A philanthropically endowed
computer science
graduate institute.

Faculty Opportunities at TTIC

Join our research-focused academic community at TTIC! The Institute is seeking applicants for both tenure-track and research faculty positions, particularly in the areas of machine learning, computer vision, natural language processing and speech, robotics, computational biology, and algorithms and complexity theory. TTIC offers an exceptional environment that sparks creativity, and nurtures the next generation of leading computer scientists.

Latest News

Blum ACM Award

May, 2022 - Avrim Blum is a recipient of the 2022 ACM Paris Kanellakis Theory and Practice Award

IDEAL Spring Quarter 2022

April, 2022 - IDEAL presents spring quarter 2022: High-Dimensional Data Analysis.

Distinguished Lecture Series

March, 2022 - Announcing TTIC's Distinguished Lecture Series 2022. The first lecture will be given by Professor Raymond J. Mooney on Monday, March 14.

TTIC PhD Candidate Freda Shi awarded Google PhD Fellowship

December, 2021 - The two-year award will support her research in Natural Language Processing.


Faculty Highlight: Kevin Gimpel

February, 2022 - Prof. Kevin Gimpel is inspired by the relationship between computer science and language.

2021 Outstanding Administrator: Adam Bohlander

February, 2022 - The award is presented to an exceptional administrator each fall

Student Highlight: Takuma Yoneda

February, 2022 - PhD candidate Takuma Yoneda hopes to see helpful robots in every home.

Student Highlight: Chip Schaff

November, 2021 - Schaff optimizes robotics from the inside out.

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