Princeton has been at the forefront of computing since Alan Turing, Alonzo Church, and John von Neumann were among its residents. The department, now in a period of major growth, has strong groups in artificial intelligence and machine learning, theory, programming languages, graphics and vision, systems and networking, computer architecture, computational biology and neuroscience, security, privacy, and information technology policy.

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  • Brian Kernighan, left, and Claire Gmachl, right

    Gmachl and Kernighan recognized for outstanding service and mentorship

  • Plaque that reads "junior faculty awards 2024".

    Junior faculty awards recognize outstanding teaching and research

  • Student giving a presentation.

    Diversifying AI through data collection and career development

  • Speaker at podium in front of screen that says AI for Control, Design and Creation.

    New initiatives bring Princeton to the fore of AI innovation

  • Two instructors speak to students while standing before a white board

    Is AI too dangerous to release openly?

  • Microscope image of tin crystals, showing protruding, jagged, smooth, and stunted 3-dimensional features.

    Researchers harness large language models to accelerate materials discovery


  • May 24

    2:30 pm

    Welcome Alumni — A Computer Science Department Event