Summer with CSE
Summertime! It's baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and….a bananiano?!

Well, it's UC San Diego's Department of Computer Science and Engineering, so you shouldn't expect anything near ordinary! That's Summer with UC San Diego CSE.

From High School teachers going to summer school classes to learn coding, to hyperdimensional computing to building robots and a bananiano -- all while teaming up with our friends across the border, check out what summers are like with UC San Diego CSE.
Summer with CSE: Summer Undergraduate Research Internship Program
12/9/2018
Computer science students are getting excited about research thanks to a new program at UC San Diego. They spent the summer working on cutting-edge projects, from crowd-sourced studies, to portable air quality sensors. The work they're doing today, could change the world of tomorrow.
Summer with CSE: Summer Internship Symposium
10/26/2018
From Amazon, to Airbnb, to Blizzard Entertainment, students from UC San Diego's Computer Science Department spent the summer interning at incredible companies. Throughout those internships, they shared their experiences with fellow students online. It all culminated with the Summer Internship Symposium: a chance to present their work and give younger students advice on landing those coveted internships.
Summer With CSE: SIMS - The Summer Internships for Mexican Students Program
10/7/2018
From hyperdimensional computing to developing recommender systems, UC San Diego Computer Science and Engineering faculty reach out to bring students from computer science programs at Mexican Universities to UC San Diego for a summer of study.
Summer With CSE: COSMOS
9/17/2018
High school students from around the country spent part of their summer learning and living at UC San Diego. During the COSMOS program, they learn from professors in the Computer Science and Engineering department. Students get to create apps, robots and lifelong memories. Some even turned bananas into a piano.
Summer With CSE: The Bootstrap Program
9/6/2018
Teachers are learning how coding can be an exciting and useful way to teach math. San Diego Unified School District teachers spent a week of their summer at a workshop called Bootstrap with professors from UC San Diego Computer Science and Engineering. Bootstrap is a way to teach core courses, from math to social studies, using computer programming. There is even a lesson plan that lets students create their own video game. Teachers say it could be a fun new way to help their...
 

SIGN UP FOR EMAIL UPDATES
Subscribe to receive email notifications about featured videos.
(c)2018 Regents of the University of California. All right reserved. Terms and Conditions of Use.