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March 28, 2016 - April 3, 2016

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Read More: More CS Majors And Increased Enrollment

To learn about how more and more Brown University students are majoring in CS and enrolling in our classes, click any of the links below:

Brown CS Graduates A Record Number Of Undergrads: 39% Are Women

Brown CS Addresses Growth and Student Support: Constraints and Challenges In A BDH Op-Ed

BDH Cites Faculty Accessibility And ...

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Seny Kamara Shares His Thoughts On Mainstream Email Encryption In Motherboard

Email encryption has been available for more than two decades, but providing the layperson with access to secure email (now much in demand in the wake of the Edward Snowden revelations) has proven difficult. How will it work? Despite multiple years of effort from Yahoo, Google, and others, various issues, including public-key authentication and usability ...

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IEEE Spectrum References Brown's Million Objects Challenge In An Article On Robotic Grasping

As the field of robotics begins to make serious headway with the challenge of robotic grasping, Professor Stefanie Tellex's Humans to Robots Laboratory (H2R) at Brown University's Department of Computer Science (Brown CS) continues to draw attention. In a recent IEEE Spectrum article, Sergey Levine of Google mentions the "substantially broader aim" of ...

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Encryption Can't Make 2+2=5, Says Anna Lysyanskaya In Le Nouvel Observateur

"Stunned silence" is how Professor Anna Lysyanskaya of Brown University's Department of Computer Science (Brown CS) describes the reaction to a recent speech by President Barack Obama at the South by Southwest Conferences and Festivals (SXSW). In an interview with Le Nouvel Observateur, she comments on the consensus among cryptologists that secure encryption accessible ...

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