Feb 21, 2024  
2023-2024 Catalog 
  
2023-2024 Catalog

Computer Science


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Faculty

Greg Anderson
Machine learning, formal verification, and program analysis and synthesis.

Erica Blum
Cryptography and security, consensus algorithms.

James D. Fix
Parallel algorithms and programming language theory. On sabbatical 2023-24.

Eitan Frachtenberg
High-performance computer systems.

Adam Groce
Cryptography and private data analysis.

Charles McGuffey
Algorithms, memory management, and emerging technologies.

Curriculum

Reed offers a Computer Science  major, a standing Mathematics/Computer Science  interdisciplinary major, and a Computer Science Minor . The CSCI 121 - Computer Science Fundamentals I  and CSCI 221 - Computer Science Fundamentals II  courses introduce students to the discipline, each providing a significant foundation in programming and each preparing students for the core coursework in algorithms, theory of computation, and computing systems. These core courses lead to a variety of subdisciplines of computer science, surveyed in upper-level elective courses. Students are also expected to take several mathematics courses. Computer science is a very mathematical discipline and this skill in mathematics is used throughout the curriculum.

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