Welcome to CS 15!

CS 15 is all about building your programming toolkit. The tools are data structures, the means by which we store, organize, and access data. We will implement and utilize the key data structures and algorithms that every programmer must know, learn about the useful abstractions that they provide, and study the costs in time and space associated with them.

The structure and assignments of this course are based largely on prior versions of the course taught by Mark Sheldon, Chris Gregg, and Ben Hescott. The website design is from Megan Monroe. Thank you!

Course Information

Course Policies: All students are expected to know and adhere to our course policies. Please take the time to read our admin page in full.

Prerequisites: CS 11 or consent of instructor.

Textbook: No purchase required. We will regularly post online readings from Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis by Clifford A. Shaffer .

Instructor: Milod Kazerounian
Email: milod.kazerounian@tufts.edu
Office: JCC 469
Office Hours: Tuesdays 3:00 - 4:30 pm in JCC 469. Thursdays 2:00pm - 3:30pm on zoom: https://tufts.zoom.us/my/milod

Our graduate TA is Chami Lamelas. Our teaching fellows are Dameli Utembayeva, Lexi Blair, Kristin Ng, and Amelia Cook. We also have an army of undergraduate teaching assistants who will hold office hours in the third floor common space in the Joyce Cummings Center. Schedules for the undergraduate assistants are posted and will be regularly updated on our course forum, Piazza.

Lecture Section 1: (Mon/Wed) 10:30 - 11:45am
Location: Barnum Hall, Room 008

Lecture Section 2: (Mon/Wed) 3:00 - 4:15pm
Location: Robinson Wing SEC, Room 253