Ronghui Gu’s, CertiKOS, selected as a “Research Highlight” in the Communications of the ACM.
Research & News
The J.P. Morgan AI Research Awards 2019 partners with research thinkers across AI. The program is structured as a gift … Continue reading CS Professors Part of the Inaugural J.P. Morgan Faculty Research Awards
The team, led by professor Steven Feiner, won the Top Prize, Future Interfaces & Spatial Computing, for their demo, Bounce! Collaborative VR for Low-Latency Interaction at the NYC Media Lab Summit last week.
Elias Bareinboim, Brian Smith, and Shuran Song join the department. Elias BareinboimAssociate Professor, Computer ScienceDirector, Causal Artificial Intelligence LabMember, Data … Continue reading CS Welcomes Three New Faculty Members
FREP awards grants to faculty members in support of research to enhance people’s lives by improving the internet. FREP was founded in 2012 to foster cutting-edge collaborations between scientists in academic settings and those at … Continue reading Daniel Hsu Recipient of 2019 Faculty and Research Engagement Program (FREP)
Student & Alumni News
The ACM SIGKDD dissertation awards recognize outstanding work done by graduate students in the areas of data science, machine learning and data mining.
The diverse cohort come from the various groups within the department. They are a mix of those new to Columbia … Continue reading 11 Graduate Students Selected for Prestigious Fellowships
Text IQ started as co-founder Apoorv Agarwal’s (PhD ’14) Columbia thesis project titled “Social Network Extraction From Text.” The algorithm he built was able to read a novel, like Jane Austen’s “Emma,” for example, and understand … Continue reading From Thesis Project to a Multi-Million Dollar Company
Most people take for granted that when they speak, they will be heard and understood. But for the millions who live with speech impairments caused by physical or neurological conditions, trying to communicate with others … Continue reading Fadi Biadsy (PhD ’11) Develops Tool to Help People with Atypical Speech Patterns
Natasha Shamis (BC ’06) talks about how her technical background has been key in the evolution of her career path to leading the design for innovative technology-powered products.