Featured Student: Ahmed Gedi

Bio Course of Study: Computer Science & Math major, minor in Latin American Studies Hometown: SE Portland, OR Main Interests: Mobile/Web applications, Graph Theory, Latin American history, and salsa dancing Website:http:// https://ahmedgedi.github.io What project or experience (in computing) are you most proud of? My favorite project/experience by far has been building a React application during […]

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Journal of Student Research: Call For Papers

Our call for papers is out: The ACM student chapter is putting together a mini peer-reviewed journal! If you’d like to learn how peer reviewed research works, and possibly get a sort of “mini-publication” to put on your CV, keep reading!The ACM Chapter is accepting short papers about computational topics. Some good possible topics include […]

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The PioGames!

Register for Lewis & Clark’s 2nd ever Hackathon and 1st ever Game jam! Kicking off at 10am this Saturday, April 13th and ending at 1pm this Sunday, April 14th! https://forms.gle/b9azuKtK21pG4Rhx8 Scan the QR Code on the poster or follow the link above to register! So what is a hackathon/game jam? A hackathon, despite the name, […]

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Colloquium Series: Unleashing the power of biodiversity data with data science

Biodiversity data can take many forms, from photographs of bird feathers from museums to 3D CT-scans of extinct animals. Natural History Museums and Botanical Gardens have been digitizing their collections for over ten years yielding billions of data points culminating in one of the most exciting data resources the world has to offer. Evolutionary Biologist, […]

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Featured Student: Roshan Bhatia

Bio Course of Study: CS Major, Religious Studies Minor Hometown: San Diego, CA Main Interests: Distributed Systems, Network Security, Loud Music, Basketball Github: https://github.com/roshbhatia LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/roshan-bhatia-2b1970a7/ What’s some advice you have for other computationally minded students? Work on some personal projects! To be honest, just doing the coursework isn’t going to prepare you for the […]

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Colloquium Series: Medical Informatics and the Electronic Health Record with Isaac Goldstein, ’16

Medical Informatics is an applied research field that seeks to answer questions of interest to medical professionals through computer science, anthropology, statistics, industrial engineering, biology, and many other fields. This talk will serve as an introduction to medical informatics, give a sense of the day to day work of an informatics research assistant, and present […]

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Featured Student: Adriana Rogers

Bio Course of Study: CS & Math major, minor in Political Science  Hometown: Auburn, CA, but grew up overseas  Main Interests: Using CS and math for data-driven approaches to social justice issues.  What project or experience (in computing) are you most proud of? Last summer, I worked at the Voting Rights Data Institute through Tufts […]

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Workshop Series: Introduction to Biocomputing

This week’s exciting workshop is an introduction to the deeply interesting and applicable field of biocomputing and bioinformatics. It’s led by Julia Somers (a Biology major), and Ben Glick (a Math/CS & Physics major). It will involve solving bioinformatic problems as a group, so bring your creativity and your problem solving skills ! The workshop […]

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