Two professors in the Computer Science Department at Columbia University have been named Fellows of the Institute of Electrical and … Continue reading Steven Feiner and Salvatore Stolfo elevated to IEEE Fellow
For the headline Liquid Water Found on Mars, which response is the least funny? Hint: One is professionally done, and … Continue reading Lydia Chilton on computational design: Combining human creativity with computation
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded Yaniv Erlich a Young Faculty Award. The award, which identifies rising … Continue reading Yaniv Erlich receives Young faculty Award from DARPA
The number of computer science majors at Columbia is expected to increase yet again this year, driven in part by … Continue reading Nakul Verma joins the department, bringing expertise and experience in machine learning
For significant contributions to the history of computing, in particular pioneering the C++ programming language, Bjarne Stroustrup has been named … Continue reading Bjarne Stroustrup awarded 2017 Faraday Medal
The renowned computer scientist and polymath Christos Papadimitriou has joined Columbia’s Computer Science Department as The Donovan Family Professor of … Continue reading Christos Papadimitriou: Four decades of exploring the boundaries of computation
Blei received the award for outstanding contributions to the fields of statistical machine learning and Bayesian methodology.
Bjarne Stroustrup is the designer and original implementer of C++. His research interests include distributed systems, design, programming techniques, software … Continue reading Bjarne Stroustrup elected Honorary Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge
A longtime advocate of interdisciplinary and collaborative research, Wing will continue to expand the Data Science Institute’s impact on research … Continue reading Jeannette Wing joins Department, will lead Data Science Institute
David Blei tailors machine learning and topic modeling for a wide variety of research areas, including image analysis and patient monitoring.
What is the minimum amount of resources—time, space, energy, layers in a neural net—required to solve a given computational problem? … Continue reading Omri Weinstein on information, communication, and computation
Suman Jana, Martha Kim, and Vishal Misra of Columbia’s Computer Science Department are each recipients of a Google Research Award, … Continue reading Three faculty receive Google Research Awards
Professor Julia Hirschberg has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE), one of the highest professional distinctions awarded … Continue reading Julia Hirschberg elected to the National Academy of Engineering
Daniel Bauer, who has been teaching Data Structures for the past four semesters, is joining the Computer Science Department where … Continue reading Daniel Bauer joins department as lecturer, adding strength in NLP and AI