Organized by the Institute for Applied Computational Science at Harvard's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, ComputeFest offers an annual two week program of knowledge- and skill-building activities in computational science and engineering and culminates in a day-long symposium on privacy. This year's symposium, entitled "Privacy in a Networked World," is organized with the Center for Research on Computation and Society and will feature a live video conversation with Edward Snowden and Bruce Schneier of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society.
Friday, January 23
Privacy in a Networked World: 4th annual symposium on the future of computation in science and engineering
Monday, January 12 - Friday, January 16
Learn computational skills such as R, Amazon AWS, deep learning, Vowpal Wabbit, Mathematica, and more in a hands-on format with expert instructors.
Tuesday, January 20 - Thursday, January 22
Harvard students compete head to head in a challenge designed to test their programming, mathematical, and strategic skills!
Prizes include: Beats by Dre headphones (first place) at Fitbits (runner up)