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IGERT Distinguished Speaker
1:30 pm, Fri., Dec. 4
| CS Conference Room (453), Mudd
Eugene Wu, Columbia University
Distinguished Lecture Series
Algorithms Meet Art, Puzzles, and Magic
11:30 am, Wed., Dec. 9
| Davis Auditorium, CEPSR
Erik Demaine, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Coffee Break for Students
3:00 pm, Tue., Dec. 15
| CS Lounge
Event for Graduating MS Students
4:00 pm, Tue., Dec. 22
| CS Lounge
At sold-out Jewish Genomic Evening Thursday, Yaniv Erlich & other panelists discuss
Heritage to Health
within the Jewish community and give analysis of genomes of special guests.
Carl Zimmer is moderator.
Columbia computer scientists refine tool for tracking how personal information is used for targeting ads. Building on X-Ray, Sunlight analyzes multiple inputs and outputs to form hypotheses,
each rated for statistical confidence.
A team of researchers led by Changxi Zheng has developed a computational method for designing original musical instruments that generate user-specified sounds.
The method works by controlling an object's vibrations.
In this pre-SIGGRAPH Asia interview, Steven Feiner discusses augmented reality, its history and evolution, the current challenges, and its non-entertainment uses.
He is one of three on the Pioneers Panel formed this year.
Columbia Spectator article covers DNA.Land, a new website set up by Columbia professor Yaniv Erlich and Joseph Pickrell to crowdsource genomic data for scientific research.
Over 8000 genomes have been submitted.
In a far-ranging interview, Henning Schulzrinne discusses technology issues and the evolution of networking, what he learned as the FCC's Chief Technologist,
and what changes he would most like to see.
Columbia computer science grads are second highest paid among other computer science grads according to research firm PayScale.
For early career pay, Columbia Computer Science ranks #1.
US NACLO finalists, coached by Dragomir Radev (visiting CUSEAS professor) and Lori Levin (CMU), took five of top 10 places at International Linguistics Olympiad.
Average score was higher than all other teams.
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