I am, although I'm not very conversant with the topic.
I'm a topologist by training, but you can't feed a family on topology!
I guess my interests are mainly along the lines of this: we are stumbling our way to something big about a theory of how to do things. The ancient Egyptian really thought geometry was about measuring land. A few hundred years later, and people realized that it was really about the things that are true when the identity relation is "has similar shape". Topology is about the identity relation "can be stretched into the same shape"., things that stay the same under conditions of infinite stretchiness.
What's computer science? To me, it's as much about computers as astronomy is about telescopes. Not much. Seems like we are grasping at a way to theorize with the identity relation "does the same thing".
I dunno. May seem like abstruse bullshite, but that's my interest anyway. Not the kind of thing you can feed a family on, but one might do something really cool.