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					             Rodrigo Haragutchi
• Senior in Computer Science
• Born in Brazil
• Enjoy playing violin and ukulele
• Big fan of video games
• Rock, Techno, Classical music
                    David Zinn
• Junior
• Interested in Software
  engineering
• From McCordsville, IN
• Likes high-adventure camping
  like white-water rafting
• Enjoys watching Monty Python
                 Yeong-Ouk Kim
• Senior in Computer Science
• Born in South Korea
• From Madison, Wisconsin
• Baseball fan
• Had a summer class in
  Parsons(NYC) for CG
• Likes any type of music except
  country
                 Ryan Miller
• Senior in CS
   • Minor in Psychology
• From Munster, IN
• Likes nature, vintage computing,
  writing, biking
• Interested in artificial
  intelligence/machine learning
• Intern for start-up computer
  security company
                    Ethan Tyink
• Junior
• From New Palestine, Indiana
• Is a hardcore Xbox Gamer
• Plays Golf, Tennis and
  the Bass Guitar
• Interested in network security
  and game programming
                Tyler Henrichs
• Junior
• From Indianapolis, IN
• I love playing Intramural Sports
• I am interested in Computer
  Security
• Favorite Snacks:
   • Animal Crackers
   • Mike and Ike’s
                 Lucas Starrett
• Junior of Computer Science
• Born in Tucson, AZ
• Avid drummer ROCK ON
• Love chillin with friends
• Built an Oxygen/Propane powered,
  Taser ignition, Laser sighted Potato
  Cannon that can bring down a bear
  >:)
             Chris Reilly
• Junior
• From Newton,
  Massachusetts
• Bicycle, Ski, Adventures
• Interested in Algorithms
  and Finance
• Also interested in
  Psychology
Who’s the Computer Scientist?




 A        B        C        D
Computer scientists
  can be anyone!
        Which one of these involves
           Computer Science?
A




                C


    B

    D
                    E
Internet and Networks
Information Systems
Count the Squares
The answer is 30!
Now Count This One!
       Counting Method
• Grids Too Big To Count
• On First Grid:


                           • The equation:
                            12 + 22 + 32 + 42

                           • For a square “n” big:
                           • 12 + 22 + … + n2
There are 204 squares!
 Computer Security
       Why secure information?


 45.7
MILLION
   How do computer scientists secure
            your information?
Computer Security
Computer Graphics
             Digital Map


This is a fully digital
re-creation of some
of the floors of the
Math building
Computer Graphics
Cheetos & Candy Bars
A.

                 C.


     B.
Jobs in Computer Science
          Self-Reported Average Starting Salary
             for Purdue CS graduates in 2010
$90,000                                        $85,500
$80,000

$70,000
                 $58,865
$60,000

$50,000

$40,000

$30,000

$20,000

$10,000

    $-
               Bachelor's Degree   Master's Degree
Entrepreneurship




“We used to dream about this stuff. Now, we get to
            build it. It's pretty neat.”
     - Steve Jobs WWDC Keynote (2004-06)

				
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