University of Washington
Computing for the Environment

About Us

Computing for the Environment (CS4Env) at the University of Washington supports novel collaborations across the broad fields of environmental sciences and computer science & engineering. We seek to catalyze new efforts, create a community of cross-disciplinary researchers, and position teams to be competitive for additional funding opportunities. The initiative engages environmental scientists and engineers, computer scientists and engineers, and data scientists in using advanced technologies, methodologies and computing resources to accelerate research that addresses pressing societal challenges related to climate change, pollution, biodiversity and more.

Upcoming Events

May 14, 2024
  • CS4Env Biweekly Lunch

    May 14, 2024  12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

    Location: eScience Institute on the 6th floor of the Physics-Astronomy building

    Details: Dr. Arushi Sharma

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May 24, 2024
  • CS4Env Spring Symposium 2024

    May 24, 2024  3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

    Location: University of Washington, Zillow Commons, 4th floor of the Bill and Melinda Gates Center for CSE (CSE2)

    Details: Join us for our 3rd annual Computing for the Environment (CS4Env) Spring Symposium.  This is an in-person symposium and networking reception on the theme of "Computing for the Environment" (CS4Env).  The goal of this event is to create networking opportunities, identify projects or areas of common interest, and explore potential opportunities to collaborate with researchers at UW and industry partners.  Please RSVP to attend as space will be limited and on a first-come-first-served basis.

    Schedule + Infohttps://cs4env.uw.edu/events

    RSVP form: https://forms.gle/eCtedMMe8iQn1T5H9

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The Computing for the Environment initiative is supported in part by the Allen School, the College of the Environment, the College of Engineering, the eScience Institute, the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering Endowed Fund for Excellence, and a gift from Google.