50 Years of Computer Science at Indiana University
The Department of Computer Science celebrates 50 years of computing at Indiana University in 2018. During this half century, Computer science at IU has built a reputation as a hotbed of innovation and has become a leader in a field that is shaping tomorrow. The work being conducted at IU will help lead the technological revolution to places not yet imagined. We continue to pursue those developments every day.
Join us as we celebrate our first 50 years, which set the table for what is to come, as well as a brand-new home in Luddy Hall.
April 9-13, 2018
Join SICE for LuddyFest, a week-long celebration of the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering’s new home, Luddy Hall. The week is highlighted by featured events including a keynote address from CS alumnus and LVMH Chief Digital Officer Ian Rogers and a presentation from Sanford University Music and Computer Science Professor and Designer Ge Wang on the Humanist Engineer.
LuddyFest Research Horizons
April 12-13, 2018
Join SICE for LuddyFest Research Horizons—an opportunity to celebrate 50 years of computer science at Indiana University and to learn about the innovative research that stems from its rich history. Meet our faculty, leadership, and other members of the global community to celebrate both traditions and the future.
Computer Science Alumni Reception
April 13, 2018
We are pleased to host a reception for all computer science alumni during the all school picnic at 3 p.m. Contact Benita Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.