“A Multi-Scale Model for Simulating Liquid-Hair Interactions,” a paper being presented this summer at SIGGRAPH, describes innovations for capturing liquid onto hairs, modeling the flow along hairs, inducing cohesion, and enabling dripping.
Research & Papers
Researchers led by Eugene Wu are presenting two papers next week in Chicago at SIGMOD, a leading international forum for … Continue reading Query logs put to new uses in data analysis: democratizing interfaces and tracking sources of errors
Using AI techniques, Kathleen McKeown and Julia Hirschberg are creating an automated, universal sentiment detection system for new languages, including low-resource languages where translators are few.
Given at Princeton’s Institute for Advanced Study, Bishop’s talk surveys recent advances in program obfuscation, an area of theoretical cryptography that has seen unprecedented levels of activity over the past four years.
Legendary quantitative investment manager (and former Columbia computer scientist) David E. Shaw spoke to a packed auditorium about his research into high-speed simulations to understand molecular biology.
Student & Alumni News
The Jonathan Gross Prize is being awarded this year for the first time to honor students who graduate at the … Continue reading Jonathan Gross Prize recognizes top CS graduates
A former student of Steven Feiner, Wilcox is now assistant professor in the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech.
Zweben will speak at SEAS Class Day on May 15, when he will also be awarded the Illig Medal, the highest honor awarded an engineering undergraduate.
For work in Bayesian deep learning, Dustin Tran has been awarded a Google PhD Fellowship in Machine Learning. This two-year … Continue reading Dustin Tran selected for Google PhD Fellowship
Two Columbia computer science undergrads, Millie Yang and Spencer Yen, have been selected to participate in the Kleiner Perkins Caufield … Continue reading Undergrads Millie Yang and Spencer Yen earn engineering fellowships from KPCB