Quick links

Event

Data: The New Killer Application and How Data Is Driving Exciting New Applications Across IoT and Beyond

Date and Time
Saturday, June 2, 2018 - 8:45am to 10:00am
Location
McCormick Hall 101
Type
Event

Alumni-Faculty Forum
Data: The New Killer Application and How Data Is Driving Exciting New Applications Across IoT and Beyond

Moderator: 
-Jennifer Rexford '91, Gordon Y.S. Wu Professor in Engineering, Professor of Computer Science and Chair, Department of Computer Science
Panelists:
-James Shepard ’78, Founder and Managing Partner, GenNx360 Capital Partners
-Angela T. Tucci ’88, CEO, Apto, Inc.
-Jean Hsu ’08, Co-Founder, Co Leadership
-Michael S. Wang ’08, Co-Founder & CEO, SIRL

This event is part of Princeton University's Reunion 2018 celebration

Cold War 2.0: Russian Cybersecurity and Hacking

Date and Time
Friday, June 1, 2018 - 10:30am to 11:45am
Location
McCosh Hall 50
Type
Event

Alumni-Faculty Forum
Cold War 2.0: Russian Cybersecurity and Hacking

Moderator: 
-Jonathan Mayer ’09, Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Public Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School
Panelists: 
-Walter B. Slocombe ’63, former Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, Caplin & Drysdale
-Alexander H. Southwell ’93, Partner, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP
-J. Alex Halderman ’03, Professor of Computer Science & Engineering, University of Michigan
-Ishani Sud ’08 *12

This event is part of Princeton University's Reunion 2018 celebration

Cashing In: The Value and Volatility of Cryptocurrency

Date and Time
Friday, June 1, 2018 - 10:30am to 11:45am
Location
McDonnell Hall A02
Type
Event

Alumni-Faculty Forum
Cashing In: The Value and Volatility of Cryptocurrency

Moderator: 
-Edward Felten, Robert E. Kahn Professor of Computer Science and Public Affairs, Director, Center for Information Technology Policy, and Associate Director, Program in Technology and Society. 
Panelists: 
-Peter Barry ’63, Principal, Peter T. Barry Company
-Michael Shamos ’68, Distinguished Career Professor, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University
-Alex Sieke ’08, Product Manager, Coinbase
-Sarah Adams ’13, Project Manager, Plaid

This event is part of Princeton University's Reunion 2018 celebration

Class Day 2018

Date and Time
Monday, June 4, 2018 - 1:30pm to 3:00pm
Location
Friend Center Courtyard
Type
Event

The Chair and the Faculty of the Department of Computer Science
invite you and your family to attend... 


Class Day 2018
Departmental Award Ceremony

Monday, June 4, 2018


Light refreshments at 1:30 pm, Ceremony will begin at 2:00 pm 
under the tent in the Friend Center Courtyard.
Immediately following, there will be SEAS Reception in the Friend Lobby at 3:00 pm
Presentation of SEAS Awards
Friend Courtyard 3:15 pm.

Limited space – 4 guests per family

Princeton Research Day

Date and Time
Thursday, May 10, 2018 - 10:30am to 5:00pm
Location
Frist Campus Center
Type
Event

Princeton Research Day is a celebration of the research and creative endeavors by our undergraduates, graduate students, postdoctoral researchers and other nonfaculty researchers.

The campuswide event serves as an opportunity for researchers and artists to share their work with the community and includes research from the natural sciences, social sciences, engineering, the arts and humanities. The program features talks, posters, performances, art exhibitions, demonstrations, digital presentations and an awards ceremony for outstanding contributions. The event is free and open to the public.

Princeton Research Day is a collaborative initiative between the offices of the Dean of the College, the Dean of the Faculty, the Dean of the Graduate School and the Dean for Research, with support from the Office of the Provost.

Several students from the Computer Science Department will participate.  For a list of all CS participants, click here.  For the full agenda (viewable in the Guidebook app), click here

Cyber Security and Warfare in the 21st Century: Policy Conference

Date and Time
Friday, April 20, 2018 - 8:45am to 5:00pm
Location
Robertson Hall, Arthur Lewis Auditorium
Type
Event

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.  Please register at link here

Cyber capabilities have introduced new dynamics into national security planning, decision-making and strategy. Yet the uses, defenses and ramifications of these tools remain poorly understood. We hope you join us to learn more about these tools and how they impact national security.

The conference kicks off with a keynote on Thursday, April 19 at 4:30pm in Arthur Lewis Auditorium by J. Michael Daniel, President of the Cyber Threat Alliance and former Special Assistant to President Obama and Cybersecurity Coordinator. On Friday, April 20, we host panels of experts and policymakers to discuss cyber norms and governance, defense, and warfare and terrorism.


Conference Program

8:15-8:45am - Continental Breakfast

8:45-9:00am - Welcome 

Professor Aaron Friedberg, Director, Center for International Security Studies, Princeton University

9-10:00am  -  What You Need to Know about Cyber 

Professor Ed Felten, Director, Center for Information Technology Policy, Princeton University

10:15am-11:30am - Cyber Sovereignty or Global Governance?

Professor Niva Elkin-Koren, Director, Haifa Center for Law & Technology, University of Haifa

Cameron F. Kerry, Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Governance Studies, Center for Technology Innovation, Brookings Institution

Tim Maurer, Co-Director, Cyber Policy Initiative, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Teddy Nemeroff '01, Senior Advisor, Coordinator for Cyber Issues, U.S. Department of State

Samm Sacks, Senior Fellow, Technology Policy Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies

1:30-2:45pm - Protecting from Cyber Intrusion

Professor Aaron Brantly, Virginia Tech

Julie Steinke, Lead Behavioral Scientist, MITRE Corporation

Kiersten Todt '94, Resident Scholar, Institute for Cyber Law, Policy, and Security, University of Pittsburgh

3:00-4:15pm - Cyber Warfare and Digital Terrorism

COL Andrew Hall, Director, Army Cyber Institute, US Military Academy

Ian Wallace, Co-Director, Cybersecurity Initiative, New America

Professor Gabriel Weimann, University

4:30-5:00pm  - Concluding Remarks

HackPrinceton

Date and Time
Friday, March 30, 2018 - 5:00pm to Sunday, April 1, 2018 - 5:00pm
Location
Friend Center Convocation Room
Type
Event

Twice a year, HackPrinceton welcomes 600 developers and designers from across the country to create incredible software and hardware projects. For 36 hours this spring, from March 30 to April 1, we will provide a warm and collaborative environment for you to build out brilliant, innovative, and impactful ideas.

At HackPrinceton, you'll meet fellow hackers, learn new technologies, and work alongside seasoned mentors. We'll have free food, swag, workshops, lecture series, mentorship, prizes, game, free food, and more. Don't have a team, or even an idea? Don't worry! We'll give you the tools to build something incredible.

Whether you’re new to coding/design/hardware or a seasoned hacker, you have a place at HackPrinceton. All we expect is a passion for learning, a willingness to collaborate with people of different backgrounds, and a desire to benefit the world with technology. We'd love to see you here!

Princeton AI4ALL Planning Meeting

Date and Time
Thursday, December 7, 2017 - 4:30pm to 5:30pm
Location
Computer Science Tea Room
Type
Event
Host
Olga Russakovsky

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly changing the world. AI has amazingly broad applications, and we need people with a comparably broad set of experiences and worldviews working on AI problems. However, there is a distinct lack of diversity of people in the AI community, leading to a lack of diversity of thought. This results in technology biased for certain demographics, needs and values, accruing the benefits of AI to the few instead of the all.

The solution to the problem has to start with education. This coming summer, the Princeton Computer Science Department, the Princeton Center for Information Technology Policy, and the AI4ALL foundation are starting a summer camp to teach AI to high school students from underrepresented groups. The Princeton AI4ALL camp will run for 3 weeks, from  July 22nd - August 11, 2018. It will target rising 11th graders from racial/ethnic groups dramatically underrepresented in AI: Black, Hispanic/Latino/Latina, and Native American.

At this meeting, we will discuss the history of this initiative, describe what has been planned so far, and map out a plan going forward. There are lots of ways for you to become involved -- in paid and unpaid positions, in spring and summer, in teaching and research, in roles that require AI expertise and in roles that are most administrative in nature. The camp relies on undergraduate & graduate students, postdocs, researchers, faculty and staff working together to create an educational, memorable and inspirational experience for the high schoolers. We want to teach them basic AI concepts, showcase the broad range of AI applications, walk them through some of the AI policy issues, and instill in them the confidence that they too can become the future AI leaders. We need YOU to make this happen. 

Women's Interactive Networking Event (WINE)

Date and Time
Thursday, December 14, 2017 - 4:30pm to 5:30pm
Location
Computer Science Tea Room
Type
Event
Host
Olga Russakovsky

Details: The last event of 2017 will focus on mentoring. We'll begin with a short talk followed by small group discussions.

Food for thought before the meeting: What have you accomplished in 2017 that you're particularly proud of? (No, stop your mind before you start thinking of all the things you hadn't quite done perfectly. Really focus on one thing you ROCKED. And beam with pride.)

As always, open to graduate students, post docs and faculty of all genders!

Class Day 2017

Date and Time
Monday, June 5, 2017 - 1:30pm to 3:00pm
Location
Friend Center Courtyard
Type
Event

 

The Chair and the Faculty of the

Department of Computer Science

Invite you and your family to attend

Class Day 2017

Departmental Award Ceremony

Monday, June 5, 2017

Light refreshments at 1:30 pm 

Ceremony will begin at 2 pm

under the tent in the Friend Center Courtyard

Immediately following, there will be SEAS Reception

in the Friend Lobby at 3PM

Presentation of SEAS Awards

Friend Courtyard 3:15 PM

  

Limited space – 4 guests per family

Follow us: Facebook Twitter Linkedin