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Computer Science

Faculty & Staff


Ellen SpertusEllen Spertus
Professor of Computer Science

At Mills since 1998

Office: CPM 201
Phone: 510.430.2011
Email: spertus@mills.edu
View Faculty's CV

 
Faculty Office Hours Fall 2017
Days Time Room
M

1:00-3:00
and by appointment
CPM 201



Fall 2017 Schedule
Days Time Description Room
M 09:00AM-12:00PM CS 180B/280B
ST: Bridging Hardware/Software
CPM 205
T 01:00PM-02:15PM CS 111
Computer Architecture
CPM 206
TH 01:00PM-02:15PM CS 111
Computer Architecture
CPM 206


Education
  • PhD, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT, 1998
  • SM, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT, 1992
  • SB, Computer Science and Engineering, MIT, 1990
Courses Taught
  • CS 063: Introduction to Computer Science
  • CS 111: Introduction to Computer Architecture
  • CS 113: Compiler Design and Implementation
  • CS 114: Programming Languages
  • CS 112/212: Contemporary Computer Architecture (formerly Digital Logic & Machine Organization)
  • CS 113: Compiler Design and Implementation
  • CS 122/222: Operating Systems
  • CS 123/223: Robots, Persons, and the Future
  • CS 180: Software Engineering
  • CS 180: Information Retrieval Systems
  • CS 180: Mobile Application Development
  • CS 250: Thesis for the MA in Interdisciplinary Computer Science
Professional Interests

Structured information retrieval, online communities, gender in computer science, social effects of computing

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MCS Departmental Awards

Computer Science Graduate Education

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Contact Information

P: 510.430.2226
F: 510.430.3314
E: cs@mills.edu

Last Updated: 9/1/17