Carnegie Mellon University

LSEC Resources

Computational Resources

In terms of practical support, if you have difficulty finding space or computational or software resources to carry out your project, please let us know. The department supports a GitHub site that code can be added to, publicly or privately. Servers are also available through the department and university that will allow your project to be published online should you so choose.

Intellectual Resources

Joseph Ramsey, the Department's Director of Computing, the graduate students in Logic, Computation & Methodology, and the Department's faculty provide a wealth of computational experience.

Institutional Connections

LSEC is connected to several other labs and centers at Carnegie Mellon. The Department of Machine Learning combines faculty from Philosophy, Statistics, Computer Science, Robotics, and Language Technologies with a common interest in practically computable methods to learn from data. The Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII), has faculty from Philosophy, Computer Science, Design, the Software Engineering Institute, and Psychology with expertise in designing, implementing, and evaluating user interfaces, educational software, and computer mediated interaction in general. The development of web-based courses is being pursued in the context of Carnegie Mellon's Open Learning Initiative (OLI); there are also close interactions with the Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center (PSLC) and the Program in Interdisciplinary Educational Research (PIER).