An incubator in a university setting, the Hariri Institute for Computing initiates, catalyzes, and propels transformative computational and data-driven research and training initiatives across the landscape of academic disciplines for a better society.
DSI and CS host joint colloquium on Friday February 24, 2017. Jana Giceva is a PhD student in the Department of Computer Science at ETH Zurich, supervised by Gustavo Alonso and co-advised by Timothy Roscoe. Read More
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The Hariri Institute for Computing is pleased to bring to the attention of BU faculty the Spring 2017 Call for the following three programs: Hariri Institute Research Awards Program; Hariri Junior Faculty Fellows Program; Hariri Graduate Student Fellows Program for Continuing PhD candidates. Deadline for proposals and nominations for all programs: Friday, March 31, 2017, 5pm. Read More
BU Spark! is an initiative for student-centered entrepreneurship and innovation in computing led by Ziba Cranmer. As BU Spark! Director, "Cranmer’s tasks include Creating a supportive community for student innovators and developing programs and activities to serve their needs and raise the visibility of student entrepreneurship at BU." BU Today spoke with Cranmer to discuss her extensive leadership background in fostering innovation and her future goals for BU Spark! Read More
Thursday, February 16, 2017, 5:00 - 6:15 pm; Hariri Institute for Computing, Seminar Room. Please join the Hariri Institute for Computing and Software & Application Innovation Lab (SAIL) for an introductory workshop on multi-party computation. Read More