Colloquium & Events

The Computer Science Colloquium is a series of weekly public guest lectures on cutting-edge topics related to computer science. Talks by distinguished members of the computer science community are on Thursdays at noon in Salazar Hall, Room 2016.

SSU campus maps are available. A parking permit is required to park on campus, and is available for $5 at machines in the parking lots. Talks are otherwise free.

Many students attend the series to gain an understanding of what it means to be a computer scientist and many establish valuable connections through the informal meetings with the speakers. The colloquium may be taken for credit (CS 390, 1 unit) and can be applied toward the computer science major (up to 3 units).

Below are the current and past archived programs of the series. Many of the talks have been videotaped and are available through YouTube.

View Previous Colloquium Programs

Previous Colloquium Programs