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Spring 2018 Undergraduate Research Assistantship Program (URA)Applications for the Spring 2018 program are now closed.


Tutte's Distinguished Lecture Series 

The very successful Tutte's 100th Distinguished Lecture Series has now completed. That success has led to a Tutte Distinguished Lecture once per term. The next lecture is:

Sergey Norin - November 2

*Recordings of occurred talks are all available on C&O's YouTube Channel   


Grad Studies: Fall 2019 applications now open

 New Deadline: February 1, '19


  1. Oct. 30, 2018Ahmad Abdi: University Finalist for the Alumni Gold Medal

    Ahmad Abdi was a University Finalist for the Alumni Gold Medal awarded to a Ph.D. student at the Fall 2018 convocation ceremonies.

  2. Oct. 26, 2018Fall 2018 convocation

    Five C&O graduate students received their degrees at the Fall 2018 convocation ceremony.

  3. Oct. 18, 2018Constant-time quantum computers more powerful than classical counterpartsGraphic showing the circuit width depth

    Written by Institute for Quantum Computing staff

    Quantum computers can solve a linear algebra problem faster than classical computers, according to a new study published in Science. The finding proves that constant-depth quantum circuits are more powerful than their classical counterparts, and provides a new sense of how quantum technology will be a key to more powerful computing.

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  1. Dec. 12, 2018Continuous Optimization Seminar - Matthew Slavin

    Title: How to Escape Saddle Points Efficiently

    Speaker: Matthew Slavin
    Affiliation: University of Waterloo
    Room: MC 5479

    Abstract: We will discuss the 2017 paper named in the title of the talk, by Jin et al.

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