Read More Students compete for most realistic CG renderings
The annual CS87/187 rendering competition lets students compete with their own computer-generated images. 12 entries were received this year, featuring black holes, microscopic creatures and everything inbetween.
Read More Dartmouth CS hiring an Administrative Assistant III
We are seeking applications for an administrative assistant to the department at the rank of Administrative Assistant II.
Read More Dartmouth CS hiring tenure-track faculty in cybersecurity
We invite?applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the level of assistant professor (exceptional candidates at other ranks will be considered) in the broad area of cybersecurity.
Read More Dartmouth CS hiring 3 tenure-track faculty lines
We are inviting applications for 3 tenure-track faculty positions at the level of assistant or associate professor in the areas of (1) Machine Learning, (2) Algorithms, and (3) Computation for Physical Systems (sensors, cyber-physical systems, graphics and computational design, robotics, and visi
Read More Quote of the Day from V.S. Subrahmanian
"We were one of the first to look at developing a series of models that could predict the behavior of terrorist groups through what we learned from our friends in political science,"?says the Distinguished Professor in Cybersecurity, Technology, and Society in a "New Europe" story about how he an
Read More Themistoklis Haris '21 wins Town Prize in CS
Themis Haris '21?won the Town Prize this year in Computer Science.
Read More The Myth and Magic of Generating New Ideas
Dan Rockmore ponders how we generate new ideas in this article for The New Yorker. (Illustration by Ana Galva?)
Read More Dartmouth team receives NSF grant for underwater robots
Alberto Quattrini Li (PI), Devin Balkcom (Co-PI), Xia Zhou (Co-PI), Bo Zhu (Co-PI), Jesse Casana (Anthropology, Co-PI), and Dave Lutz (Environmental Studies, Senior Personnel) were awarded a $400,000 NSF Major Research Instrumentation grant.
Read More Robots and AI to support research on harmful blue-green algae
Alberto Quattrini Li leads a multi-institution effort supported by a $3 million NSF grant (renewable to $5.9 M) for lake monitoring of Blue-Green Algae through robotics and big data technologies.