The Symposium on Theory of Computing (STOC) covers research within theoretical computer science, such as algorithms and computation theory. This … Continue reading Four Papers on Computer Science Theory Accepted to STOC 2019
Research & News
The M2 system integrates cameras, displays, microphones, speakers, sensors, and GPS to improve audio conferencing, media recording, and Wii-like gaming, and allow greater access for disabled users
A data-driven approach to predict outcomes of everything from sports games, business profitability, and public policies.
The annual conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (NAACL) is the preeminent event in … Continue reading Research That Studied Data From Social Media, Automatic Summarization, and Spatial Relations Accepted to NAACL 2019
Columbia University is co-organizing and hosting the 2019 New York Scientific Data Summit, a two-and-a-half day symposium to explore data-driven discovery and innovation in science and industry. The summit is scheduled for June 12-14 in Columbia’s … Continue reading Steve Nowick to Host the 2019 NY Scientific Data Summit
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 Five CS graduates awarded the Jonathan Gross Prize
As valedictorian of the Class of 2019, Alexandre Lamy will receive Columbia Engineering’s highest academic honor. Lamy will also be awarded the School’s Illig Medal and speak at Engineering Class Day on May 20.
CompilHer is an educational technology podcast with the aim of encouraging high school girls to pursue computer science in college … Continue reading A Podcast on Women in CS by Women in CS
Learn the science behind movie magic in this talk with Nora Wixom BC’13, a visual effects director at Lucasfilm. Nora will be talking about the technology used to create the computer graphics and visual effects … Continue reading The Art and Science of Star Wars
Looking around corners is one of the most dangerous parts of war for infantry. Ravn builds heads-up displays that let soldiers and law enforcement see around corners thanks to cameras on their gun, drones or elsewhere.