problem-solving

    Jul 12, 2022
    Functional Problem Solving (CSC 151) will introduce you to computer science and computational thinking. As a student in this course, you’ll learn how to write your own programs and better understand the computer programs that impact your life.
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    Exploring Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

    Jul 12, 2022

    Introduction to Reinforcement Learning and Multi-Agent Systems (CSC 395) is an innovative course that explores reinforcement learning, which, according to

  5. Fernanda Eliott Named Scialog Fellow

    Jun 28, 2022
    Fernanda Eliott, Grinnell College assistant professor of computer science, has been named a Scialog Fellow by the Research Corporation for Science Advancement. Eliott was selected for the “Molecular Basis of Cognition” group, which will bring together scientists from a wide range of fields to better understand the processes that underlie short- and long-term memory, thought, perception, and cognition.
  6. Carlton Segbefia and a co-worker talk as they walk past a colorful mural

    Seeing the World Clearly

    Jun 15, 2022
    Carlton Segbefia ’21 is using his computer science skills to help others and to make the world a better place.
  7. Chase Holdener receives ’23 Goldwater Scholarship

    Apr 04, 2022
    The Goldwater Scholarship Program, one of the oldest and most prominent national scholarships in the natural sciences, engineering, and mathematics in the United States, seeks to identify and support college sophomores and juniors who show exceptional promise to become this nation’s next generation of research leaders in their fields.
  8. Nicole Eikmeier Named Scialog Fellow

    May 07, 2021
    Nicole Eikmeier, assistant professor of computer science at Grinnell College since 2019, has been named a Scialog fellow by the Research Corporation for Science Advancement.
  9. Peter-Michael Osera Receives $524,611 CAREER Grant from the National Science Foundation

    Mar 12, 2021
    The grant will support Peter-Michael's project “Foundations and Applications of Constraint-based Synthesis."
  10. Paul Hill ’23

    An App in Support of Black Lives Matter

    Dec 01, 2020
    A desire to contribute to the common good prompted Paul Hill ’23 to lead development of an app.

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