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Cornell University    
 
    
 
  Sep 25, 2017
 
Courses of Study 2017-2018

Computer Science


In Computing and Information Science .

Course Offerings  

110 Gates Hall, (607) 255-0982, www.cs.cornell.edu

The Department of Computer Science is part of the Faculty of Computing and Information Science (CIS). It offers CS majors in the Colleges of Arts & Sciences and Engineering, and it has graduate programs for the degrees of Master of Engineering and Ph.D. The department is considered one of the top five CS departments in the U.S., with world-class research covering all of computer science.

The Department was organized in 1965 and is one of the oldest departments of its kind in the country. It has a full-time faculty of 40, approximately 120 resident Ph.D. graduate students, 100 M.Eng. students, and the undergraduate program graduates about 200 CS majors each year.

Faculty


F. B. Schneider, chair;  R. Agarwal, L. Alvisi, E. Andersen, Y. Artzi, G. Bailey, K. Bala, S. Belongie, D. Bindel, K. Birman, R. Brachman, A. Bracy, C. Cardie, M. Clarkson, R. L. Constable, D. Estrin, D. Fan, N. Foster, M. George, C. Gomes, D. Greenberg, D. Gries, J. Halpern, D. Hauagge, H.Hirsh, J. E. Hopcroft, D. Huttenlocher, T. Joachims, A. Juels, J. Kleinberg,  R. Kleinberg,  R. Knepper, D. Kozen, L. Lee,  S. Marschner, G. Morrisett, A. Myers, M. Naaman, R. Pass, T. Ristenpart, A. Sampson,  F. B. Schneider, B. Selman, E. Shi, V. Shmatikov, D. Shmoys, E.G. Sirer, N. Snavely, K. Sridharan, D. Steurer, E. Tardos, R. Tate, T. Teitelbaum, I. Trummer, C. Van Loan, H. Weatherspoon, K. Weinberger, W. White, R. Zabih.