Computer Science Study Abroad in Budapest, Friday, Oct. 5, Noon-1 p.m., Global Studies Center, Wright Hall
David Szeszler, Professor of Combinatorial Optimization, AIT Budapest, will discuss the Computer Science Study Abroad in Budapest in the Global Studies Center on Friday, Oct. 5. The AIT program includes first-rate faculty such as Erno Rubik (inventor of the Rubik's Cube and recent recipient of the U.S. Outstanding Contributions to Science Education Award), an innovative curriculum including courses such as "Computer Vision for Digital Film Post-production," and a guest lecture series that brings prominent speakers to campus. Pizza and refreshments will be served.