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McGill University School of Computer Science

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The School of Computer Science (SOCS) is an academic department in the Faculty of Science at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The school is the second most funded computer science department in Canada. It currently has 34 faculty members, 60 Ph.D. students and 100 Master's students. History The creation of a Computer Science organization was led by Chair of Electrical Engineering (and later Dean of Engineering) George Lee (John) d'Ombrain. He is credited with bringing the first computer to McGill University in 1958. The first graduate student in computing at McGill University was Gerald Ratzer, who arrived from Cambridge in September 1964. There he pursued an M.Sc. in the Faculty of Graduate Sciences, under the supervision of David Thorpe, Director of the McGill Computing Centre. The School of Computer Science was formally created in 1969. Computer Science was originally housed in Burnside Hall, which was built in 19
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