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Lunch & Learn: Computational Intractability: A Barrier for Computers, Man, and Science with Sanjeev Arora

While computers are exponentially more powerful and increasingly important in both society and in every area of scholastic inquiry, modern computers appear to be incapable of solving certain problems. In recent decades, computer scientists have begun to develop an understanding … Continue reading

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Lunch & Learn: The Changing Face of Programming with Brian Kernighan

For the past eight years, Dr. Kernighan has taught a Computer Science course on advanced programming techniques that is meant to reflect how programming is used in the real world. Over time, the course has become more and more stretched … Continue reading

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Lunch & Learn: Dean Maria Klawe: “The Truth About Females and Computing”

In a special March 1 Lunch ‘n Learn presentation, Dr. Maria Klawe, dean of Princeton’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, presented Gender, Lies and Video Games: The Truth about Females and Computing. The event was simulcast via Internet2 to … Continue reading

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