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  • Success After Colgate Results
    Colgate Athletics Entrepreneurship Sustainability Admission Aid Admissions Overview Visit Colgate Tuition and Fees Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Distinctly Colgate Success After Colgate Success After Colgate Results Success After Colgate Greek Choose a Major Africana Latin American studies Art and art history Asian studies Astrogeophysics Astronomy physics Biochemistry Biology Chemistry Chinese Classical studies Classics Computer science Computer science mathematics Economics Educational studies English Environmental biology Environmental economics Environmental geography Environmental geology Environmental studies French Geography Geology German Greek History Humanities International relations Japanese Latin Mathematical economics Mathematics Molecular biology Music Native American studies Natural sciences Neuroscience Peace and conflict studies Philosophy Philosophy and religion Physical science Physics Political science Psychology Religion Russian and Eurasian Studies Social sciences Sociology and anthropology Spanish Theater Women s studies SUCCESS AFTER COLGATE RESULTS ALUMNI SPOTLIGHTS Associate Chemist Pfizer Inc 2000 graduate Speech Language Pathologist Centennial Medical Center 1999 graduate Attorney Litigator Winston Strawn LLP 1998 graduate Developmental

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  • Success After Colgate Results
    2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Distinctly Colgate Success After Colgate Success After Colgate Results Success After Colgate Latin Choose a Major Africana Latin American studies Art and art history Asian studies Astrogeophysics Astronomy physics Biochemistry Biology Chemistry Chinese Classical studies Classics Computer science Computer science mathematics Economics Educational studies English Environmental biology Environmental economics Environmental geography Environmental geology Environmental studies French Geography Geology German Greek History Humanities International relations Japanese Latin Mathematical economics Mathematics Molecular biology Music Native American studies Natural sciences Neuroscience Peace and conflict studies Philosophy Philosophy and religion Physical science Physics Political science Psychology Religion Russian and Eurasian Studies Social sciences Sociology and anthropology Spanish Theater Women s studies SUCCESS AFTER COLGATE RESULTS ALUMNI SPOTLIGHTS Assistant Professor of Classics St Joseph s University 1992 graduate Lecturer in Archaeology Classics Department Warwick University 2000 graduate Vice President Guild Associates Inc 1990 graduate Assistant Director Center for Jewish Living and Learning Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center of Huston 2000 graduate Senior Legal Analyst Lexis Nexis 1991 graduate Learning Support Assistant Belleville Primary School 2009 graduate Lead Trainer Children s Hospital Philadelphia 1994 graduate Patient Centered Care Specialist New York Presbyterian Hospital 2005 graduate Chairman Houston Digital Instruments 1969 graduate Special Assistant Office of the President Nature Conservancy 2002 graduate Director of Institutional Client Services TIAA CREF 1994 graduate Director GL Umbrella Underwriting Hartford The 2000 graduate Director of Web Applications Cafepress 1993 graduate Senior Credit Officer Vice President First Republic Bank 1980 graduate Resident Seattle Children s Hospital 1994 graduate Director Information Technology Care Cam Health Systems 1994 graduate Sales Wickes Lumber

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  • Highlights - Department of Computer Science - Colgate University
    In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Academics Departments and Programs Computer Science Highlights Menu Menu Computer Science Highlights As a department we re active both inside and outside the classroom Check out what we ve been up to recently Here is a selection of highlights from the department For a current listing of events activities and news visit the Computer Science department website Michael McConville 16 uses classroom code work for research into Bitcoin protocol Michael McConville 16 of Hingham Mass studied Bitcoin protocols as part of his summer research project READ MORE Eli Goberdon 16 brings to light techniques for lighting the stage and the screen Eli Goberdon 16 and Junghyun Seo 16 have been working with Professor Elodie Fourquet on a project to improve lighting in 3D environments READ MORE Lauren Yeary 15 Farah Fouladi 15 organize trip to NYC with other female computer science majors During midterm break Lauren Yeary 15 and Farah Fouladi 15 organized a tech trip to New York City with nine other female computer science majors who are members of the Women in Computer Science Club WiCS at Colgate READ MORE Lunchtime Party Marks the End of Term The last day of classes was marked with a lunchtime party for students and faculty Prof Mulry awarded Avi Das 12 and Roberto Segebre 12 with iPads in appreciation of their work in running the CS club over the past year Thanks to Jay Bauer 12 for taking the photos Academics Majors and Minors Departments and Programs Africana and Latin American Studies Art and Art History Asian Studies Biology Chemistry The Classics Computer Science Academic Program Course Offerings Faculty and Staff Highlights East Asian Languages and Literatures Economics

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  • Faculty and Staff - Computer Science Department - Colgate University
    OFFICES SERVICES Home Academics Departments and Programs Computer Science Faculty and Staff Menu Menu Faculty and Staff Computer Science Our faculty and staff are enthusiastic and accessible Please reach out with any questions or interests you have in our department Learn more about our university faculty and their accomplishments Elizabeth Liz Brackett Associate Professor of Computer Science Emerita ebrackett colgate edu Thomas Tom Brackett Professor of Computer Science Emeritus tbrackett colgate edu Valerie Cucura Laboratory Instructor and Systems Analyst in Computer Science 317 McGregory Hall P 315 228 6546 vcucura colgate edu Elodie Fourquet Assistant Professor of Computer Science 309 McGregory Hall P 315 228 6033 efourquet colgate edu Michael Hay Assistant Professor of Computer Science 303 McGregory Hall P 315 228 7650 mhay colgate edu Charlotte Jablonski Administrative Assistant 209A McGregory Hall P 315 228 7719 cjablonski colgate edu Matthew Matt Lyboult Laboratory Instructor in Computer Science 318 McGregory Hall P 315 228 7564 mlyboult colgate edu Philip Phil Mulry Professor of Computer Science 305 McGregory Hall P 315 228 7588 pmulry colgate edu Alexander Nakhimovsky Associate Professor and Director of Linguistics 105 Hascall Hall P 315 228 7586 adnakhimovsky colgate edu Christopher Chris Nevison Professor of Computer Science 304 McGregory Hall P 315 228 7589 cnevison colgate edu Vijay Ramachandran Associate Professor of Computer Science Chair Department of Computer Science 308 McGregory Hall P 315 228 7780 vramachandran colgate edu Joel Sommers Associate Professor of Computer Science 306 McGregory Hall P 315 228 7587 jsommers colgate edu John Stratton Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science 310 McGregory Hall P 315 228 6298 jstratton colgate edu Mary Mollie Tucker Laboratory Instructor in the Department of Computer Science Emerita mtucker colgate edu Academics Majors and Minors Departments and Programs Africana and Latin American Studies Art and Art History Asian Studies

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  • Academic Program - Department of Computer Science
    language Python Topics include program control data structures arrays classes and objects recursion inheritance and polymorphism data abstraction and modular design A weekly two hour laboratory provides the opportunity to develop programming and design skills The required credit bearing laboratory COSC 101L must be taken concurrently with COSC 101 This course or its equivalent is a prerequisite to the computer science major It is recommended also for students in other disciplines who desire a rigorous introduction to computers and programming 102 102L Introduction to Computing II Staff This course is a continuation of COSC 101 and is the first course in the major It develops advanced programming topics such as abstract data types and algorithms and their analysis Abstract data structures introduced include stacks queues lists and binary trees algorithms include search and sort procedures The concepts of information hiding data abstraction and modular design are emphasized Object oriented programming is used throughout the course Laboratories include the design and implementation of programs that illustrate the topics of the course There are three lectures and a two hour laboratory each week The required credit bearing laboratory COSC 102L must be taken concurrently with COSC 102 Prerequisite COSC 101 122 122L Introduction to Computer Graphics and Animation C Nevison This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of computer graphics animation and algorithms that are the basis for image processing The course also introduces a programming system that provides an object oriented approach with tools for animations of three dimensional graphics The course includes a weekly two hour laboratory where students gain practice in testing and implementing the concepts introduced in class No prior programming experience is required The required credit bearing laboratory COSC 122L must be taken concurrently with COSC 122 The course does not count toward the major 130 Measuring the Internet J Sommers This course introduces students to the principles and algorithms used in the everyday operation of the internet as well as concepts and practical problems in network and system security Students also examine the ethical social and political aspects of the technical topics raised in class To make concepts concrete students engage in collecting and analyzing data measured from internet paths and systems and examine how these concepts relate to contemporary experience No prior programming experience is necessary This course does not count toward the major Not open to students who completed CORE 147S The Underside of the Internet 140 Developing Web Applications J Sommers The goal of this course is to introduce students to how modern web applications are designed and created Through lecture discussion and programming assignments student learn programming constructs in Python including variables and types control flow objects and classes web front end technologies such as HTML and CSS and the Django web application framework In addition to core software engineering and design topics this course considers issues related to accessibility sensitivity to culture and locale and security and privacy No prior programming experience is required This course does not count toward the major 150 Contemporary Issues in Computer Science P Mulry V Ramachandran This course provides an introduction to contemporary concepts models and issues in computer science Topics are chosen from the nature of computation algorithms and their applications data centers and cloud computing software engineering logic and system design programming languages security big data and data mining mobile computing and others These topics relate to contemporary experience by examining issues such as privacy software reliability information access politics and social networks e commerce electronic piracy globalization hacking ownership of bits copyright and patent infringement Class format includes lecture class discussion contributions to a class blog student projects and presentations The course does not count toward the major and is crosslisted as CORE 142S 201 201L Computer Organization C Nevison This course is a study of the fundamental concepts of computer architecture Topics include the representation of information components of the computer and how they interact microarchitecture and microprogramming conventional machine and assembly language and advanced architectures Several types of computer design are reviewed a RISC architecture is the subject of detailed study The laboratory is used to examine how different components of a computer s architecture can affect its performance Three lectures and a two hour laboratory each week The required credit bearing laboratory COSC 201L must be taken concurrently with COSC 201 Prerequisite COSC 101 Offered in the fall only 290 290L Discrete Structures P Mulry This course introduces discrete computational structures methods and concepts utilized throughout computer science Topics include types relations functions equivalence and congruence relations recursion order relations partially ordered sets lattices Boolean algebras logic semi groups monoids morphisms languages graphs trees and finite state machines Concrete and abstract data types circuits syntactic and semantic program structures provide standard motivating examples and applications The required credit bearing laboratory COSC 290L must be taken concurrently with COSC 290 Prerequisite COSC 102 301 301L Operating Systems J Sommers This course introduces students to the study of operating systems Topics include the hardware software interface scheduling resource allocation memory and storage management the scope and nature of services provided to applications and system performance evaluation The required credit bearing laboratory COSC 301L must be taken concurrently with COSC 301 Previous completion of COSC 201 is strongly recommended 302 302L Analysis of Algorithms V Ramachandran This course provides a conceptual framework within which both theoretical and concrete analyses of computer algorithms may be developed Topics to be covered include number theoretic algorithms graph algorithms problem solving techniques including divide and conquer greedy algorithms and dynamic programming linear programming and intractability The required credit bearing laboratory COSC 302L must be taken concurrently with COSC 302 Pre or co requisite COSC 290 or permission of instructor 304 304L Theory of Computing P Mulry This course introduces the different models of computation and focuses attention on the relative strength of each model and the relationship of one model to another Concepts introduced include type theory finite automata regular expressions and languages context free

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  • Success After Colgate Results
    Social sciences Sociology and anthropology Spanish Theater Women s studies SUCCESS AFTER COLGATE RESULTS ALUMNI SPOTLIGHTS Senior Technical Architect AT T Foundation 1984 graduate Software Engineer Verizon Corporation 1995 graduate Web Developer Hertz Car Rental 2000 graduate Software Engineer ZocDoc 2011 graduate Community Urban Planner Ministry of Planning and Sustainable Development 2010 graduate PhD Candidate Computer Science University of Rochester 2011 graduate Senior Computer Programmer Intel Corporation 1991 graduate Chief Technology Officer AltSchool 1992 graduate Consumer Finance General Electric Company 1998 graduate Director of Alliances Oracle Corporation 1983 graduate Executive Recruiter Specializing in Finance Accounting FPC of Hinsdale 2002 graduate Chief Scientist Information Systems Engineering Johns Hopkins University 1988 graduate Director of Computer Application CACI International 1989 graduate Director PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP 2003 graduate Software Engineer Cogo Labs 2012 graduate Director of Information Technology Hartford Insurance Group 1982 graduate Cardiologist Sibley Heart Center Cardiology 1992 graduate Information Systems Engineer Vanguard Group Inc 2006 graduate Head of Marketing Product Management NextPrinciples 1988 graduate Worldwide E Learning Systems Architect IBM Corporation 1994 graduate Software Architect UnitedHealth Group Inc 2000 graduate Senior Vice President Chief Information Officer Berkshire Hathaway Inc 1985 graduate Computer Surveillance Systems Networking Rochester Institute of Technology 2007 graduate Associate Software Engineer CNET com 1999 graduate Senior Sales Engineer Innotas 2004 graduate Systems Manager Procter Gamble Company 1993 graduate Software Engineer IBM Corporation 1980 graduate Test Manager Expedia Inc 2001 graduate Project Coordinator Research and Investment Data Grantham Mayo Van Otterloo LLC 2010 graduate Application Engineer Nike USA Inc 2010 graduate Senior Software Developer OpenLink Financial Inc 2004 graduate System Test Engineer Juniper Networks 1997 graduate Filmmaker Self employed 2007 graduate Manager Customer Assurance Program Cisco Systems Inc 1993 graduate Software Engineer Veracode Inc 1981 graduate Software Engineer Dynamics Research Corporation 2000 graduate Software Developer Wireless Generation 2011 graduate Principal Valermar

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  • Success After Colgate Results
    Entrepreneurship Sustainability Admission Aid Admissions Overview Visit Colgate Tuition and Fees Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Distinctly Colgate Success After Colgate Success After Colgate Results Success After Colgate Computer science mathematics Choose a Major Africana Latin American studies Art and art history Asian studies Astrogeophysics Astronomy physics Biochemistry Biology Chemistry Chinese Classical studies Classics Computer science Computer science mathematics Economics Educational studies English Environmental biology Environmental economics Environmental geography Environmental geology Environmental studies French Geography Geology German Greek History Humanities International relations Japanese Latin Mathematical economics Mathematics Molecular biology Music Native American studies Natural sciences Neuroscience Peace and conflict studies Philosophy Philosophy and religion Physical science Physics Political science Psychology Religion Russian and Eurasian Studies Social sciences Sociology and anthropology Spanish Theater Women s studies SUCCESS AFTER COLGATE RESULTS ALUMNI SPOTLIGHTS Director of IT Radiology Brigham Women s Hospital 1988 graduate Consultant Computer Sciences Corp 1999 graduate Teacher First Grade Lincoln Ave Elementary

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  • Vijay Ramachandran - Colgate University - Faculty Directory
    Vijay Ramachandran Associate Professor of Computer Science Chair Department of Computer Science Computer Science 308 McGregory Hall p 315 228 7780 vramachandran colgate edu Office Hours Tuesdays and Thursdays 2 45 4 15pm or by appointment Degree PhD 2005 MPhil 2003 MS 2001 in computer science Yale University AB 2000 in mathematics Princeton University Professional Experience Visiting researcher at DIMACS Rutgers University New Brunswick NJ Postdoc at DIMACS Stevens Institute of Technology Hoboken NJ Postdoc at International Computer Science Institute ICSI Berkeley CA Distinctions Department of Defense NDSEG Fellowship 2001 2004 CT InfoTech Scholarship 2001 NSF Graduate Fellowship Honorable Mention 2001 1st place winner AT T Student Research Day 1999 External funding Grants awarded for research Mitigating Exploits of the Current Interdomain Routing Infrastructure NSF 2007 2011 Nettle Automated Configuration from High Level Specifications DARPA 2007 2010 Transformational IP Routing for Navy Afloat Networks ONR 2008 2011 Tactical Edge Interdomain Routing Protocol Development ASD R E funded collaboration with MIT Lincoln Laboratory 2012 2013 Interests Algorithmic foundations of the Internet specifically applied to routing protocols design and analysis of network management and configuration methods Publications Selected publications are listed below For a complete list and links to abstracts complete citations and papers for download if available please click here A Survey of Tactically Suitable Exterior Gateway Protocols MILCOM 2013 The Design Space of Probing Algorithms for Network Performance Measurement SIGMETRICS 2013 Pathsift A Library for Separating the Effects of Topology Policy and Protocols on IP Routing SIMUTools 2012 Incentive Compatible Interdomain Routing Distributed Computing 23 5 6 2011 The Impact of Communication Models on Routing Algorithm Convergence ICDCS 2009 Rationality and Traffic Attraction Incentives for Honest Path Announcements in BGP SIGCOMM 2008 Resolving Inter Domain Policy Disputes SIGCOMM 2007 Robust Path Vector Routing Despite Inconsistent Preferences ICNP 2006 Relating Two

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