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Congratulations 2019 CUNY Hackaonthon Winners!

Congratulations 2019 CUNY Hackaonthon Winners!

  • Posted by kn963
  • Published: Nov 15, 2019

CUNY-PekingU Team Won SemEval 2019

  • Posted by kn963
  • Published: Apr 01, 2019

Eight Hunter Undergrads Selected to Participate in Recent MIT Workshop

Among the eight were Ariel Avshalumov, Shondell Baijoo, Lily Caplan, Calvin Herman, Patrycja Krawczuk, Marie Mazzeo, Michael Saterson and Rebecca Zhang.

  • Posted by jdriscol
  • Published: Mar 09, 2018

CSCI Salutatorians (That's Right -- Plural) at Hunter's 218 Winter Commencement!

Messrs. Gil Dekel and James Kluz were honored with being chosen as co-Salutatorians at Hunter's Winter 2018 Commencement Exercises. The CS Department takes great pride in recognizingour classmate' achievementss and wishes them great good fortune in their endeavors: Ad astra per aspera!

  • Posted by jdriscol
  • Published: Feb 06, 2018

Kudos for Kevin! Hunter Junior and CSCI Major, Kevin Cybura and His Team Win Most Recent CUNY-wide Hack-a-thon, November 10-12, 2017.

Join the CS Department in congratulating our confrere on his recent success.ยท Bravissimo!

  • Posted by jdriscol
  • Published: Nov 17, 2017

Professor Katherine St. John Joins the Staff at Hunter's CSCI Department

Hunter's Computer Science Department welcomes Katherine St. John to our faculty. She joins us as a tenured full Professor beginning Fall 2017.

  • Posted by jdriscol
  • Published: Nov 02, 2017

Gil Dekel, CSCI Major (Lower Junior) receives renowned Undergraduate Summer Research Internship at Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Gil Dekel, CSCI major, is the recipient of a highly prestigious Undergraduate Summer Research Internship at MIT. Gil will do 10 weeks of intense research in Professor Michael S. Fee's neuroscience lab at MIT's McGovern Institute for Brain Research. Fee's group works on "Understanding how the brain learns and generates complex sequential behaviors, with a focus on the songbird as a model system." At Hunter, Gil is a student in Professor Susan Epstein's machine learning and problem solving lab, where he works on modeling spatial data to support robot navigation. Join us in wishing him great success in this endeavor.

  • Posted by jdriscol
  • Published: Apr 05, 2016

Beginners' Linux Class

Learn all about the computer system used in HN 1000-G (and most required and elective programming courses for the major) ... Tom Walter will host two sessions this week: Tuesday, March 1 at 5:30p - 6:30p and Thursday, March 3, 12:00p - 1:00p in the UNIX lab, room HN 1000-G. Bring y our questions.

  • Posted by jdriscol
  • Published: Feb 09, 2016