Dingzeyu Li was one of eight PhD students selected to the Doctoral Symposium organized by the User Interface and Software … Continue reading Dingzeyu Li, lead author of best paper at UIST, selected to UIST Doctoral Symposium
Six SEAS students traveled this summer to Ghana to train university students to lead CS outreach that will impact hundreds of Ghanian students. The trip was organized by a nonprofit headed by Chelsey Roebuck (BS’10).
The timing isn’t great—mid-semester with early projects coming due and midterms beginning—but still they come; 37 from Columbia and Barnard … Continue reading 37 from Columbia and Barnard attend bigger-than-ever Grace Hopper Celebration
A former student of Kathy McKeown and now an MIT professor, Barzilay developed novel solutions for multi-document summarization along with new algorithms for identifying paraphrases. Her work was integrated as part of Columbia’s Newsblaster system.
In this interview, Adrian Tang describes how the CLKSCREW attack exploits the design of energy management systems to breach hardware … Continue reading Devices shown to be vulnerable via remote CLKSCREW attack on energy management system
Sharon Chen has already built two successful websites: ClickPA to help teenagers in Palo Alto more easily find local events and activities, and Wordcradle to motivate writers to set and meet target goals.
His winning presentation shows how to augment proprietary networks with public internet bandwidth to greatly enhance the user experience for wide-area communications. Kunal is a PhD student advised by Vishal Misra and Dan Rubenstein.
Augmented reality headsets made by Meta overlay 3D holograms on real world so people can do tasks—send emails, write code—from virtual screens. Meta’s founder is Meron Gribetz, a former student of Steven Feiner.
A Columbia computer science master’s student has qualified to compete in the Cambridge 2 Cambridge (C2C) Cybersecurity Challenge to be … Continue reading Columbia student to compete in C2C Cybersecurity Competition
Two Columbia Engineering PhD students, João P. Cerqueira (Electrical Engineering) and Thomas J. Repetti (Computer Science), have been named recipients … Continue reading João P. Cerqueira and Thomas J. Repetti earn Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship
The Jonathan Gross Prize is being awarded this year for the first time to honor students who graduate at the … Continue reading Jonathan Gross Prize recognizes top CS graduates