Off to GHC17: Three PhD Candidates Earn Grace Hopper Scholarships

The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (GHC17) is perhaps the world’s largest computing event for women. But alas, what would this prestigious event be without a Stony Brook Seawolf in attendance?

Thanks to scholarships from the Anita Borg Institute, three doctoral candidates from the Department of Computer Science (CS) will be at GHC17 in October, representing Stony Brook University along with another eight students supported with department funding.

3D Collaborations Build New Worlds for Musicians

 

In 2017, Stony Brook graduate student and ethnomusicologist Jay Loomis and assistant professor of computer science Roy Shilkrot teamed up to secure a grant to create 3D printed replicas of ancient wind instruments.

The goal? To give museum-goers an opportunity to interact with rare instruments rather than merely viewing them through a glass enclosure.

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