"Be the smart girl. . .The best way to fight implicit bias is through hard work.”
That was the advice Margo Seltzer, Hershel Smith Professor of Computer Science, offered to more than 100 female technologists, researchers, and students who gathered in Cambridge, Mass., for the global Women in Data Science Conference (WiDS), a daylong event to inspire, connect, and educate women in tech. Read More.
The Institute for Applied Computational Science, located at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, is proud to welcome Dr. Manju Manjunathaiah as a visiting Assistant Professor of Computational Science. This spring, he will teach CS 205: Computing Foundations for Computational Science.
Professor Manjunathaiah holds an academic staff position in the School of Mathematical, Physical, and Computational Sciences at the University of Reading in the U.K. His research interests span theoretical and practical computer science in parallel and concurrent Read more about IACS Welcomes Manju Manjunathaiah
IACS is pleased to welcome Harikrishna Narasimhan as a Postdoctoral Researcher. Harikrishna received his Ph.D. in computer science and automation from the Indian Institute of Science where his research centered around the field of machine learning, the science of building predictive models from data, which has applications in almost every area of engineering and science, be it bioinformatics, health care, astronomy, or information retrieval. Read more about IACS Welcomes Harikrishna Narasimhan
IACS is pleased to welcome Niv Dayan as a Postdoctoral Researcher. Niv received his Ph.D. in computer science at the ITU University of Copenhagen, where he specialized in algorithm design for storage technologies. Niv will split his time between IACS and Harvard Professor Stratos Idreos's research lab.
Much has changed for Daniel Newman (S.M. ’14) in the last few years. After two years at J.P Morgan, as an investment banker, and another year in the computational science and engineering master’s program at Harvard, Mr. Newman has become a software engineer at an innovative health start-up in Boston, Kyruus.