CRCS has (paid) research opportunities available for undergraduate students interested in computational research that serves public interest. The different positions listed in the link below have differing skill requirements, although most of them require some programming and data analysis expertise.
We are looking for student who are eager to participate in term-time research alongside faculty or postdoctoral fellows, for up to 15 hours per week. We will provide skill-building workshops twice a month (and we’ll feed you!). We will schedule these to accommodate student...
I am delighted to present you with our first ever annual report. When I became director of CRCS in 2015, I looked forward to connecting CRCS to the greater Harvard community. I’m happy to report that we’ve made great strides in that direction and that more remains to be done.
We continue our close, cooperative relationship with the Berkman Klein center, whose...
Faculty Director Margo Seltzer, postdoc Thomas Paquier, and graduate student Xueyuan Han have co-authored a paper on fault-detection through runtime analyis of provenance:
Xueyuan Han, Thomas Pasquier, Tanvi Ranjan, Mark Goldstein, and Margo Seltzer. 2017. "FRAPpuccino: Fault-Detection through Runtime Analysis of Provenance." 9th USENIX Workshop on Hot Topics in Cloud Computing (HotCloud 17).
Han will present the paper at the 9th Usenix Workshop on Hot Topics in Cloud Computing on July 10 - 11 in Santa Clara, CA.
lilyxu0Excited to organize the @HCRCS Social Impact Seminar Series with @kaiwang_gua and Hila Bernstein!
We have a great lineup of speakers discussing methods + deployment of AI for ecological forecasting, COVID testing, public policy, voting, and more.
Mondays @ 11am ET
begins Feb 7 t.co/9zkrpjEAl2
HCRCSThe @HCRCS Spring 2022 Social Impact seminar series begins February 7th and will take place virtually on Mondays at 11 am this semester.
Look for our announcement of speakers later this month! In the meantime, you can register here: t.co/68bNS4AR7h.