Computer science


Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? As a native Coloradan, I was always interested in Mines. Being so close to the mountains while having a premier STEM
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? Mines was always one of my top choices. I love colorado and the energy at Mines—it is a unique school that makes me
The Office of Academic Affairs at Colorado School of Mines is proud to announce the winners of the 2021-2022 Faculty Awards for excellence in teaching, research and mentorship.
The Colorado School of Mines Board of Trustees has awarded promotions and/or tenure to 19 Mines faculty members for the 2022-2023 academic year. Additionally, five Mines faculty members were granted
The prestigious program — the oldest continuous graduate fellowship of its kind — provides three years of support for the graduate education of individuals who have demonstrated potential for significant achievements in the STEM disciplines.
The Computer Science Professional Program at Colorado School of Mines is designed to help workers in industry set themselves apart. With courses that introduce common programming languages and development structures, graduates of the flexible program leave with a strong understanding of the different ways computer science is used to solve challenges.
Iris Bahar, who officially joined Mines in January, was honored by IEEE for her “contributions to modeling and design of power-aware and noise-tolerant nanoscale computing systems.”
As Executive Director, Camp will seek to build upon CRA’s existing leadership role in the computing research community and work to help the community pursue bold research visions, practice and advocate for socially responsible computing research.
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? I have lived in Colorado my entire life and love the state. I ended up deciding between Colorado schools and
“Quantum technologies are poised to revolutionize how we compute, communicate and sense and this requires engineers that have an interdisciplinary education,” Mines' Peter Aaen said.