• Red Bull Hack the Hits Selects Pitt CS Students Ritwik Gupta and Laurence Putterman to Compete!!

    Pitt Computer Science students Ritwik Gupta and Laurence Putterman are part of one of only 7 teams chosen around the nation to compete in Red Bull's musical hackathon called Hack the Hits this weekend in San Francisco, California! Learn more about the hackathon and their team at http://redbullhackthehits.com! They are really excited to represent Pitt CS at the hackathon!! Wish them Luck!

    Pitt Computer Science students Ritwik Gupta and Laurence Putterman are part of one of only 7 teams chosen around the nation to compete in Red Bull's musical hackathon called Hack the Hits this weekend in San Francisco, California! Learn more about the hackathon and their team at http://redbullhackthehits.com! They are really excited to represent Pitt CS at the hackathon!! Wish them Luck!

  • Mohamed Aly, CS Ph.D. Alumni, featured in Forbes Magazine

    Mohamed Aly, under the advising of Panos Chrysanthis and Kirk Pruhs, received his Ph.D. in 2009. In 2011, he founded his own start-up called Seeloz. Read the full Forbes article here

    Mohamed Aly, under the advising of Panos Chrysanthis and Kirk Pruhs, received his Ph.D. in 2009. In 2011, he founded his own start-up called Seeloz.
    Read the full Forbes article here

  • Pitt CS Department's Hackathons Highlighted in Pitt News!

    With SheInnovates and SteelHacks concluding successfully, the Pitt News highlighted the events and focused on the increased efforts to build diversity in the STEM fields, specifically computer science. Read the full article here: http://pittnews.com/article/68838/news/coding-for-confidence/

    With SheInnovates and SteelHacks concluding successfully, the Pitt News highlighted the events and focused on the increased efforts to build diversity in the STEM fields, specifically computer science. Read the full article here:

    http://pittnews.com/article/68838/news/coding-for-confidence/

  • Pitt CS Student on Jeopardy for Championship!!

    Pitt undergrad senior Sarah Dubnik, a Computer Science and Chemistry major, has advanced to the finals of the Collegiate Jeopardy tournament. Sarah will compete for the National Championship on WPXI television (channel 11) this evening at 7PM. Congrats to Sarah!!!

    Pitt undergrad senior Sarah Dubnik, a Computer Science and Chemistry major, has advanced to the finals of the Collegiate Jeopardy tournament. Sarah will compete for the National Championship on WPXI television (channel 11) this evening at 7PM. Congrats to Sarah!!!