David Blei, Professor of Statistics and Computer Science at Columbia University, has been named Fellow of the Institute of Mathematical … Continue reading David Blei named Fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics
David Blei will use the fellowship to develop new methods for probabilistic modeling, facilitate its practice in freely available software, … Continue reading David Blei awarded Guggenheim Fellowship
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
Two professors in the Computer Science Department at Columbia University have been named Fellows of the Institute of Electrical … Continue reading Julia Hirschberg and Luca Carloni elevated to IEEE Fellow
The Office of Naval Research (ONR) has awarded a three-year, $2.5M grant to three Columbia University researchers to build a … Continue reading With $2.5M ONR grant, Suman Jana to lead broad research effort to secure cyber-physical systems
Symbiote technology, which protects printers, routers, phones, and other peripherals from malware attacks, has been named by Popular Science … Continue reading Symbiote technology created by Ang Cui and Salvatore Stolfo named one of Popular Science’s “Best of What’s New”
Schulzrinne will serve in this role until December, when he returns to his former position of chief technology officer for the FCC, a position he held 2011-14.
Researchers working on extreme-scale computing systems will collaborate with those working to solve ambitious problems in the physical sciences, medicine, and engineering.
Columbia University researchers are presenting eight papers at this year’s SIGGRAPH, held July 24-26 at Anaheim’s convention center. High-level descriptions … Continue reading Columbia researchers presenting eight papers at this year’s SIGGRAPH