Professor Kobbi Nissim is awarded the 2017 Godel Prize
Ophir Frieder has been inducted into the European academy of science and arts
Georgetown's Department of Computer Science consists of twenty three full-time faculty working in the areas of algorithms, artificial intelligence, bioinformatics, computer and network security, communication complexity, cryptography, database systems, data mining, distributed algorithms, distributed systems, human-computer interaction, information assurance, information retrieval, machine learning, natural language processing, networking, non-standard parallel computing, parallel algorithms, theory, and visual analytics.
We are a small department, which provides both undergraduate and graduate students considerable opportunities for interaction with the faculty through independent study and in faculty research. We take great pride in our students, teaching, and research. We also have an active CS&E club, programming team, and CS Women's group.