[HCS] CS and Engineering Newsletter

Dianne Lee diannelee at college.harvard.edu
Sun Oct 15 20:07:22 EDT 2017


Harvard Computer Science
+ Engineering Newsletter

 talks.  events.  food.
*Monday 10/16*
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 *Center for Research on Computation and Society*
Beyond the Buzz: impactful data science and machine learning at BuzzFeed
<https://www.seas.harvard.edu/calendar/event/104501>
Gilad Lotan - BuzzFeed
11:30 am to 1:00 pm | Maxwell Dworkin 119

* Trick or SEAS BBQ*
RSVP here <http://bit.ly/2yhTnCi>


*Thursday 10/19*
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* CS Donut Social*
*Donut Worry, Be Happy with Union Square Donuts!*
3:30 - 4:00 pm in Maxwell Dworkin 2nd floor lounge

 *Computer Science Colloquium Series*
Directions in Hybrid Intelligence: Discovering Blind Spots of AI
<https://www.seas.harvard.edu/calendar/event/104026>
Ece Kamar - Microsoft Research
4:00 pm to 5:15 pm | Maxwell Dworkin G115


*Friday 10/20*
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* HCES Friday Lunch*
12:30 to 1:30 pm | Pierce Basement Lobby

* IACS Seminar Series*
Theory Methods to Describe Transport and Dynamics in Quantum Materials
<https://www.seas.harvard.edu/calendar/event/102801>
Prineha Narang - Harvard SEAS
12:30 pm to 2:00 pm | Harvard SEAS, Maxwell Dworkin G115

* Electrical Engineering Seminar Series*
Graph Signal Processing: Stationary Graph Signals and Topology Inference
<https://www.seas.harvard.edu/calendar/event/105191>
Alejandro Ribeiro - University of Pennsylvania
3:00 pm to 4:00 pm | Maxwell Dworkin G125

* HCS Google Tour*
3 pm to 3:45 | More information on where to meet once you sign up!
Sign up here <https://goo.gl/forms/4ppfUZzQM4FIliPM2>

* R2-Beer-2*
11:30 pm | Mather JCR
Party with HURC, HCES, HCS, and WiCS!
**Alcoholic beverages 21+. Non-alcoholic beverages will be served. *
Puzzle Box:

After the recent BrainBashers snail racing contest, the four contestants
were congratulating each other.

   - Only one snail wore the same number as the position it finished in.
   - Alfred's snail wasn't painted yellow nor blue, and the snail who wore
   3, which was painted red, beat the snail who came in third.
   - Arthur's snail beat Anne's snail, whereas Alice's snail beat the snail
   who wore 1.
   - The snail painted green, Alice's, came second and the snail painted
   blue wore number 4.
   - Anne's snail wore number 1.

Can you work out whose snail finished where, its number and the color it
was painted?

Solution here <https://www.brainbashers.com/showpuzzles.asp?puzzle=ZINR>.
Contact Information:

*Harvard Computer Society*


<hcs-board at hcs.harvard.edu>     <https://www.facebook.com/Harvard.HCS/>
<https://www.hcs.harvard.edu/>

*Harvard College Engineering Society*


<hcesengineers at gmail.com>     <http://hces.seas.harvard.edu/>

*SEAS Career Development*


<musupova at seas.harvard.edu>
<https://www.seas.harvard.edu/career-development>
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HCS Director of Communications *Dianne Lee* '20
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