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Computer Science & Engineering student Dave Call and instructor Eric Karl working with newly donated equipment valued at around $500,000.

this is how the computer class at school 922 looks like this is a typical school of the 65-426 series airplane schools of the 65-426 series are 3-storey with variable number of floors these schools consist of two wings connected by a passage and these schools are popularly called airplanes because of their similarity to an aircraft Number of floors - 3 Years of construction - 1963-1995 Cities of distribution - Moscow, Moscow region, Vesyegonsk, Vyazma, Yoshkar-Ola, Konakovo, Lyantor, Nefteyugansk, Nizhnevartovsk, Tynda, Ust-Dzheguta, Ugra, Yaroslavl



Tried out some new stuff on this one and it turned out pretty good.

In 1983, I went to work in the Computer department at Sam Houston State University. For the next 27 years, I was involved with computer scientists (in the tiny photo on the left) day in and out. After starting in the field with punch cards, it is mind boggling to look back at the changes. These mementos were in the scrapbook my staff made for me when I retired.


odc: science

The staircase which was the inspiration for the Scala logo.

Behind the scenes:


Three flashes were used:

1x Nikon SB-910 directly in front of the laptop (85mm, power 1/32, full cto)

1x Nikon SB-910 resting on the laptop's keyboard (24mm, power 1/2, full cto)

1x Elinchrom ELB-400 w/Action head, below the lower right corner, pointing straight up (power 3.0)


The flashes were all triggered using a Phottix Odin transmitter and receivers.


Two fog machines were used as well, but only one actually worked for this shot. It was placed on the floor, to the right of the subject.

Nick Walker is a Dean’s Honored Graduate in Computer Science. He is graduating with an Honors B.S.A. in Computer Science, an Evidence and Inquiry Certificate and a Digital Arts and Media Bridging Disciplines Program Certificate. He is a student in the Polymathic Scholars Honors program. He is being recognized for his excellence in research and his thesis “An Interaction Perspective on Learning for Domestic Service Robots.”


As a student and researcher in the Autonomous Intelligent Robotics stream of the Freshman Research Initiative, Nick worked on systems and algorithms to create service robots that are useful for everyday tasks, such as fetching items or delivering messages. Nick continued his research in the lab of Dr. Justin Hart where he went on to coauthor two published peer-reviewed articles and two additional articles in preparation. He also completed graduate-level coursework in human-robot interaction, robot learning and reinforcement learning and served on UT’s RoboCup@Home team, which competes at international contests by programming robots to complete housekeeping tasks.


In addition to his research, Nick served as an FRI mentor in the Autonomous Intelligent Robotics stream and as an officer in the Mobile App Development student organization. Nick has held the Angus G. and Erna H. Pearson Endowed Undergraduate Scholarship, a Texas Institute for Discovery Education in Science Fellowship and an Undergraduate Research Fellowship. Nick also plays in small string ensembles with other students in the Engineering Chamber Orchestra. After graduation, Nick will pursue a Ph.D. in computer science at the University of Washington.

At Princeton University. It was built over 30 years ago and still nobody has given money to name it.

At Princeton University. It was built over 30 years ago and still nobody has given money to name it.

Engineering and Computer Science Library, University of Toronto


The fastest computer in Poland - Zeus.

Students attend the YU Hackathon, a 24-hour event focused on technology, computer science, and engineering. The event was officially called Reinvent YU.

Students attend the YU Hackathon, a 24-hour event focused on technology, computer science, and engineering. The event was officially called Reinvent YU.

Students attend the YU Hackathon, a 24-hour event focused on technology, computer science, and engineering. The event was officially called Reinvent YU.

Students attend the YU Hackathon, a 24-hour event focused on technology, computer science, and engineering. The event was officially called Reinvent YU.

People who work on polish wordnet.

Computer Science at Kingswood.

Computer Science at Kingswood.

Female hands writing on a white computer keyboard. White background.

inscriptions on the wall of a former classroom of an abandoned boarding school along the road from Bayamo to Las Tunas in eastern Cuba


Body: Lara by Maitreya

Head: Uma by Catwa

Head Applier: Dulcet new from L'Etre

Skin Tone: Cotton from L'Etre

Shape: Dulcet new from L'Etre

Lipstick: Dulcet #6 new from L'Etre

Highlighter: Dulcet #1 new from L'Etre

Hair: Lawrence newish from DOUX

Bra and Panties: Maggie new from MMC @ Suicide Dollz

Rings: Lucia new from elise @ eBENTO

Bracelets: Elsa new from Supernatural @ eBENTO

Pose and Laptop: Without You new from Luanes World @ The Liaison Collaborative


Simply, "is my life . . .♥


نحنُ أمةٌ لا تقرأ .. وحسبْ ، نحن أمةٌ تقرأ وتكتبْ وتنتج !

=) ..


بالمناسبه :

يوماً ما .. قالَ أبي :

في أيَ قُطرٍعربي

إن أعلنَ الذكيُ عن ذكائه ِ

فهو غبي !

This needs an explanation... our scientific library (computer science) has been suppressed (a political decision, somehow it was supposed to be too expensive).


This was the place of the numerical analysis (math) books.

It is now replaced by useless (seems so) communication books for the institute (may be too much have been printed)...


note that this book (code source) is interesting but it did not replace a linear algebra textbook...


give us back our library !


Week 27: Artistic Communication


<- Communication book

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I don't often take pictures of my MOCs and upload them on the Internet but I thought I would do it for my current work in progress.


It has been a long time I wanted to build a science lab. Last week I decided to finally start making something out of the white bricks I have collected over the last months. Although I had in mind a few examples of science lab MOCs I found on the Internet I quickly realized that was not as easy as I thought. After a few tries I ended up building the science lab I know best: the one in which I work. I have been rather surprised how easily I was able to design to a rather accurate scale a place I know so well.


Up to now there is only walls, a board and desks but soon I will eventually add furniture and more computer science researchers to help the poor computer geek feeling alone in this big office.

It's boring, dude.


In Explore for December 22, 2005.

Alternative shot for the READ International Naked Calendar 2012.


Strobist Info:

Bowens heads either side of camera bounced in medium umbrellas.

My brain did this to me on breaks between tasks. So I did this to the computer. A hoity-toity robot talks about this at


This video by Tek Domain gives you insight about Computer science vs Computer engineering -- Which is Right for you ? We are a community of tech pros sharing our experiences in the tech world, the successes and failures.



Shot with: Contax G1 and Contax 45mm lens on Kentmere 400 ISO film. Self-developed in Kodak D76.

“I was nineteen. The violence started when I was pregnant with his son. The first couple of instances I let it slide. I made excuses, thinking it wasn’t his fault and he wouldn’t do it again. He said he would get help and he’d go off for a bit. But he’d go have a drink somewhere and turn violent. He was like Jekyll and Hyde. He’d switch into this angry, violent person and then he’d apologise for what he’d done. He was very good at convincing people he was a nice person. He had me believing it was all my fault. I was a confident, outgoing person before I met him. But his behaviour made me go into myself. I became quiet and suffered PTSD.


After I moved away and started anew, I wanted to make something of myself. It motivated me and I went onto complete a computer science degree. I’m all the stronger for coming through all that. I never thought I was. You can throw anything at me now and I’ll deal with it. I’m still fighting legal battles to protect my son from him, but I believe I’ve been through the most difficult situations I ever could.”

Student working in a computer science software engineering class at Lower Columbia College.

Computer science students from all over europe surfing the web at the airport to get new information about the london bombings.

As the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory builds the next generation of powerful instruments for groundbreaking research in X-ray science, astronomy and other fields, its Computer Science Division is preparing for the onslaught of data these instruments will produce. Pictured here are the members of SLAC’s Computer Science Division, as of the start of 2018. From left: Alex Aiken, Elliott Slaughter and Alan Heirich.


Read a Q&A with Heirich and Slaughter:


Photo credit: Dawn Harmer/SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

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