Many of these podcasts are also available on Youtube.
- Dr. Brian Kernighan presents "Computer Science and the Digital Humanities" (February 2017)
- Dr. Zvi Galil presents "Georgia Tech's Online MOOC-based Master Program" (February 2017)
- Video from the DCS Graduation Ceremonies of 2014 (not including images of the graduates of the graduates receiving their diploma, which have yet to arrive from the photographers. But including "the walk in", "the talk" (by Dr. Nguyen), "the walk out", and "the happy time." The 'diploma' part will be added when those images are available.) (May 2014)
- Dr. Lance Fortnow of the Georgia Institute of Technology presents Bounding Rationality by Computational Complexity (November 2013) - mp4, mp4 (with cc), slides.
- Dr. Dan Garcia of UC Berkeley presents The Beauty and Joy of Computing (bjc), Advanced-Placement CS Principles, and the CS 10K Effort, a follow-on to his earlier talk on the High School Computing Landscape (January 2012)
- Handouts, from three different pdfs , , 
- Dr. Garcia's talk, audio-only (mp3)
- Dr. Garcia's talk, slides synchronized with audio, 640x480, or 320x240.
- Questions and Answers after Dr. Garcia's talk 640x480, or 320x240.
- Dr. Garcia's talk, slides synchronized, closed-captioned.
- Dr. Daniel A. Spielman presents Algorithms, Graph Theory, and the Solution of Laplacian Linear Equations (December 2011)
- Dr. David J. Farber presents The Technical and Political Evolution of the Internet -- A Personal Perspective (December 2011)
- Dr. Mark Guzdial of Georgia Tech presents Technology for Teaching the Majority about Computer Science (October 18, 2011)
- Rutgers Hosted the Greater NY Regional ACM Programming Contest in October of 2010. The event was a great success, with 48 student teams trying to solve computing problems as quickly as possible (in the five hours of the contest) -- the winner going on to the Internationals in March.
- On March 26, 2011, over 100 programmers turned up at Rutgers' Hill Center for a 24-hour programming frenzy in search of actualizations of clever ideas and data manipulation. More info on HackRU can be found here.
- Technical Lectures
- Internet2: Internet Technology for Instruction
On March 21, 2007, a symposium on how technology is becoming a more pervasive and critical component within the arts, humanities, and social sciences was held in New Brunswick, Newark, and Camden You can view the agenda and slides here, and download and view video and audio podcasts in itunes-u
- Spam and Email in Computer Science
A December 5, 2006 presentation by Hanz Makmur of LCSR describing our response to the tsunami of spam. You can view any of the talks in a variety of formats, including podcasts. (These presentations produced by LCSR).
- Internet2: Internet Technology for Research
On April 4, 2006, a symposium on the impact of national directions in cyberinfrastructure was held in New Brunswick, Newark, Camden, and Washington DC. You can view any of the talks in a variety of formats, including lecture123 and podcasts. (These presentations produced by LCSR).
- Other Lectures
Open Houses - lectures from DCS Open Houses
Open House 2004
Division of Computer and Information Sciences Open House: Schedule, audio and pictures
1996 Open House (with Audio)
- Presentation of honors to graduating seniors, May 2010.
- Presentation of honors to graduating seniors, May 2009.
- Presentation of honors to graduating seniors, May 2008.
- Presentation of honors to graduating seniors, May 2007.
- In 2003, the Undergraduate Student Alliance of Computer Scientists hosted a panel discussion on Academic Integrity.
History of Computing - Video Files of Interest
Here are links to various video files of interest in the history of computer science. If links go bad (because some are linked to youtube, and may go stale), please send mail to help AT cs.rutgers.edu.
- In 1968, Doug Engbard at SRI presented one of the most important -- for computer interaction -- demonstrations ever. In it, he and his associates presented the first example of a computer mouse, AND the first example of a 'chord' keyboard. Mice revolutionized computer interaction (a decade or so later), and we have yet to integrate chord keyboards (so they are presented at least 40 years ahead of their time.) This link will take you to one of several versions of the talk, or if you want, you can jump right to the best one.
- An early-1950's promotional film by Remington-Rand for their revolutionay computer (at the time), Univac
- Another promotional film, this time from 1960 about Univac
- A mid-1960s USAF promotional film on the SAGE (Semi-Automatic Ground Environment) communications/computing system
- A promotional film made by IBM UK in 1965 -- "Man and Computer.
- a 1990 promotional film, How Computers Work - Journey into the walk-through computer.
- A 2002 talk by Steve Wozniac on the history of Apple
- A short introduction to Charles Babbage, and his famous mechanical 'difference engine'.
- A 1999 discussion of Babbage's Engine
- Another (2008) discussion of the Engine
- Endgame -- an overview of the history of computer chess.
- A 2005 discusion of computer animation in entertainment, Pixar - A human story of Computer Animation
- A 2005 panel discussion, From Gutenberg to Galaxy -- accessing cultural assets online.
- A 2005 discussion of the 40th Anniversary of Moore's Law.
- Recording of a 2006 talk celebrating Seymour Cray and his revolutionary first supercomputer
- A 2006 talk about the prehistory of Silicon Valley, The Rise of Silicon Valley, from Shockley Labs to Fairchild
- A 2006 discussion of the GRiD Compass, the first laptop, introduced in 1982.
- A 2006 discussion of the evolution of social computing.
- an evening with Robert Brunner and Jerry Manock, apple industrial designers in 2007.
- A 2007 presentation on the computers before electrical or electronic computers -- the human computing banks, "When Computers Were Human"
- A 2007 talk on the 25th anniversary of the Commodore 64, a personal computer (and a company) that is long gone but quite influential in home computing and television.
- A 2007 talk by Peter J. Denning - Great Principals of Computing
- a 2007 talk concerning the IBM 360 revolution. Computing can really be thought of divided several ways, including a divide before and after the IBM 360.
- Another (2007) talk on Fairchild, The Legasy of Fairchild Semiconductor
- A 2008 talk about the rise of Silicon Valley as a computing center, appropriately titled The Secret History of Silicon Valley
- A 2008 interview with Jean Jennings Bartik, on of the first programmers of ENIAC
- A 2003 discussion of Game Design with Will Wright, designer of SimCity.
- A 2004 discussion on Computer Graphics in Games, with Wright, and Rand Miller, designer of Myst.
- A 2008 discussion of the 40th anniversary of the DynaBook, including Alan Kay. Please forgive the superfluous political posturing at the beginning.
- A 2008 interview with Gordon Moore (as in "Moore's Law").
- A 2008 discussion of the role of intellectal property in the digital economy, with Lawrence Lessig.
Events available via podcasts, or realmedia presentations. Pages engineered by Charles McGrew