Last month, the National Science Foundation announced that it will fund COSMOS, a large-scale, outdoor testbed for a new generation … Continue reading Interview with Henning Schulzrinne on the coming COSMOS testbed
Daniel Hsu and his student Arushi Gupta show it is possible to build discrete choice models by estimating parameters from … Continue reading In discrete choice modeling, estimating parameters from two or three—not all—options
Feiner’s Computer Graphics and User Interfaces Lab, among the first participating in Verizon’s 5G incubator, aims to enable therapists to work on motor rehabilitation through 5G with remote patients who simultaneously manipulate the same objects.
In a new approach to security, Sethumadhavan will work with a team of researchers, many from the Data Science Institute, to build security mechanisms into the well-defined interface between hardware and software.
In a paper presented this week at the Web Conference, authors Ana-Andreea Stoica, Christopher Riederer, and Augustin Chaintreau identify an algorithmic glass ceiling in social networks after analyzing effects of gender, homophily, and growth dynamics.
Student & Alumni News
The Jonathan Gross Prize honors students who graduate at the top of their class with a track record of promising … Continue reading Top CS graduates awarded Jonathan Gross Prize
Tong will speak at Engineering Class Day May 14, when he will receive the Illig Medal, the highest honor awarded an engineering undergraduate. Tong is the second CS major in a row to be valedictorian.
With millions of AI professionals needed, we need to reach beyond elite schools, says Sameer Maskey (PhD’08, advisor Julia Hirschberg), writing in Forbes. His company Fusemachines trains AI engineers in Nepal and other developing countries.
“How wonderful would it be if the growth of scientific and technological innovation would come along with more equality and … Continue reading Not the usual hackathon: Five Columbia students travel to Rome for the Vatican’s VHacks competition
A PhD candidate advised by Shree Nayar, Smith is the creator of RAD (racing auditory display), which uses audio cues so players who are visually impaired can play existing video racing games.