- Research News
- Contact Us
- Department Life
- Oral History of Cornell CS
- Department Timeline
- Annual Reports
- Job Postings
- Ithaca Info
- Internal info
- CS Colloquium
- CU Tech Colloquium
- BOOM 2017
- SoNIC Workshop
- Conway-Walker Lecture Series
- Salton Lecture Series
- Seminars / Lectures
- Big Red Hacks
- 50th Anniversary Symposium
- Cornell University High School Programming Contest
- Game Design Initiative
- SJTU International Workshop
- Seminars & Lectures
There are no more upcoming events.
High School Programmers To Compete Simultaneously at Cornell and Cornell Tech
The Computer Science Department at Cornell University and Cornell Tech will invite teams of high school students from across the Northeast to compete simultaneously for the first time in the annual Cornell University High School Programming Contest to be held April 6. The event is not open to the public but members of the media are welcome to attend.
This year 43 teams will compete to solve 11 programming problems in a limited time. The winner is the team that solves the most problems in the allotted three hours. The challenge is one of strategy as well as programming skill, as a team must decide which problems it can solve most rapidly. The contest and program in Ithaca will be held 12:15 to 5 pm with opening remarks in Gates Hall G01 (12:15-12:30), contest in Gates Hall computer labs ground floor from 12:45-3:45 pm, and technical presentation and awards ceremony from 4:15-5:00 pm in G01.
For more information contact Vanessa Maley at email@example.com or 607.254.6559.
Irene Yoon awarded undergraduate research proposal from COE
Congrats to Irene Yoon, who has been awarded an undergraduate research proposal...
Carla Gomes and Bart Selman awarded DURIP grant from Office of Naval Research
CS Professors Carla Gomes and Bart Selman were awarded a 2017 DURIP (...
IC3 research highlighted at Financial Cryptography and Data Security Conference '17
IC3 research is among the main highlights at the International Financial...