Tonight: Brad talks about Xcode and Objective-C at 7 PM in LH 035 /cc @iusoic
Lindsey is a Ph.D. candidate in the Programming Languages Group at Indiana University, where she studies deterministic parallelism. She's a recidivist Mozilla Research intern and contributor to the Rust programming language, and a Hacker School resident.
I'm a Ph.D. student working on reversible concurrency in the Programming Languages Group. I've taught high school, served in the USAF, and worked as a software developer. In Bloomington, I teach at Athanasius College and love going caving.
I'm a senior BSCS specializing in Systems. My interests in CS include user interfaces, information networks, and creativity tools.
Hello everyone, I’m Peng, a 4th year CS PhD candidate. My advisor is Prof. Beth Plale and I have been doing research in data provenance, data mining and data visualization. In my free time, I like watching movies, swimming, playing Ping-Pong and badminton.
I'm a phd candidate, working on building translation systems for under-represented languages. I love open source and doing ridiculous art projects with NLP. I've been both a software engineer at Google and a research intern on Google Translate.
I’m a Ph.D. Candidate in Programming Languages working on high-performance, mathematical programming languages with predictable parallel performance. I’ve also been called the “CS Hipster” and an expert of the esoteric computing domain. I work closely with Dyalog, Ltd. and believe it’s possible to write code that is practically bug-free in the large. I’m an Orthodox Christian, a martial artist, and a great fan of ink pens, paper, and beautiful handwriting.
The IU Computer Science Club (also known as CS Club) is a student-run organization affiliated with the Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing. We are dedicated to bringing together SoIC students and computer science enthusiasts for the fun, hands-on parts of CS: tutorials, research, advising, networking, hackathons, competitions, games, and other various events. All this is done in the spirit of inclusivity, bringing together upperclassmen and lowerclassmen, graduate and undergraduate students, as well as faculty. The club shall represent the Computer Science community at IU and promote an academic agenda that aligns with the needs and values of the students.