Dean, MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing

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Daniel Huttenlocher

Room 4-212

About the position

Under the leadership of the dean, the MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing aims to develop and sustain a shared academic structure to facilitate the connection of computing scholarship and resources to all disciplines at MIT, and to provide opportunities for pathbreaking initiatives in computing-related education, research, and innovation. One of the college’s primary goals is to help educate students in every discipline to responsibly use and develop AI and computing technologies in ways that most benefit society. A central aspect of the college involves its collaborative research and educational activities with each of the five schools as well as with the numerous interdisciplinary units at MIT.

Committees on which the dean of computing serves