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The Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IIT Kanpur) was the first department in India to start Computer Science education. It started in August 1963 with an IBM 1620 system - a novelty then, even in many North American and European universities. The department runs BTech, MTech, MS and PhD programs and is engaged in cutting edge research with sponsored projects and consultancies. Many of the nation's leading experts, educationists and consultants in computer science today are the alumni of this department.

Latest News

  • Giving to Your Alma Mater -- CSE@IITK has initiated a major fund raising drive. Please help your alma mater to reach the next level of excellence!
  • The ACM Winter School 2019 on High Performance Computing (HPC) is being organized by ACM, C-DAC (Industry Partner) and IIT Kanpur (Academic Partner) between Dec 5 - 11, 2019 in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, IIT Kanpur. HPC is the required vehicle for some of the important scientific problems such as weather predictions, modelling tsunamis and simulation of stars formation. This winter school is aimed at familiarizing students with a few fundamental topics in HPC. The lectures will cover the most-commonly used programming paradigms in HPC, such as OpenMP, MPI, CUDA. Students will get practical experience of parallel programming on CPUs and GPUs. Upon successful completion of this short-term course, a course certificate will be awarded.
  • New batch of ITEC students for 2 weeks intensive training on fundamentals of cyber security started on Dec 2. The students are from Tanzania, Nigeria, Ghana, Kazakhstan, Morocco, Bhutan, Vietnam and few other countries.
  • The National Blockchain project at CSE@IITK has unveiled its new website: https://blockchain.cse.iitk.ac.in/  


Events / Seminar Corner

  • Seminar on "Optimal Mechanisms for Selling Two Heterogeneous Item" by Dr. Thirumulanathan D, Senior Engineer at Qualcomm, Bengaluru on October 31st, 2019 (Thursday) at 15:30 Hrs in KD-102. [Abstract]
  • Talk on "Formal Methods in Network Games" by Dr. Shibashis Guha, Shibashis is a postdoc in the Verification Group at Universite Libre De Bruxelles, on September 23rd 2019 at RM-101 from 15:30 hrs. [Abstract]
  • Talk on "Streaming Algorithms for Matching Problems" by Dr. Sagar Kale, post-doc at EPFL, on October 3rd 2019 at KD-101 from 15:30 hrs. [Abstract]


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