CSAIL Faculty Offering Summer Courses

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This summer, two CSAIL faculty members are teaching courses as part of MIT's Professional Education program. These Short Programs, which meet for two to five sessions, offer business professionals an opportunity to learn firsthand from top experts in academia.

Courses being offered by CSAIL Principal Investigators include:
 Leadership Skills for Engineering and Science Faculty [PI.61s]

http://web.mit.edu/professional/short-programs/courses/engineering_leadership_skills.html
June 18-19, 2012
Charles Leiserson
Human-centered strategies for leading effective teams in academic, engineering environments. Using interactive role-playing activities, self-assessment instruments and group discussions, you will develop a repertoire of techniques for addressing issues that commonly arise within engineering research groups and teaching staff.
 

Cryptography and Computer Security [6.87s]
http://web.mit.edu/professional/short-programs/courses/cryptography_computer_security.html
August 6-10, 2012
Shafi Goldwasser
Discover how cryptography can be used to meet challenges posed by the internet. Covers privacy, authentication and key distribution, as well as the design of secure protocols for applications such as e-commerce and electronic voting.
 

Click here for more information on these courses and here for more on MIT Short Programs.